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My 3 Unfortunately-Secret Programs for Illustrators — Sasha R. Jones Illustration. I've used it religiously for about a year now, creating a new PureRef file for every illustration I do, as well as a few for specific characters, cultures, or settings in personal projects.

My 3 Unfortunately-Secret Programs for Illustrators — Sasha R. Jones Illustration

As you can see in the example above, I like to sort my images into little clusters or 'islands' of specific content, so that I can easily scroll out to see the entire reference map, then zoom in to the relevant cluster easily. There is one big tip I would suggest for using this program, if you have the harddrive space: As soon as you get it, turn on the 'Embed local images in save file' option. This will make your PureRef files bigger, but you'll never have to deal with a 'broken link' if you move around the source files you originally dragged in.

This is such a simple little app that it doesn't have a very formal name, though I think of it as 'Work' or 'Work Work' (for some reason.)


Flash. AE. After Effects. PS. Web utilities information. Learning. CLIP STUDIO PAINT. Main features of CLIP STUDIO PAINT Ver.1.5.4 *The features with marked with EX or PRO can be used only in [EX] or [PRO].


Reducing file size The standard file format has been changed to CLIP STUDIO FORMAT (extension: clip). Files in CLIP STUDIO FORMAT are lighter than those in the old CLIP STUDIO PAINT format (extension: lip), meaning that they load and save more quickly. ※The file sizes of existing lip format will be reduced using [Save as...] in Version 1.5.4.

Increased text options EXPRO [Wrap text at frame], [Align frames], [Edge], [Edge color], [Background color] and [Opacity] have been added to [Tool Property] in the [Text] sub tool. A work with multiple pages as a separate file can now be saved EX. Spectrum - Onlinemania. Cinema 4D and After Effects: OpenEXR Multi-Layer workflow. What follows is a simple step by step guide to set up your project for OpenEXR output in Cinema 4D in a way that makes sure the linear workflow is kept intact from the render to the compositing in After Effects (or other similar apps).

Cinema 4D and After Effects: OpenEXR Multi-Layer workflow

Project setup Open your Project Settings either through the menu Edit > Project Settings… or by pressind Ctrl-D (for OSX it’s usually the same shortcut, only it’s Cmd instead of Ctrl). Here, make sure that Linear Workflow is checked and that the Input Color Profile is set to sRGB. This should be the default setting in Cinema 4D these days, but it’s better to check and be sure. Background (skip if you don’t care): Linear workflow refers to the absence of gamma correction from you color workflow. Textures JPG, PNG… textures are usually encoded with sRGB. Same goes for EXR, which are always linear. If in doubt check the preview image. Little tip: right click on the preview image and click on “Open Window…”. Render Settings Result Accessing the Layers in the EXR. Five great Processing sites. In this Codebox, we take a break from programming to have a quick look at five great Processing resources.

Five great Processing sites

OpenProcessing. OpenProcessing is a community-driven site where people can share their portfolios. You’ll find a vast array of creative sketches that range from art to science. For example, GUIGUITROCHOID by Guigui simulates the gears in a Spirograph. In addition to enjoying the visual beauty, you can also view the source code from any sketch to see how it works. Learning Processing. The Nature of Code. Ben Fry’s Project Page. Hope you find these sites as inspirational as I do. In the Maker Shed: Getting Started with Processing Learn computer programming the easy way with Processing, a simple language that lets you use code to create drawings, animation, and interactive graphics. Related. Chapter 4: Example 4-3: Varying Variables. Quick Start Tutorial - Open Toonz. Libre pintura software FireAlpaca.