Category: Stipplr Product Overview

Stipplr Shape Trace and Raster Effect Overview

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Download The 14 Day Trial Today!

No signup required! Click the Download button below (instructions will follow) and start using Stipplr’s Action presets for free during the 14 day trial period. A more extensive getting started tutorial to install, activate and sign into the panel...

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OPTIONAL: Creating Unique Compositions

Designers can go further by applying multiple Stipplr Actions on the same photo and then compositing the results into a unique piece of art. Interested in learning how to composite multiple capture shapes to create a specific...

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Capture Shape Results in Seconds!

All shape and raster results captured with Stipplr are stored within a Smart Object directly above the source image layer. Stipplr is non-destructive, the original source image photo remains below the captured shape result…

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Click the Action Preset Button

The Stipplr Action Details page displays a generic preview of the current preset capture Action along with the Action preset button. Click the button to begin capturing the shape…

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Choosing the Action Preset

Finding an Action preset in the Stipplr panel can be done by viewing categories or entering search terms at the top of the panel. Once an Action preset is found, simply click on the desired items from...

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How Does It Work?

Stipplr works by stitching together existing features within Photoshop to simulate capture shape results similar to those created with Adobe Capture. To begin a capture shape process a designer must: Select a photo layer in Photoshop (left...

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Overview: What is Stipplr?

Stipplr is a collection of hundreds of Photoshop Actions each designed to do the following: Simulate a simple vector trace capable of generating a wide, range, of capture shapes. (Results can later be composited to simulate various, graphical,...