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Perspective Guide ptII

Post by schwarzgrau » 05 May 2015, 22:45

The guide-layers are pretty useful, but often I got a perspective, which would be a perfect fit for the perspective guide, but I had to move the guide points far to much away, cause the perspective is to flat.
So I thought about another type of guide:

You draw two lines in the Y axis
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Then the grid gets interpolated by these two lines.
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I don't know if something like this is easily integratabtle in TVPaint, but it would be really helpful.
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Re: Perspective Guide ptII

Post by NathanOtano » 07 May 2015, 06:24

I've seen some plugins for photoshop that can do the same. Would be nice while storyboarding also to have more feeling while setting the perspective while drawing (4 lines for 2 vanishing points?).

Also some good grids here for parrallel lines :http://www.kitfox.com/projects/photosho ... index.html
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Re: Perspective Guide ptII

Post by Sewie » 07 May 2015, 20:10

I've used the perspective tool quite often by now. The enhancement that Schwarzgrau suggest looks very useful for storyboarding.
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Re: Perspective Guide ptII

Post by Sewie » 12 Feb 2018, 09:00

Those new enhancements in the perspective tool are absolutely fantastic! (Since 11.0.8 ) Constructing layouts with vanish points from one, two or three lines works so much faster and easier than the previous method. Would it perhaps be possible to add circles and ellipses tied to vanish points with the same ease, I wonder...?

Thanks very much for the addition (and the request).


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Re: Perspective Guide ptII

Post by NathanOtano » 12 Feb 2018, 10:30

Yeah this is a great addition!
It would also be nice for the 2pt grid to have a line going from one point to another, to serve as a horizon line. And the vertical grid could be following this.
Also could be nice to have a grid following the perpective of the points like in the exemple above, could help a lot to have "true perspective grids" generated from this
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Re: Perspective Guide ptII

Post by Sewie » 15 Feb 2018, 08:54

Yes, I agree. It would help a lot because those grids are often needed (and asked for) during storyboard assignments.
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Re: Perspective Guide ptII

Post by Animationriver » 15 Feb 2018, 09:27

Sewie wrote:
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Yes, I agree. It would help a lot because those grids are often needed (and asked for) during storyboard assignments.
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Re: Perspective Guide ptII

Post by Animationriver » 15 Feb 2018, 09:53

NathanOtano wrote:
07 May 2015, 06:24
I've seen some plugins for photoshop that can do the same. Would be nice while storyboarding also to have more feeling while setting the perspective while drawing (4 lines for 2 vanishing points?).

Also some good grids here for parrallel lines :http://www.kitfox.com/projects/photosho ... index.html
This is a very interesting message.
And do you have the opportunity to share those "grids" that you are talking about?

I did not find a file for this download in this blog)))

Thanks! :D
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Re: Perspective Guide ptII

Post by NathanOtano » 15 Feb 2018, 12:01

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Re: Perspective Guide ptII

Post by Animationriver » 17 Feb 2018, 09:30

NathanOtano wrote:
15 Feb 2018, 12:01
It was just two clicks further : https://github.com/blackears/Photoshop-Perspective-Tool
Thanks.
Slightly ripped the brain))) tools plug-in for Photoshop)) looks like a complex multi-pass stage of a simple process. OK. I thought just files with grids)
I like this simple version of the tool in Procreate:
[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zETGF3NPX4[/youtube]

this is the most interesting thing I've seen for quickly creating a grid. But it's not so convenient in TVPaint.
I'm waiting for improvement. :D
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