Turn Witcher 3 into a Painting with Topaz Simplify
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by Rathan kumar.Muthyam
31 min ago

Thanks for sharing and detailed production breakdown

i thought there wouldnt be anything better than akeytsu for creating easy animations. im happy if i am proven wrong.

Keith, I just wanted to stop by and say: Thank you.

Turn Witcher 3 into a Painting with Topaz Simplify
13 July, 2016

There’s a whole bunch of screenshots at imgur, showing how you can build beautiful painting out of Witcher 3 screenshots.

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Topaz Simplify is a very nice photo-editing program, which sort of does something similar to Prisma for iOS. Basically this software uses a set number of filters that change the look and the style of your photo, making it a digital painting. But what if you use in-game screenshots instead of paintingsю

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With this new software you don’t just pick a filter from a list. Topaz Simplify gives you a set of tools to create art that only you can make. You can build a wide assortment of effects such as watercolors, oil paintings, cartoons, charcoal drawings, sketches, and more.

The program combines four key areas:

1. Edge tracing

Automatically trace the important edge features in your photo, and then modify the tracing if needed. (For example, make the lines thicker, ignore weaker lines, etc.)

2. Details

Independently adjust smaller image detail to add interesting textures with finer control.

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3. Large image features

Create an artistic base for your work by removing unwanted image elements. One of Simplify’s most magical features.

4. Original enhancement

Make the final result look more natural by intelligently merging it with parts of the original photo, which is also enhanced.

Source: Topaz Simplify/imgur

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