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Lesson 6. QuickPaint

Lesson 6. QuickPaint

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TimeThis lesson takes approximately 2 ½ hours to complete.
GoalsRecognize the basic functions of the QuickPaint node
 Use QuickPaint to scrawl like a monkey
 Create a write-on effect
 Rotoscope and remove dust from a sequence of images
 AutoAlign a clean plate to a moving image
 Remove wires from an image using the Clone and Reveal brushes


QuickPaint is a simple touch-up tool that helps you fix minor problems such as holes in a matte or dirt on your image. It is a procedural paint node that allows you to change strokes after they have been drawn. Think of it as just another compositing tool that can easily be used in conjunction with other Shake nodes. That means you can apply the effect and easily ignore it, remove it, or reorder it after you have applied your paint strokes. It is very useful, but it is not intended to act as a full-featured, matte painting package. Now that your expectations have been sufficiently lowered, you can begin.


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