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 Post subject: Shading
PostPosted: Fri Jan 15, 2010 11:00 pm 
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For shading objects this is what I do:

--Shade--

Size - 50
Intensity - 40

Color Black

Opacity 255


--Light--

Angle - 187 or 360

Color Black

Opacity 1


I might want this as a tutorial


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2010 6:37 am 
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I use lots of diffrences

http://www.artoonix.com/UploadedFiles/0_1.avi


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Uh? Tutorial? This is not a tutorial! Also, did someone asked which intensity do you use? It is not bad to tell about the shade limit you consider the best one, but there is no immages, videos of examples which can let me know this IS the best shade limit. This topic is useless for now!


(BTW, Perryscope! NICE WORK!!)


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 Post subject: Re: Shading
PostPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2010 1:24 pm 
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natartoonixtweener wrote:
I might want this as a tutorial


Like Pennaz91, I've no idea what this means.
You provide no example(s) or evidence.


Do you mean that your post is a tutorial? If so, it isn't.
Do you mean that you intend to write a tutorial? If so, Pennaz91 is right - it will need clear examples in a demo and some understandable explanations either in the forum or as text in the demo (or both).
Do you mean that once again you are giving orders to others to do something for you? If so ---- well, no comment.

The demo by Perryscope clearly shows that it's best to vary settings and play around with them. The additional use of blur and sharpen is obvious, even without extra comments. I doubt very much that there is one set of settings that would work for everyone in every instance. if so, there wouldn't have been any point in the Artoonix team giving us the power to adjust so many settings.

What I find is best is to use the editor to experiment with a single frame until I get the effect(s) I want and to then make a note of these before then applying these to a whole set of frames outside the editor in 'multi-frame options'.

I've already suggested that settings that are tested and fixed in the editor need to be transferable to multi-frame operations. Hopefully that will be a feature of a future update. (I think Youri or Andrei agreed that it was a sensible and workable idea).


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I've already suggested that settings that are tested and fixed in the editor need to be transferable to multi-frame operations. Hopefully that will be a feature of a future update. (I think Youri or Andrei agreed that it was a sensible and workable idea).


Yes, we plan to realize such feature


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Thanks Andrei ... on the ball as usual !


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i think i understand,


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