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Old 01 January 2005   #1
Prisma Color Brush, Any ideas?

I am trying to create a nice prisma color brush in Painter, any one have a place to start.
 
Old 01 January 2005   #2
If what you are looking for is something to emulate the PrismaColor Design Markers, I grabbed the set from Planet Shane and imported them into Painter IX.

After I imported them, using the instructions found in the Painter 9 User Guide.PDF, I created a custom pallete and then had to go through and set all the default variants to use the proper percentage of RGB values.

If Jinny could chime in on what files I need to zip up, I would gladly upload the converted Concept Brushes for all to have! Help Jinny
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Old 01 January 2005   #3
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These are some sketches I did for Neville Page's class 2 terms ago. I want my prisma color sketches to look lke this. If I tilt the pencil at a certain angle I can fan out and shade with it.

I'd be very eager for any help to make a varient like this.

 
Old 01 January 2005   #4
Originally Posted by mhovland: If what you are looking for is something to emulate the PrismaColor Design Markers, I grabbed the set from Planet Shane and imported them into Painter IX.

After I imported them, using the instructions found in the Painter 9 User Guide.PDF, I created a custom pallete and then had to go through and set all the default variants to use the proper percentage of RGB values.

If Jinny could chime in on what files I need to zip up, I would gladly upload the converted Concept Brushes for all to have! Help Jinny


Hi,

Since they're really Shane Caudle's brushes and he put a lot of work into creating them, I think the appropriate thing to do is to contact him, let him know you've updated them for Painter IX and send him the files so he can share them via his website. Also let him know you'd like to share your translated version, with credit to Shane each time you share them, and make sure he has no problem with that.

He'll probably appreciate both the work you've done and the courtesy you extend him by letting him know, sending him the translated brushes, and letting him know you want to share them with others.

In fact, it may be a relief to him to know someone's done this... finally.


He'll be able to tell you which files to Zip and send to him.
 
Old 01 January 2005   #5
You are correct, Jinny. Why I didn't think of just contacting Shane is, at the moment, beyond me.
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Old 01 January 2005   #6
At last! Someone translated Shane's markers!!! Whoooooaaaaaaa! Please, please do what Jinnie says as soon as possible, and thank you very much for your efforts!!!
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Old 01 January 2005   #7
I also would love to see those brushes translated. nice job!
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Old 01 January 2005   #8
I sent an e-mail to the address on his page, and it bounced. So, I'm not sure where to go now.

Any ideas, anyone?
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Old 01 January 2005   #9
hmmmm, i wonder what the deal is. Maybe theres somekind of a copyright loophole that says if you can't contact the author for permission to use, then you can use the brushes (in this case till you hear otherwise). Obvuiously not to discredit shane (and i'm sure that we'd all credit his work), but if he really can't be reached then it'd be a shame to waste the work put in on the brushes. Anyone know the technicalities of copyright in this sort of case?
 
Old 01 January 2005   #10
I say release the brushes as a credit to him. I am sure he would apprecaite it.
 
Old 01 January 2005   #11
i agree! If he reallydoes object them they'll have to be removed, but i as i imagine many people here would be happy to help if it were my brushes. As long as credit is given
 
Old 01 January 2005   #12
I agree completely. I tried too to contact Shane with no success. I think there's no copyright involved in this case. Even Shane offered to the wide public his brushes, and I guess he should be glad to know someone made them available to new users, of course, alwayse giving credit to him as the original one.
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Old 02 February 2005   #13
Could be sweet if I could gets my hands on the IX version of Shanes brushes
 
Old 02 February 2005   #14
If the guy who intially offered them can offer them we would all appreciate it.
 
Old 02 February 2005   #15
Yeah, this thread seems to have died recently. Any chance of getting these posted. The way i see it is that we've tried to contact him but can't. If he objects they can always be taken down. I know if they were my brushes, i'd want people to share them. So..... can we get these put up somewhere?
 
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