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Andy’s Brushes 1 (Slap it Sloppy)

Posted by andydansby on Dec 24, 2009 in AOP Templates

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Textured brush strokes, solid strokes, fan brushes, shader brushes, filbert brushes and round brushes paint a thick heavy painting with depth. This is a general AOP using a variety of brushes and colors.  Dry reveal is not used in this AOP to maintain a heavy painted feel.

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Andy’s Watercolors 4 (Wet and Sloppy)

Posted by andydansby on Dec 24, 2009 in AOP Templates

two_flowers.preview_DAP_Andys WaterColors4This AOP does not try to copy any style.  I’ve included 10 different palettes to  work with just about any photo you can throw at it.

Large Textured brush strokes, followed by cloudy medium brush strokes and sharp detail brush strokes.

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Andy’s Watercolors 3 (Wet and Wild)

Posted by andydansby on Dec 24, 2009 in AOP Templates

biomes2_DAP_Andys WaterColors3This is my Third water color AOP.

This AOP does not try to copy any style.  I’ve included 10 different palettes to  work with just about any photo you can throw at it.

Cloud like large brush strokes, textured medium strokes followed by sharper small brush strokes.  No Dry reveal is used.

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Andy’s Watercolors 2 (Dripping Wet)

Posted by andydansby on Dec 23, 2009 in AOP Templates

TetonsReflection350_DAPThis is my Second water color AOP.

This AOP does not try to copy any style.  I’ve included 10 different palettes to  work with just about any photo you can throw at it.

Smooth Large brush strokes, followed by sharper smaller brush strokes with a short dry reveal.

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Andy’s Watercolors 1 (The Wetter, The Better)

Posted by andydansby on Nov 30, 2009 in AOP Templates

23_DAP_Andys WaterColors1This is my first attempt at a water color AOP.

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Funky Acrylics

Posted by Mary Warner on Nov 19, 2009 in AOP Templates

 Schwabacher Landing, the Tetons

A generic AOP using two textured palettes and a varied collection of brushes. Default result is more realistic but can be varied by moving the sliders. Does not require any user input to make a decent painting. Read more…

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Emile Albert Gruppé

Posted by andydansby on Nov 17, 2009 in AOP Templates

Caribbean_Fishing_Sailboat_DAP_GruppeEmile Albert Gruppé (1896-1978) was an American painter born in Rochester, New York to Helen and Charles P. Gruppe. He lived the early years of his life in the Netherlands as his father Charles Paul Gruppe, painted with the Hague school of art and acted as a dealer for the Dutch painters in the US. The family returned permanently to the states around 1913 when rumblings of World War I were brewing. All of Emile’s siblings established themselves in the arts. Read more…

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Lautrec

Posted by andydansby on Nov 3, 2009 in AOP Templates

Lady_DAP_LautrecHenri Marie Raymond de Toulouse-Lautrec-Monfa or simply Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (24 November 1864 – 9 September 1901) was a French painter, printmaker, draftsman, and illustrator, whose immersion in the colourful and theatrical life of fin de siècle Paris yielded an œuvre of exciting, elegant and provocative images of the modern and sometimes decadent life of those times. Read more…

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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.

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Renoir AOP

Posted by andydansby on Oct 25, 2009 in AOP Templates

Flower Arrangement Pierre-Auguste Renoir (February 25, 1841–December 3, 1919) was a French artist who was a leading painter in the development of the Impressionist style. As a celebrator of beauty, and especially feminine sensuality, it has been said that “Renoir is the final representative of a tradition which runs directly from Rubens to Watteau”.  From Wikipedia.

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