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TR's Brush Strokes v1.0.6.+ (Jan 13, 2015)

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Thank you TR. Very nice. But Not even your plugin will make my portraits look like Liz.  :D


 


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- Adding a couple of knobs to have the strokes going in different directions can be interesting.


- A possibility to control the thickness of the stroke would be nice too.


- How about bristles?


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- Adding a couple of knobs to have the strokes going in different directions can be interesting.

- A possibility to control the thickness of the stroke would be nice too.

- How about bristles?

 

anything's possible

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Cool, this reminds me of FurBlur and a little bit of Dents. Thanks! I love FurBlur and I am crazy in love with Dents, so I'm pretty excited about this plugin. :)

If I can give some personal feedback, I think the plugin would be even cooler if it had similar settings to FurBlur and/or Dents. And, well, actually, if you want to make other plugins that are like Dents that would be super cool too! :D

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Thank You, Goonfella,Cc4FuzzyHuggles,DD.

 

Very Nice! Seerose.

 

 

 

 

 I think the plugin would be even cooler if it had similar settings to FurBlur and/or Dents.

The parameters Eli mention are closer how the algorithm works - the intent was to paint a Monet. In fact the plugin's original name was Monet, then I thought  it was too obscure of a name and no one would understand what it did, so I renamed it TR's Brush Strokes.

 

BTW Fur Blur is a much more sophisticated algorithm but I'm glad this one was mentioned in the same sentence.

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Eli - 

- A possibility to control the thickness of the stroke would be nice too.

This was a good very good Idea - thank you Eli

 

V1.0.1+ is ready for download.

TRsBrushStrokesMenu.png?raw=1

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Strange problem with this plugin. If I select and run it using the Plugin Browser , when I click on `OK' the plugin and browser both close as you would expect but my image goes back to how it was originally .

But if I choose it directly from the Artistic menu  the plugin works just fine. :/

 

Just a small thing I know and it is still possible to use Brush Strokes but I am sure you would want it to work in any situation so I just thought I would mention it.

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Strange problem with this plugin. If I select and run it using the Plugin Browser , when I click on `OK' the plugin and browser both close as you would expect but my image goes back to how it was originally .

But if I choose it directly from the Artistic menu  the plugin works just fine.  :/

 

I can't reproduce - the image is retained  when I hit OK. I'll keep testing in PB to see if I can get it to glitch.

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Just got it to Reproduce - timing in Plugin Browser? - may have to increase delay.

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Eli 

- How about bristles?

OK,that was a good Idea too.

 

Version 1.0.4++ is ready for download

 

version 1.0.4+ Bristles and accelerated render 

 

Updated Video demo

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