[NetBehaviour] Kandinsky5

Jim Andrews jim at vispo.com
Sat Feb 20 07:34:26 CET 2010

48 images, 1280x1024

The '3d' of many of these is from the shading that results from the brush's 
dynamic opacity. The opacity of a Flash brush can change as the Flash 
animation of the brush proceeds. Also, dynamic opacity of any brush can be 
turned off or on. When it's on, you set the max and min opacity and the 
opacity change rate.  And then the opacity varies from the min to max values 
at the configured rate of change. Also, as a brush moves along its geometry 
or path, there's that motion and also the motion of the Flash animation. All 
these things combine to create shading that often gives an impression of 
depth and texture.


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