Non-photorealistic Renders (NPR)

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  • magicjavamagicjava Posts: 152

    headwax - love your pictures. Both the ones you've posted here and the ones on your blog. :)

  • ArtiniArtini Posts: 4,636

    Thanks a lot, IceDragonArt.

     

  • kenmokenmo Posts: 574
    head wax said:

    another Carrara job, a zillion edits in post, I u sed some of the stuff I learnt in  that poser video kenmo  posted - I didn't realise you could stack artistic filters in photoshop inside the filter window

     

     

     

    there's also an old thread here on using render passes in compositing - it's a battle field but has gems https://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/54406/compositing-and-post-work-what-is-it-and-why-should-i-care/p7

     

    Looks like an hand crafted pencil sketch...Fantastic results...

  • ArtiniArtini Posts: 4,636
    edited January 2018

    Another western theme image from Unity 3D, filtered in Topaz Simplify afterwards.

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  • ArtiniArtini Posts: 4,636
    edited January 2018

    ... and one more ...

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  • Artini said:

    ... and one more ...

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    The lines on the polygon subdivisions is an interesting look. It definitely gives it a video game vibe. I'm very impressed with the coloring; it has a nice pastel look that seems more hand-drawn than rendered in a game engine. Nice effects all around.

  • kenmo said:

    I watched this recording of a Smith-Micro webinar on Youtube. Artist Tasos Anastasiades show his technique for doing his comic books and graphic novels.

    He was influenced by Brian Haberlin's process...

    I attended that Webinar live. It was very enjoyable and informative. Also, it was free. Have you signed up for the host site's emails? They run a lot of free events and the newsletter is a great way to find out what's coming up.

  • head wax said:

    another Carrara job, a zillion edits in post, I u sed some of the stuff I learnt in  that poser video kenmo  posted - I didn't realise you could stack artistic filters in photoshop inside the filter window

    there's also an old thread here on using render passes in compositing - it's a battle field but has gems https://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/54406/compositing-and-post-work-what-is-it-and-why-should-i-care/p7

     

    Learning the filter stacking changed the way I approached filters in PS. And, as others have said, this is outstanding work. It definitely has a hand-drawn look to it.

  • ArtiniArtini Posts: 4,636
    edited January 2018

    Thanks for the comments, mmitchell_houston.

    I have redid my previous image.

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  • ArtiniArtini Posts: 4,636
    edited January 2018

    ... one more image filtered in Topaz Simplify with Pastel preset.

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  • ArtiniArtini Posts: 4,636
    edited January 2018

    and one more image filtered in Topaz Clean.

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  • HeadwaxHeadwax Posts: 7,758

    thanks magicjava et mmitchell_houston  and Kenmo - hopefully I can decconstruct the methodology :)

    thanks for posting that video Kenmo

    Artini said:

    ... one more image filtered in Topaz Simplify with Pastel preset.

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    love this style artini

     

  • HeadwaxHeadwax Posts: 7,758

    another Carrara work 

     the composition is a bit weird but I think the method works and 

    it's 4000 wide if you click - Topaz Impression was used plus a little handwork using a Carrara object pass for to aid selection 

     

  • FirstBastionFirstBastion Posts: 4,577
    Artini said:

    Thanks for the comments, mmitchell_houston.

    I have redid my previous image.

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    Really like the western style your posting.  I think it could work great as an illustrated childrens book. 

  • ArtiniArtini Posts: 4,636
    edited January 2018

    Thanks a lot, head wax.

     

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  • ArtiniArtini Posts: 4,636

    Thanks so much, FirstBastion. I like the theme, as well, and Topaz filters made a great job on improving the feel of the image.

     

  • TheNathanParableTheNathanParable Posts: 955
    edited January 2018

    So i've been watching the Game Grumps play Doki Doki Literature Club recently and felt inspired.

    Glitch effect was done in Filter Forge Pro 6 using "Glitch" by AwesomeSauce (with minor alterations to work with alpha).

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  • tkdroberttkdrobert Posts: 2,476

    So i've been watching the Game Grumps play Doki Doki Literature Club recently and felt inspired.

    Glitch effect was done in Filter Forge Pro 6 using a filter found on the website.

    Wow, looks like it came from a TV show.

  • HeadwaxHeadwax Posts: 7,758

    So i've been watching the Game Grumps play Doki Doki Literature Club recently and felt inspired.

    Glitch effect was done in Filter Forge Pro 6 using "Glitch" by AwesomeSauce (with minor alterations to work with alpha).

    wow that's wonderful!!

     

  • HeadwaxHeadwax Posts: 7,758
    edited January 2018

     

    Here's a go with some flowers - a little plastic and not what I had in mind - but it's all practice i guess.

    Carrara render, Topaz Impression and Corel Painter for post

     

     

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  • kenmokenmo Posts: 574
    kenmo said:

     

     

    I watched this recording of a Smith-Micro webinar on Youtube. Artist Tasos Anastasiades show his technique for doing his comic books and graphic novels.

    He was influenced by Brian Haberlin's process...

    I attended that Webinar live. It was very enjoyable and informative. Also, it was free. Have you signed up for the host site's emails? They run a lot of free events and the newsletter is a great way to find out what's coming up.

    I most have missed his mentioning of a e-mail list. I do watch his Facebook page and sent him a friend request which he was very prompt in replying to...

    https://www.facebook.com/tasos.anastasiades?pnref=lhc.unseen

     

  • kenmokenmo Posts: 574
    head wax said:

     

    Here's a go with some flowers - a little plastic and not what I had in mind - but it's all practice i guess.

    Carrara render, Topaz Impression and Corel Painter for post

     

     

    Love the outcome you achived...

  • ArtiniArtini Posts: 4,636
    edited January 2018

    Another image made in Unity and filtered afterwards in Topaz Simplify.

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  • ArtiniArtini Posts: 4,636
    edited January 2018

    ... and one more, with pastel filter.

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  • ArtiniArtini Posts: 4,636
    edited January 2018

    .. and the close up of scuba diver.

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  • DivamakeupDivamakeup Posts: 8,951
    Artini said:

    Lori rendered in Daz Studio iray and filtered afterwards in Topaz Simplify.

    https://www.daz3d.com/lori-for-genesis-8-female

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    Dawww Cute! Thank you for using Lori - I love the art effect too! Your render here reminds me a bit of Pippy Longstocking or maybe Anne of Green Gables (modernized). Nicely done! 

  • magicjava said:

    Ok, one last picture. It's a page from a comic I'm currently working on. Be kind. It's a WIP.

    This is really cute. I like it. You have a nice style. :)

    Can you double check your settings for the image in your post? Images posted to the forum should be 800 px wide or smaller. To do this, just click on the gear at the top right corner of your post then select Edit. Right click on your image and select Edit image properties. Make sure the image is 800 px wide or smaller.  Thank you.

  • tkdrobert said:

    Tweaked it a little.  Tell me which you like better.

    I kind of like this one with the slightly more saturated colors.

     

     

    tkdrobert said:

    Confront Your Demons.  You can't hide from your demons, but you can defeat them.

     

    IRAY Render, filtered in Topaz Studio with some post work in Photoshop and Clip Paint Studio.  This is a little more psychadelic than I usually do because it's suppose to represent the human psyche not reality.

    I really like your color choices in this one.

  • HeadwaxHeadwax Posts: 7,758
    kenmo said:
    head wax said:

     

    Here's a go with some flowers - a little plastic and not what I had in mind - but it's all practice i guess.

    Carrara render, Topaz Impression and Corel Painter for post

     

     

     

    Love the outcome you achived...

    thanks Kenmo :)

     

  • HeadwaxHeadwax Posts: 7,758
    Artini said:

    .. and the close up of scuba diver.

     

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    this one has wonderfull watercolour feel

     

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