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Re: Patchwork (my controversial effect)

Post#57 by Ella » 12 Apr 2017, 15:24


Dinasset, thanks for the link, the filter, the patterns and the explanation :golden_wilber:
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Post#58 by dinasset » 12 Apr 2017, 15:53


Thanks to you, Ella, I'm very glad to see your nice outcomes.
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Post#59 by Pat625 » 12 Apr 2017, 22:36


Dinasset, I have experimented a little with your script. Took a "Stick leaf" that I used when Lyle was teaching us to crystallize and ran your patchwork script on it. Changed it from the first image to the second. I liked it even though you cannot see the patches.
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Post#60 by dinasset » 13 Apr 2017, 04:32


Very interesting and original outcome, thanks Pat.
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Post#61 by dinasset » 13 Apr 2017, 05:31


A more "traditional" patchwork, done manually (no use of the filter, following easy steps).
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Here the steps, if someone interested:
1-have a drawing, one of those used to let children play with colours (important: areas should be closed, to be selectable separatedly)
2-have some different fabrics Patches as available textures, like those I posted
3-fill areas -selected one at a time- with different Patches
4-select the black border lines (by colour) and fill with a stitching texture, like the one I posted
... et voilà

PS: there are evident errors, pls excuse my inability, someone else may perform the sequence in a much better way...
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Post#62 by Pat625 » 13 Apr 2017, 07:43


Oh, my! I did some of that today also. Nothing to post but just making some very rudimentary design and using your patterns manually and with your script to see how things work. I was trying to control the color areas more with your filter, such as you did manually with the image above. I did not play with the stitching. Did you use bucket fill or other tool for the manual stitching?

I really love the image you did above manually! I instantly thought how nice that would look in a child's room!

Thank you for posting your manual steps. I will look for appropriate images.
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Post#63 by dinasset » 13 Apr 2017, 07:48


Pat625 wrote:
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Oh, my! I did some of that today also. Nothing to post but just making some very rudimentary design and using your patterns manually and with your script to see how things work. I was trying to control the color areas more with your filter, such as you did manually with the image above. I did not play with the stitching. Did you use bucket fill or other tool for the manual stitching?

I really love the image you did above manually! I instantly thought how nice that would look in a child's room!
Nothing special, just "bucket fill".
When you select the black lines remember to increase the selection by 2-3 pixels before filling the stitching pattern.
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