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Post Tue Mar 14, 2017 7:14 am

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Post Thu Apr 20, 2017 9:28 pm

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Here's a curious little experiment, made with the new image brush sequence option [=?] and the new negative glossiness. Really interesting, I think. :ugeek:
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Post Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:18 pm

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That is just... awesome!!! You could've told me that was satellite imagery of a distant planetary surface and I might have believed it! :) Or... actually it looks a lot like molten metal, with carbon and impurities in it, as it flows and solidifies. Did you ever think you'd be able to get all these discoveries out of Verve when you were writing the code for it? :ob Also, the way the fluid simulation can create these extremely convincing organic shapes and structures... it's just so cool. c:!
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Post Fri Apr 21, 2017 1:00 am

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Thanks, Q! Hmmm...well, in a way, I kind of did anticipate some exciting textures to emerge, but what makes this so surreal and fascinating is that it's happening in real time. You can go in there and push stuff around, add new structures, paint actual content, and it looks like that! That's what's so eerie about it and something I could've only dreamed of before it virtually grew under my fingers, hehehe...but really a lot because of all of you, of course!
Already there is no end to what one can explore inside Verve, the styles you can develop, the depth and complexity or pretty looking simplicity, yet, with this certain extra. But it really is only the beginning! :ugeek:
Once you start making more experiments with the brush images, pffff, it's uncanny. I've only started to dabble with possibilities and know it's just endless. But I want to add a lot more functionality and a proper interface for all this stuff. Currently it's really like I invite you all into my mad scientist laboratory of sorts, hahaha. :? :geek: :P
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Post Fri Apr 21, 2017 8:51 am

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Yes very cool dear Taron c:! - nice texture with a graphite-pen effect (by negative glossiness) - I like also to turn similar textures into a canvas surface. But sometimes I miss the Gloss Effect like in the old version 099.33

I opened the same file with the new Verve Version and its very different:
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Apropos Canvas Surface, I miss also the strength of the canvas influence in your newer versions - I think the canvas influence was until the version 099.33 more strong ;) ... but I love Verve until today - very great software. c:!
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Post Fri Apr 21, 2017 9:39 am

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Yes, I've changed the negative glossiness to not be a "bug", which makes it not only more controllable, but also predictable, allowing to purposely design with it. The previous "oversight" could never be antialiased, which also pushed it into a kind of dead end. However, I will most certainly make future experiments to allow effects of its kind, but with proper control. :ugeek:

As for the canvas strength, it now is in healthier proportion to the look of the canvas. It's still just as strong on the fluids, while it continues to look like canvas and the formula is more accurate, too. It will get interesting, once I resume evolving material behavior, I'm pretty convinced about that! :D

Thank you, Zero. Sometimes it's very difficult to share and develop at the same time, because accidental things can be exciting along the way and people get used to them, but those things beg to be fixed and make way for a better solution, which only new users may immediately appreciate. But above all, it's my quest to stay on top of what's happening inside Verve to consciously progress, you know. The really, really good stuff is still in the making! 8-)

Anyway, you were absolutely right. I took another look at my routine and gave the fluids more sensitivity to the canvas texture beyond the current paint buildup levels. :ob
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Post Sun Apr 23, 2017 4:37 pm

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Funny Palette! c:!
Is beautiful that please without concept!
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