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Painting hair SOLVED

Post#1 by RJKD » 18 Aug 2017, 17:23


I am trying to achieve the hair effect from a Photoshop tutorial in Gimp
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNXV2FAmK-s
I've managed to make a reasonably good brush, however - here's my question does anyone know the equivalent brush dynamic in Gimp to "simulate pressure" in Photoshop? please.
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Post#2 by RJKD » 19 Aug 2017, 18:48


Does the Hair locks filter help you at all? Is in GMIC rendering . hair locks
Just found this http://www.gimptalk.com/index.php?/topi ... -pressure/

Thankyou sallyanne
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Post#3 by Ella » 19 Aug 2017, 19:27


Glad it's solved, Richard :thumbsup:

But the link leads to an error site ...
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Post#4 by RJKD » 20 Aug 2017, 10:21


I got through ok Ella, I'll check again when I'm back at my machine. I'm still practising blending, I know it's practice, practice, practice. I've now studied around a dozen tutorials and there's no quick fix for me 😁
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Post#5 by RJKD » 20 Aug 2017, 11:06


Here's the working link Ella http://www.gimptalk.com/index.php?/topi ... -pressure/ (what I would really like to achieve is the way, in the YouTube video for Photoshop, the 'hair' brush behaves when used as a stroke on paths, it's an amazing effect, just like real hair, mine are still quite flat and dull.
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Post#6 by rich2005 » 20 Aug 2017, 11:45


Sadly lacking in artistic skills, but sallyannes gmic reference had me intrigued, I had not seen that one before.

One day, we will get you on linux and Gimp development version. Some good stuff there, although can be more than flaky at times. The warp tool acts directly on the canvas, and newly arrived, an addition to the smudge tool which lets you use it as a blending brush. Then of course the MyPaint brush engine with all the mypaint brushes.

This attempt at hair http://i.imgur.com/yh7GNR8.jpg as usual had a better one, did not save it.
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Post#7 by Ella » 20 Aug 2017, 12:28


RJKD wrote:
20 Aug 2017, 11:06
Here's the working link Ella http://www.gimptalk.com/index.php?/topi ... -pressure/ (what I would really like to achieve is the way, in the YouTube video for Photoshop, the 'hair' brush behaves when used as a stroke on paths, it's an amazing effect, just like real hair, mine are still quite flat and dull.
Thanks for the link, Richard. Unfortunately I have no idea how to paint a natural hair look.
As I said before, I couldn't achieve your results.
Good luck with it :thumbsup:

Practice and above all, lots of patience :)
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