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Old 12-27-2006, 07:07 PM   #1
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Default Akvis Decorator

I'm not able to test drive new graphic applications for awhile. But this is one I would like to test. It is a plugin from Akvis called Decorator. It can apply a pattern and color to an object in your photo, and it looks like it might be able to warp to the photo in a bump map way. It can also apply lighting effects. Perhaps the best way to understand this is to simply look at the examples here: http://akvis.com/en/decorator/screen...ge-texture.php

BTW, it does not compete with StyleDraper for pro textile draping. But considering the price, it might be just enough for what you need.

http://akvis.com/en/decorator/index.php
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Old 12-27-2006, 10:32 PM   #2
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That looks very interesting! I especially liked the statue exampe.

Not the sort of tool I might need, but bookmarked anyway.

   
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