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Watercolor Brushes

Post by malcooning » 28 Aug 2008, 15:39

Watercolor Brushes
for TVP 9.0 and above

install this pack:
Water Color Brushes.tvpx
And then take a look at this guide to using the watercolor brushes:

As JPG
WaterColor Brushes Guide.jpg
Or as PDF
Watercolor Brushes guide.pdf
Enjoy
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Re: Watercolor Brushes

Post by Fabrice » 28 Aug 2008, 15:46

Excellent work !

I wonder what would happen if used with the dirt option of the PPalette. Did anyone try ?
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Re: Watercolor Brushes

Post by hisko » 28 Aug 2008, 16:28

I've said it before: Superb brushes.
Imagine how they can be used in animation.
I will paint all shadows in my film with them, as well as smoke, fire and other effects.

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Re: Watercolor Brushes

Post by Sierra Rose » 28 Aug 2008, 19:12

I too appreciate these wonderful brushes. Thanks soooooooooooo much!
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Re: Watercolor Brushes

Post by Peter Wassink » 31 Aug 2008, 12:54

The A+B picker doesn't work for me (there is no "BcolfromAcol.grg" is the tvpx format still buggy maybe?)
could you post the grg script seperate?
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Re: Watercolor Brushes

Post by ZigOtto » 31 Aug 2008, 13:51

Tantalus wrote:The A+B picker doesn't work for me (there is no "BcolfromAcol.grg" is the tvpx format still buggy maybe?)
could you post the grg script seperate?
I wonder where is located your george folder, Peter? (the full path)
meanwhile, here's the scripts.
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Re: Watercolor Brushes

Post by Peter Wassink » 31 Aug 2008, 15:22

ZigOtto wrote: I wonder where is located your george folder, Peter? (the full path)
i wonder too...

i did a search (*.grg) ...and found 4 george scripts on my machine.
these are their loactions:
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Re: Watercolor Brushes

Post by Peter Wassink » 31 Aug 2008, 15:24

ZigOtto wrote: here's the scripts.
thanks for sending those!
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Re: Watercolor Brushes

Post by ZigOtto » 31 Aug 2008, 18:27

Tantalus wrote:... i did a search (*.grg) ...and found 4 george scripts on my machine.
these are their loactions:
hehe... only 4 ? I had 6 George folders, 4 on my main HD, 2 others on a secondary drive.
it seems it's time for you to think of doing a serious cleaning (as I did a week ago or so), I have only 2 folders now.
a task that's inevitably coming one day, specially for us, beta-testers ... :wink:

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Re: Watercolor Brushes

Post by Peter Wassink » 03 Sep 2008, 08:58

:( something went wrong with the cleaning?

on startup i get an error message 9b8:

tvp cannot find CDSDK.dll
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Re: Watercolor Brushes

Post by Patrice » 03 Sep 2008, 09:27

This corresponds to the Canon Plugin. To fix this, please reinstall the Plugin.
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Re: Watercolor Brushes

Post by imihsas » 27 Sep 2008, 17:33

Help! Now there are about three different watercolor type downloads. I seem to have the original one installed which looks marvelous, the Hizko brush with four different varieties? Although I haven't made any adjustments to it and am not entirely certain I know how to maximize it's potential... then there is the wetcolor tvpx file ,and another watercolor tvpx, and, a bin/data related download. Is there a final one? Or do they all somehow work together? Any instructions in a single forum entry as to how all of these are supposed to work would be truly helpful for me if someone happens to have the time.

Oh one last question, somewhat off topic, I would like to create a SINGLE FRAME pretty picture using these brushes, possibly destined for print, how can I increase to a very high level resolution in TVP?? It always seems to give me problems...

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Re: Watercolor Brushes

Post by slowtiger » 27 Sep 2008, 17:48

Just create a project with the pixel dimensions you need. For every cm printed size you'll calculate 120 pixels.
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Re: Watercolor Brushes

Post by malcooning » 27 Sep 2008, 21:02

imihsas wrote:Help! Now there are about three different watercolor type downloads. I seem to have the original one installed which looks marvelous, the Hizko brush with four different varieties? Although I haven't made any adjustments to it and am not entirely certain I know how to maximize it's potential... then there is the wetcolor tvpx file ,and another watercolor tvpx, and, a bin/data related download. Is there a final one? Or do they all somehow work together? Any instructions in a single forum entry as to how all of these are supposed to work would be truly helpful for me if someone happens to have the time.
The ones posted at the top of this thread are the brushes that's been finalized. These brushes are different to Hisko's brushes as they are based on Custom animated brush, and hisko's based on the TVP pen brush. You can you them in conjunction. It's all about taste and purpose in the end.
And someone ( :wink: ) already took the time to explain how they work - the jpg placard at the top is the instructions.

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Re: Watercolor Brushes

Post by Satrip » 19 Dec 2008, 12:36

Fabrice wrote: I wonder what would happen if used with the dirt option of the PPalette. Did anyone try ?
The Transparent one gives interesting results with PPalette dirt ! Good idea (i'll post a test picture to show it asap)

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