By Pavel Shabanov.
I'd like to share a little test with Grease Pencil and Wacom.
Weird looking cat.
Already fixed the spelling error ;-)
nice idea, how many handmade lines did you draw for that... ? :D
that remembers me, to ask, how far is freestyle to go to blender trunk?
didn't count, but it took me 2 days to play with :)
!! Great idea !! and lovely execution. Now to fire up Blender and look for the grease pencil on surface option. Or is it a way of texturepainting with grease pencil?
it's a painting on surface :)
I can totally appreciate the amount of quality time that went into this animation. Nice result!
I'm curious as to what you did to render this work.
Oh yes ,lots of work and fine results . Nice one bro .
could this be turned into a UV map? to deform/move with the surface? Or by default is it somehow bound to the surface when you paint on it?
I didn't think how to convert strokes into UV-map, but in this example I converted them into Bezier-Curves :)
And then? B-Curves [solidify] ? Because I then get round tubes......
no, just extrude the curve a little bit
Almost there... I extruded all in x direction... Wha would be the trick to extrude along the surface? Or did you do all sufaces separate (please tell me you didn't)?
In edit mode with selected curve I rotated the direction using Ctrl+T
great idea and awesome result. You must have gotten hand cramps after all that work:)
Nice and interesting ! Thanks for sharing :-)
I'm inspired.I take it this land in the area of NPR rendering technique?
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