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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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Facelook – for rough portraits

Posted by Rocambole on Oct 20, 2009 in AOP Templates

Facelook-ex1I started trying to create an AOP mimicking Edvard Munch – but with little succcess. The palette colours are sampled from four of Edvard Munch’s most famous paintings – all gloomy and depressing.

Despite this I came during experimentation finally up with an AOP that proved well suited to make portraits. I have tested it on several portrait photos of both my own colleagues and famous celebrities with different hair and skin colour. So far I am satisfied with all the resulting paintings.

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Rainbow – the Technicolor airbrush

Posted by Rocambole on Oct 20, 2009 in AOP Templates

Vegetables2_DAP_RainbowRainbow has a very colourful palette – hence the name Rainbow. It also has unusually soft brush strokes,  more like airbrush than ordinary brush.  This combination makes it possible for DAP to blend colours very effectively and thus create almost all kinds of colour shades. 

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Poster – for posters

Posted by Rocambole on Oct 19, 2009 in AOP Templates

PosterPoster is an attempt to make paintings that are not quite like ordinary photographs but almost – only slightly simplified with fewer but stronger colours and more contrast that the original photos.

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Edward – inspired by Edward Hopper

Posted by Rocambole on Oct 19, 2009 in AOP Templates

 

EdwardEdward Hopper (July 22, 1882 – May 15, 1967) was a prominent American realist painter and printmaker. While most popularly known for his oil paintings, he was equally proficient as a watercolorist and printmaker in etching. In both his urban and rural scenes, his spare and finely calculated renderings reflected his personal vision of modern American life. (Source: Wikipedia.)

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Etch – Abstract Cross Hatching Paint

Posted by Ana Viktoria on Oct 18, 2009 in AOP Templates
Impressionistic – Realistic – The choice is yours.
Modern Etching

No help files needed for this template – suitable for beginners to advanced artists, or those who have no experience in art at all.  This template will make modern renditions of good images.  Allow DAP to run and simply stop when you have the desired result.

The brushtrokes appear rather strange to start – and yet soon meld together to form quite a heavy appearance in thickness.

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