Revistas do software AKVIS AirBrush: Efeito de aerografia

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Leia artigos sobre AKVIS AirBrush, o software que converte foto em pintura.


AKVIS AirBrush — Revistas:

AKVIS AirBrush 6

(L. Davenport, Silicon Mountain Macintosh Users Group, 07/2018)

Akvis AirBrush comes as a standalone program and/or plugin that can be use to convert your images into AirBrushed works of art. For those of you that are not familiar with airbrusing, it is a painting technique where an artist sprays color onto the canvas rather than brushing it on. This gives the finished artwork soft edges and a unique look. You have probably seen examples painted on the sides of “tricked-out” semi-trailers or on the occasional vintage car. <...>

You are not limited to using Akvis AirBrush on your photos. You can also use it on your 2D artwork or 3D renders. <...>

With all of the ready-to-use presets, it’s very easy to come up with interesting artwork.


AKVIS AirBrush V.5.0

(Michael Kleper, The Kleper Report in Digital Publishing, MMXVII, No. 263 v.20.3)

AKVIS Airbrush V.5.0, available both as a Photoshopcompatible plug-in and standalone, simulates the effects of a touch-free air brush or spray gun. Imagine an Elvis painting on velvet, or red and orange flames on the side of a monster truck.

The spectrum of airbrushing media includes ink, watercolor, oil, acrylic, and gouache. The application of any of a variety of media to a digital image can materially change the perception of the shot from photo-realism to artistic interpretation.


AKVIS AirBrush v.4.0

(Michael Kleper, The Kleper Report in Digital Publishing, MMXVII, No. 262 v.21.1)

AKVIS AirBrush v.4.0 does an incredible job of simulating the effects of using an airbrush or spray gun. The results of applying simple controls are awe-inspiring and nothing short of amazing.


AKVIS AirBrush

(Linda Cameron, The Finder, Mid Columbia Macintosh User Group, 09/2013)

AKVIS specializes in standalone or Plug-in filters which can turn your photos into interesting artwork.

In the old days of film photography, an airbrush was a small, tool used to spray photos using ink and dye. It was to touch up and make a photo look better. Most of the gorgeous models and celebrity photos we see have been "air brushed" but nowadays, using electronic tools in Photoshop.

AKVIS AirBrush comes pre-configured with 40 presets that you can choose from. Each one is editable and you can save your changes and add as new presets.


AKVIS AirBrush 2.0

(L. Davenport, Silicon Mountain Macintosh Users Group, 08/2013)

If you have ever been to a Semitruck show, you probably have seen a lot of airbrush artwork on the sides of the cabs (tractors) or even on the sides of the trailers. They are beautiful. Well if you ever had a hankering to try airbrushing but never got around to it or didn’t have the “mucho dinero” needed for the equipment, here is the next best thing: AKVIS AirBrush.