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 Post subject: PaintsChainer
Post Posted: Feb 16th, '17, 19:14    


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http://paintschainer.preferred.tech

What it is? It colors your (or someone else's) lineart for you. You can also use the color thing it has to guide the whole coloring more toward what you want (just a small line or even a dot of color will do), but you don't have to. Of course it's not perfect by any means, but it is pretty cool either way and does give some very neat results, and some ideas.

If you don't have your own lineart ready to use (to try it out), you can always use google and search for some coloring pictures for example.

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 Post subject: Re: PaintsChainer
Post Posted: Mar 7th, '17, 21:29    


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Well I've played around with it, tried to use it on my own lineart and it just kind of splashes random watery colour in it. It's clever in that it knew what area was the face, but the rest of colour was kind of... gross.

The small Twitter feed makes it look amazing, such pretty colours and perfectly in the lines. However the reality is that PaintsChainer vomits watercolour over your image and then if you try to use the pen to add specific colour it vomits that colour over the top and makes it too dark, or suddenly the lines don't matter.

Maybe I had a bad experience, I dunno, but I really disliked it. I felt like it didn't give my art any extra qualities or make it any more 'professional'. It's a good laugh, and it's fun to play around with. But it's not something I would recommend any artist to use for their images.

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 Post subject: Re: PaintsChainer
Post Posted: Mar 8th, '17, 22:37    


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For some linearts it's near perfect it's kind of shocking. With the others it falls somewhere in the middle. And then there are those rare few that just look terrible no matter what you do... But yeah, it takes a good lineart + learning how to use it + some time and effort + a pinch of luck with few cases.

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 Post subject: Re: PaintsChainer
Post Posted: Mar 23rd, '17, 21:30    


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Thank for sharing the link, I had a lot of fun trying it out. :qh:

Here's a quick something I did with it's help :mcsquee:
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