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Post#92 by animicule » 07 Sep 2017, 18:57


Your tulips are very pretty Issabella!
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Post#93 by gnerd » 07 Sep 2017, 19:20


The amazing colors and designs are incredible, animicule and Issabella beautiful results!!! I'm thinking these can be addicting :lol: but so fun. I was kind of surprised with the out come when I used fall blowing leaves as the subject.
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Post#94 by animicule » 07 Sep 2017, 20:12


Very interesting Gnerd!
I am glad that you are having fun!
I must always experiment with things.
So, if I try one, I always have to try it about 10 different ways.
The easiest way to do that is..
Before your first run, when you have your subject ready ... do a Control-D about 10 times.
It is the shortcut to making a copy of the image.
<CONTROL>D
Now choose settings for your first run,
and move to the next image (I try not to look, just run,run,run, then look)
Now change the direction and run again
Then I change the pivot point and run again,
and change direction and run again...
I am sure you get the idea...
Then I would look at them all and pick what looked best
out of the bunch, sometimes combining 2 or 3 layers...
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Post#95 by gnerd » 07 Sep 2017, 21:07


Thank you animicule for the tip, I have to try everything many times as well my curiosity is never ending lol!!
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Post#96 by gnerd » 07 Sep 2017, 21:57


I have a quick question, if you can help me. i'm not sure I understand about the sizing. My finished work sometimes comes out larger than my layer and it's almost gone off the side of my screen. I try and resize or scale it down but it just looks off. Thanks in advance!
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Post#97 by animicule » 07 Sep 2017, 22:04


Well, imagine you are the pivot point and there is a string from you to the subject.
You spin the subject around on the string.
The circle is much larger than the original item.
If you are in the center of the subject, the subject just rotates around the center of its self, and still may be
a little larger than the subject alone because of the width / height ratio.
If your subject is a solid rectangle block and not isolated, and your pivot point is the top left corner, it will rotate around the top left corner.
and it will of course be larger than the subject layer.
If your subject is isolated and doesn't fill the layer up to the pivot point, the transparent area between the pivot and
the subject would be the string.
I hope this helps you see that the outcome will always be larger than the subject. Even if the item is a cube and pivots on center it will
still round out to a larger area.
Hope this helps...
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Post#98 by gnerd » 07 Sep 2017, 22:30


It does, thank you very much animicule!!
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