"Kenneth" <kdw### [at] gmailcom> wrote:
> That a really clever technique, and your results speak for themselves-- the wood
> looks very natural! I assume you used eval_pigment in your macro, to pick out
> the colors from the color-palette JPEG.
> My go-to app for image editing is the freebie paint.net; unfortunately, it does
> not have such a palette producer built-in, like GIMP does. I need to search for
> a similar plug-in for it.
> Nice work, and inspiring!
Actually, I rolled my own version of eval_pigment by creating a pigment function
and then just calling it repeatedly as I moved along the palette jpeg. I wasn't
worried about speed since this is something I do in the modeling stage rather
than the rendering stage. (To be honest, I didn't look to see if there was
something built in to do this already...)
-- Chris R.
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