|06 June 2013||#1|
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Richard Rosenman Advertising & Design
Join Date: Jun 2002
Particle Paint v1.0
I while back I started playing around with coding a crude particle system in an effort to understand the mathematics behind them. Bit by bit, this little test app developed into a unique little plugin called Particle Paint that allows you to paint, interact and work with live particles.
Admittedly, this has little practical use and the performance is awful. But like I said, it was really just an educational exercise to understand the principles of particle systems, which I tend to work with often. I'm actually surprised no one has developed a truly functional extension for Photoshop that does this as the possibilities are endless.
It actually does have some really neat features, such as applying forces, filters and collision colors in your canvas.
Anyway, check it out if you want to have some fun. Again, performance really suffers so consider yourselves warned! Unfortunately it can only run in 32bit Photoshop for Windows until I can compile a 64bit version.
Here's the link to the plugins:
Or a direct download link:
Check out the interactive particle filters... you can do some interesting things with them.
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