Hello again starving
artists, animators, wafflers and howlers.
Here's another update on PD Pro 8: More Tutorials
on new and improved features, less time to take
advantage of the pre-order savings specials.
- New Tutorials, Pigment Profiles and eMaya's Music - Motion
- Massive Price Drops on earlier/older versions
- Only a few weeks (days?) left
- Watercolor Lifting
Here we go...
Pigment Profiles and more
We have added a bunch of new tutorials with
Version 8 over the last few days. See them in the
If you noticed the introductory, soothing music
entitled "Andersen", and you liked it, please
feel free to explore more samples. It is from
Jose Luis Suazo's eMaya music: http://www.thebest3d.com/music/jls
calculations to find out where your pixels
you've followed my tutorials, you know that I
(Philip) am a bit obsessed with the MPM, the
Motion Prediction Module. I've covered it in more
tutorials than any other feature. And right as I'm
typing this I am thinking of yet another two or
three ways to show it off, to show its merits.
Stay tuned for more motion estimation examples. In
the meantime, we've gathered all of the tutorials
We have recently
dropped the prices on most of our products,
including PD Particles, PD Artist, PD Pro 3, 4, 5,
6 and 7. This is of course a prelude to
releasing version 8 very soon. We don't want to
keep just the latest and greatest version out
there. We want to make the earlier versions
available for those who are on avery tight budget.
If you've been saving up for v5 or v6 your wait
may be over.
Here are the new
............... $8 PD Artist 1
................ $9.97 PD Pro 3.5
................. $10 PD Pro 4
................... $29 PD Pro 5.1b
................ $44 PD Pro 6 Howler
............ $53 PD Pro 6 Artist
............ $39 PD Pro 7 Howler
............ $89 PD Pro 7 Artist
If you can't
afford version 8 yet, even at the pre-order
discounts, perhaps you can afford a prior version.
If you're using the freeware version 1.2 at the
moment, this may be your new chance to go Pro.
example (using Translucent Watercolor). First we
painted a brush stroke in a wave from left to
right in blue, then we painted short dabs in
light yellow across the blue. The ones on the
left have very low value of lifting, the ones on
the right side have high lifting values:
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