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House By The Stream by Leonid Afremov
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Generating geometry from image UPDATED
My objective was to generate random background geometry to add to 3d CG scenes.  I have attempted similar before, but that was to create a frame for text in a 3D visual novel scene.  This time, I wanted a more complex city-like output. I started with generating a 2D image using JSplacement software.  I had a lot of trouble processing this in Inkscape into a vectorised SVG.  I need a vectorised SVG because I import it into Blender3D 2.8 and convert it into a 3D CG geometry. My problem was due to several issues: JSPlacement outputs a very large PNG image which must be reduced in size (dimensions, colour), and converted from coloured PNG to gr
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https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1160425501967695872.html Lovely painted designs for Matobo homes in Zimbabwe !
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Linwelly|Professional General Artist
Thanks a lot for your continued support and faves! :D
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thank you for the fav! :)
Wheels by Gluck4012
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alenawal|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for watch
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Puffolotti4iji|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the fav, i appreciated it very much.

Right now i don't have much time to review works, but i can thank for the favs...

Regretfully the nature of my project never leave me enough time to do both in the same month :D

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TaishoBee|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Do you know how to get the © symbol in clip studio?
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Well, for Clip Studio Paint EX, I get the Windows 10 system to generate it for me. 
I go into Add Text mode in Clip Studio.
I press simultaneously: Windows key + period key (full stop key). 
The emoticons window pops up.
I click on the heart symbol at bottom right, which is the shortcut to get to the Symbols section of the emoticons window.
I scroll through the symbols section until I get to a row which contains the copyright symbol.
Click on it and it shoul appear in your text line in Clip Studio Paint.
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TaishoBee|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you so much!! I've known how to do it in Photoshop, now I know in CS too!
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