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by Peter Wassink
Yesterday, 21:23
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: multipy mode difference
Replies: 35
Views: 10602

Re: multipy mode difference

haha.. oh no we keep going from one confusion to the next.... you say: "... blending rendering depends on the layer you select." what do you mean there? i though the effect of a blendmode only depends on what is on a layer and in what order the layers are stacked... and that which layer is selected,...
by Peter Wassink
Yesterday, 21:13
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: extra color groups
Replies: 8
Views: 193

Re: extra color groups

Wow! yes very nice! :D Could you make it that the color settings can be set globally? Perhaps as a setting in the preferences? because now every project has its own colorgroups presets. So if you create a colorgroup[setting for a certain project you would have to load it in for every shot or else it...
by Peter Wassink
Yesterday, 21:02
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: FX Stack management
Replies: 2
Views: 36

Re: FX Stack management

in older versions of tvpaint you could switch the FXstack to only allow one FX.

Maybe you set the FXstack to that setting in your older TVpaint version?
(it doesn't make sense really, but that's all i can think off)
by Peter Wassink
Yesterday, 12:58
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: multipy mode difference
Replies: 35
Views: 10602

Re: multipy mode difference

well, in the movie, the bottom layer (with the greyed out 'tint'blendmode which should display as if in color mode) did not display the red spheres.... but it should in color mode... that is why i was confused about the movie the image is a mock-up of what i expected to see... in the movie i did not...
by Peter Wassink
25 Nov 2020, 22:40
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: multipy mode difference
Replies: 35
Views: 10602

Re: multipy mode difference

oh but does the second proposal work?

it seemed as if the 2 red ellipses layer, with the greyed out 'Tint' Blendmode was not in blendmode color?

hblendmodes2.png
by Peter Wassink
25 Nov 2020, 22:26
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: multipy mode difference
Replies: 35
Views: 10602

Re: multipy mode difference

Yes greyed out!
This second proposal is even better as a UI then my idea, because it also signals that the blendmode is not actually doing anything while at the same time it tells the user what the layer will do if you move it up!.


Wonderfull Xavier this is great! Good work. :mrgreen:
by Peter Wassink
25 Nov 2020, 22:05
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Tips For Coloring Image With Open Lines
Replies: 2
Views: 70

Re: Tips For Coloring Image With Open Lines

you can create a second 'hidden layer' on which you draw lines to close the gaps.(i would recommend a distinct contrasting color)
you can switch that layer off (hide it)

and then in the C&T layer set both layers as source.
hidden lines c&T.png
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hidden lines c&T2.png
hidden lines c&T2.png (36.69 KiB) Viewed 63 times
by Peter Wassink
25 Nov 2020, 17:03
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: multipy mode difference
Replies: 35
Views: 10602

Re: multipy mode difference

I understand what you are doing. and it is a visually elegant solution... but as a user you loose some control and oversight what i mean is i would like it to be like this: If you drag the above layer below the bottommost layer, it becomes the bottommost layer so its blending mode changes to color b...
by Peter Wassink
25 Nov 2020, 16:59
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: multipy mode difference
Replies: 35
Views: 10602

Re: multipy mode difference

i understand, i am just arguing that you should not hide it (even though it is considered to be blendmode 'color')
by Peter Wassink
25 Nov 2020, 13:14
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: multipy mode difference
Replies: 35
Views: 10602

Re: multipy mode difference

to clarify... what happens if you drag the top layer in your example down...? it becomes the bottom layer... only you can no longer see what blendmode it used to be. and what happens when you shift it back up ? will it still be multiply? Or is shifting a layer tot the bottom a 'blendmode reset?' I t...
by Peter Wassink
25 Nov 2020, 13:09
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: multipy mode difference
Replies: 35
Views: 10602

Re: multipy mode difference

But why not leave the Blendmode label and selection options where they are, for that bottom layer? TVP can just ignore what it says. That way its more flexible for the user. in your example you can set the bottom layer (yello red) to multiply (but as its on the bottom it keeps behaving as color) But...
by Peter Wassink
25 Nov 2020, 10:03
Forum: Off Topic Discussions
Topic: Your animation progress - what's your preferred way?
Replies: 5
Views: 12893

Re: Your animation progress - what's your preferred way?

I recommend to read some books on he topic, like "Drawing with the right side of your brain" by Seamus Culhane. Despite the esoteric titel it gives solid advice. btw... :wink: Drawing with the right side of your brain is a book by Betty Edwards. I really enjoyed it, though not sure if the science p...
by Peter Wassink
25 Nov 2020, 09:49
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: AA coloring issues
Replies: 6
Views: 101

Re: AA coloring issues

Xavier wrote:
25 Nov 2020, 09:39
The multiply blending mode is a pain to do. I also have an aliasing issue...
Yes i imagine Aliasing is hard to get right
i'm not sure what multiply has to do with this issue specificly, could you elaborate?
by Peter Wassink
25 Nov 2020, 09:36
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: AA coloring issues
Replies: 6
Views: 101

Re: AA coloring issues

yes we are currently struggling with this issue.
And when i revisited my post, i saw you suggested i put it here.

i mean this a-symmetrical filling.
we use the C&T and these edges cause us problems in compositing.
colo&texture-AA-issue2 .png
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by Peter Wassink
25 Nov 2020, 09:29
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Applying Transform Tool On Just One Frame
Replies: 2
Views: 97

Re: Applying Transform Tool On Just One Frame

The transform tool will only apply on the selected frame(s).
If all frames are transformed, this must mean you have selected all frames before you applied the tool.