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Lesson 6. QuickPaint

Lesson 6. QuickPaint

Lesson FilesLessons > Lesson06 folder
Mediabgd.1-10.iff

final.1-10.iff

wire.1-10.iff

wall.tif
Timeapproximately 1 hour and 30 minutes
GoalsRecognize the basic functions of the QuickPaint node

Use QuickPaint to scrawl like a monkey

Create a write-on effect

Dustbust and Rotoscope a sequence of images


The QuickPaint function is a touch-up tool to aid you with fixing small element problems such as holes in mattes or scratches/dirt on your images. It is a procedural paint node that allows you to change strokes after they have been drawn. This helps us to emphasize its key feature: It is just another compositing tool that can easily be used in conjunction with other Shake nodes. This means that you can apply the effect and easily ignore it, remove it, or reorder it after you have applied your paint strokes. It is mighty handy, but it is not intended to act as a full-featured, paint-a-masterpiece paint package. Now that your expectations have been sufficiently lowered, you can begin.


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