Posted by Saptarshi on Jan 2, 2011 in AOP Templates
Inspired by: Cubism
Cubism was a 20th century avant-garde art movement, pioneered by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque, that revolutionized European painting and sculpture, and inspired related movements in music and literature.
In cubist artworks, objects are broken up, analyzed, and re-assembled in an abstracted form—instead of depicting objects from one viewpoint, the artist depicts the subject from a multitude of viewpoints to represent the subject in a greater context.
Often the surfaces intersect at seemingly random angles, removing a coherent sense of depth. The background and object planes interpenetrate one another to create the shallow ambiguous space, one of cubism’s distinct characteristics.
Tip: Use Real-Surreal slider to control the broken effect. Control the no. of strokes to adjust the details
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Posted by anecessaryevil on Dec 12, 2010 in AOP Templates
Rough Sketch! AOP & Help
I made an error in the first help file I put up – the image had a space in the file name and the html was looking for the file without the space. If you downloaded the first one you can either remove the space from the file name or redownload the above AOP zip that now has the correct name for the file.
I also put the correct AOP menu image in the zip.
Rough Sketch! AOP is meant to simulate quick sketching with a pen or a dark pencil on very smooth paper (no texture in the line). There are a couple color palettes in it but the main reason I created it was for the black and white line sketching effect. You can, of course, add any palettes you want to the AOP and tweak the color for your personal usage.
It is also quite interesting to use a (water)color AOP to block in background colors and then sketch over that with the black and white. I have included a couple samples here that show that effect.
Posted by anecessaryevil on Dec 4, 2010 in AOP Templates
AlphaB AOP & Help
This AOP was created by ANecessaryEvil (Dale Matteson) in November 2010.
The brushes were created using the alphabet and numbers 0-9 that have 3D shading.
Posted by Rocambole on Nov 26, 2010 in AOP Templates
Colorful AOP was made of remnants from the making of Landscape2 AOP – scanned brush strokes and color palettes which had not been used.
Posted by Rocambole on Nov 20, 2010 in AOP Templates
This new version of Landscape makes softer clouds and is also quite good at painting misty landscapes and beams of light in the forest. It has two palettes, Day and Evening.
Posted by ghealy on Nov 13, 2010 in AOP Templates
This AOP was created by Donkey Engine in May 2010. Renders a nice coloured or B&W pencil drawing. This was posted to the old forum, but not previously loaded to the Cafe. So I’ve taken the liberty of doing so, so anyone who had not previously grabbed the AOP could now do so.
The AOP & the Help files are included in the ZIP file. Also included are two Impression files. Check out DAP’s help file on how to add impression files to an AOP.
Thanks Donkey Engine, where ever you may be today.
Graphite Smudge AOP & Help files
Posted by Rocambole on Jul 22, 2010 in AOP Templates
Initially this template was meant to imitate John Constable’s famous landscape paintings. But I was never satisfied with the trees and gave up and finally decided to release it as a generic landscape AOP. Read more…
Posted by andydansby on Apr 23, 2010 in AOP Templates
Textured Grunge Thang
Runs in DAP 2.5 using the MultiTemper Style.
Grunge Brush strokes mixed with Textured Brush strokes mixed with low saturated colors. 10 Palettes accompany this AOP to allow for a wide range of paintings. Each Palette has a slight difference from one to the next.
Posted by andydansby on Jan 30, 2010 in AOP Templates
Andy’s Water Colors 5 (Loose and Wet)
Textured large brush strokes, sharper small brush strokes followed by long thing brush strokes. This AOP asks for a portrait smudge mask, this allows the subject matter to perform a dry reveal so that it becomes more focused. 10 Palettes accompany this AOP to allow for a wide range of paintings.
Posted by andydansby on Jan 7, 2010 in AOP Templates
Almost as fine as a Fried Peanut Butter and Banana sandwich.
Segmentation and a quick Dry Revel are used in this AOP. 10 Palettes allow for quite a variation of styles.