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Alrighty! This one is a doosey, tried to cover a lot for this concept. This is for my still life class, and I was working with the prompt of Time. I was thinking of originally working with an animation and capturing each frame so it combined all into one singular image, but after jumping back into Quill I wanted to see if I could push the painting feel some more.
I stuck with the basic stroke structure, not full on painting but simple enough with the forms for them to be understood. At the same time, I wanted to experiement with painting objects in both a 2D and a 3D manner. The best example of this is the falling glass that starts off as 2D mostly flat paintings, that then shifts into 3D volumes as it rolls on the table, to then again 2D as it falls off.
I used the post effects to try and make it more “painty” with SSAO slightly there to help push the brushrokes out a bit more ( very subtle, but something to test and play with more! ) and color correction to get the right levels of brightness.