The Esquisse style turns images into quick pencil sketches characterized by a certain simplicity and confident, powerful strokes.
Adjust the effect settings in the Effect Controls panel.
Pressure. The parameter affects the sharpness and clarity of lines.
Black & White. Enable the check-box to convert the image to grayscale.
Stroke Thickness. The parameter affects the width of the strokes.
Level of Detail. The number of strokes forming the contour lines.
Stroke Length. The parameter defines the size of the strokes. Minor strokes increase the level of detail along the boundaries.
Intensity. The parameter lets you change the brightness of the contour lines.
Level of Detail. The number of small dark strokes that complement the drawing.
Hatching Density. The number of long background strokes.
Intensity. The parameter increases the pressure and color saturation.
Dispersion. The parameter randomly changes hatching. Increase its value to make the strokes more weak and thin.
Stabilization. The parameter sets the ratio between the static and moveable strokes when changing frames.
Post Processing Effects:
Enable the Apply Effects check-box to add additional effects to the converted image.
Shadows. The parameter enhances shadows in the image.
Noise. The parameter adds noise to the image.
Contrast. The parameter increases the difference between highlights and shadows.