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 From:  Ed
1553.41 In reply to 1553.40 
I've been experimenting with Freestyle ( thanks again Phil ! ).

I did not find a combination of settings to get the exact results I wanted, so I modified their "styles". Luckly you can change their settings - I don't understand the programming language so I just started changing parameters by trial & error :)

I was able to make the "sketch-like" result I was seeking. Paper background texture added in Paint Shop Pro.

I've attached the three Style Modules for this sketch effect:
cartoon.py
sketchy.py
guidingLinesFine.py


Ed Ferguson
Seattle, Washington




EDITED: 3 May 2008 by ED


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 From:  Phil (PHILBO)
1553.42 In reply to 1553.41 
I love it!
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 From:  manz
1553.43 In reply to 1553.41 
Hi Ed,

I like it.
I find it very interesting that such renderings can be made from a solid model.

It would be good if this could be combined into such as Blender, and have the result over a rendered image, it could certainly give some very good toon / cel type output.

I have made some renders (the program appears to have no problem with large imports), so I will look more at this (when time available)

Thanks to Phil for posting the link (very good find by you)


- Steve
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 From:  Phil (PHILBO)
1553.44 In reply to 1553.43 
Freestyle integration into Blender is one of this years Google Summer of Code projects. If it is completed, it will be very useful. I cannot wait.
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 From:  David (BLEND3D)
1553.45 In reply to 1553.41 
Wow, now that is cool, great style!

I saw the GSOC listed freestyle this year, fingers crossed.
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 From:  Michael T. (MICTU_UTCIM)
1553.46 In reply to 1553.37 
Hey Phil, I like the ease of FreeStyle. Did not take too long to figure out, and it fits on the memory stick with MoI!

Michael T.


Michael Tuttle a.k.a. mictu http://www.coroflot.com/fish317537

EDITED: 4 Nov 2010 by MICTU_UTCIM

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 From:  Phil (PHILBO)
1553.47 In reply to 1553.46 
Can you share what settings you used to get that look. I really like it.
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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
1553.48 In reply to 1553.47 
I know it's not cheap but I really feel Photoshop is about the very first main app that everyone should have. The "Basic" tool?

EDITED: 31 Dec 2008 by BWTR

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 From:  Michael T. (MICTU_UTCIM)
1553.49 In reply to 1553.47 
Here it is Phil. Yeah, it's become a favorite of mine.

Michael T.


Michael Tuttle a.k.a. mictu http://www.coroflot.com/fish317537

EDITED: 4 Nov 2010 by MICTU_UTCIM

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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1553.50 In reply to 1553.49 
Can you just describe how apply an existent style to an object in FreeStyle?
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 From:  Michael T. (MICTU_UTCIM)
1553.51 In reply to 1553.50 
Hi Pilou,

Are you asking about the scene or individual objects within the scene? I am only appling them currently to the entire scene and not individual objects. I am still playing around with this software, but I'll try to let you know more, when I do(-:

Michael T.
Michael Tuttle a.k.a. mictu http://www.coroflot.com/fish317537
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1553.52 In reply to 1553.51 
Apply just a style on a single object loaded on the screen :)
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 From:  manz
1553.53 In reply to 1553.52 
>>>Apply just a style on a single object loaded on the screen

I have seen the mention of layers (which would possibly have that), but have not had the time to look further or attempt. From that, I am not sure even if layers are yet added (or just a case of not explained). Certainly I do like this software, just little spare time to play.


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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1553.54 In reply to 1553.53 
I just want use a style who exist in the library
I miss something, I don't find in the Tutorial how just make that ;)
There is how modify etc...but for this simple thing I don't find :(
How have you made?
Just write Menu / Actions :)
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 From:  Nick (BODINI)
1553.55 In reply to 1553.54 
I did read around the site somewhere a step-by-step, i thought it was here, but I dont see it now. http://freestyle.sourceforge.net/doc/html/Tutorial.html
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1553.56 In reply to 1553.55 
Yes I have that but...
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 From:  David (BLEND3D)
1553.57 In reply to 1553.56 
I am hung up at how to create the StyleModule0.py as listed in the tutorial excerpt below:

[The ViewMap is now ready, we can write our Style Module. Let us create an empty file named "StyleModule0.py" in which we'll write our style module. Then, display the Style Modeler window using the Windows > "Style Modeler Window" menu item, and press the '+' button that opens a file browsing window. Load then the "StyleModule0.py" file. A line with the StyleModule0.py is now visible in the Style Modeler window. Double-click on this line to make the Editor appear. We'll write our Style Module using this editor. Any change made in the file can be saved using the "save" button.]

If I open the style modeler window, it is empty thus nothing to edit.
If I attempt to open a style it closes the program.
It appears I am locked out of the command line window that opens with freestyle

So any elaboration of the above paragraph from freestyle would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks,
David W.
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 From:  DannyT (DANTAS)
1553.58 
Hi Guys,
Had a couple hours to spare, had a play with Freestyle and it's alot of fun.
I don't know where I would use it but it's fun, maybe for WIP, you can use it as a teaser instead of showing a MoI screenshot.

Anyhow here is my attempt for the time I had to play with it and I also made a short video tute to show how I achieved the results.
Video is in DivX format

Cheers
Danny

EDITED: 27 Mar 2009 by DANTAS

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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1553.59 In reply to 1553.58 
@DAnny : Many thx for this great and simple tut!
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 From:  manz
1553.60 In reply to 1553.58 
Hi Danny,

>>I don't know where I would use it but it's fun,

I agree. I certainly am no good at sketching, be it on computer or on paper, I can 3d model, so I could use this to make it look like I can sketch (lol)

- manz
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