Crayons – for drawing with crayons

Posted by Rocambole on Oct 25, 2009 in AOP Templates |

butterfly2_CrayonThis template tries to simulate drawing with crayons. Just start and let it run until you like what you see. Usually it takes between 400 and 1600 strokes to get an interesting drawing.

The template has two palettes:

The Crayola palette: Crayola crayons have come in a number of different colours over the years. When Binney & Smith first produced Crayola crayons in 1903, there were just eight colours. By 1949 the number had increased to 48 colours. This palette includes those 48 colours.

Example3_CrayonsThe number of colours has steadily grown through the years and today there are 133 Crayola colours.

The Rainbow palette has the same gradient colours as the portrait palette in the Rainbow template. It is much more suited for portraits and most other things than the Crayola colours.

In fact Crayons can produce some really nice portraits in a few strokes. The drawing of the lady to the left was made with  1140 strokes.

The archive includes both template and help files in separate folders.


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