Buttonize to make a Vector shape dimensional

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Buttonize to make a Vector shape dimensional

Post by Mapie on Mon Nov 03, 2008 4:16 am

Q: I would like to know how to do just about everything..But I really have a problem with Text.. I don't know why but I do..Oh.. and making things like this and sorry for the size it was in my photo bucket. :( Ummm..it's "supposed" to be a pillow..hahaha

A: Hi, that pillow is a nice shape....it's just a bit flat....
Which you can fix by using the buttonize in effects...

This is the result of these settings...of course you can play around with the settings until you are happy with it :-)

Here is your same pillow with a pattern....

And used these settings....

Hope that helped a bit Smile

Q: I was wondering about vectors. I have seen several tuts I would like to do but they included vectors and I wasn't sure what they were or how hard they would be...so didn't attempt them. Water animation sounds good too. Before I came here I made it rain on a picture from a tut and also made it snow but wasn't real happy with the results.

I can use some more work with brushes too, no doubt. What is the difference between a plug in and filters? Anything you want to do is great with me.

A: Hi, most tutorials you won't have to worry about vector nodes etc....as those tutorials already include the vector shapes, so just have a look at them...
But I have to say, playing with vectors sounds hard, but is actually quite easy! Just go and have a try and you will be amazed how easy it is.....
Here's a little tut....

Also with rain and snow animations, sometimes it just needs a frame time adjustment....like sometimes it's too fast....or too slow.....and it even won't work nice with the wrong picture....

And plugins and filters are just the same :-)

Hugs, Mapie[/quote]

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