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Deep Forest

Posted by Rocambole on Aug 11, 2011 in AOP Templates

In the beginning this AOP seemed only suited for forest paintings and was therefore named Deep Forest. It was primarily meant for paintings with large, rough strokes but in the end I also made a version with thinner strokes. It now has several palettes and is hopefully also usable for other motives than trees.

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Classics AOP

Posted by Rocambole on Aug 3, 2011 in AOP Templates

During creation of new AOPs I make lots of brush strokes and colour palettes that I don’t use. But sometimes I find out that one certain set of strokes works better with another palette than the one it was meant for. Classics is a collection of four different styles made of previusly unused combinations of colour palettes and brush strokes.
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Colorful

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.

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Landscape 2

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.

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Landscape

Posted by Rocambole on Jul 22, 2010 in AOP Templates

HayballsInitially 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…

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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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