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|Product Name:||Artbreeder for Visual Storytelling|
|Published Artist(s):||Digital Art Live|
Artbreeder is a new kind of image-making and discovery tool that is online and collaborative. Images are ‘bred’ together and users can easily explore and quickly iterate new generations of artwork. Artbreeder is free and allows you to create art in categories such as portraits, landscapes, album covers, and full-bodied characters. Art can be generated randomly from the existing image database, or reference images can be uploaded and blended to make completely unique faces, characters, and landscapes. So far, over 50 million images have been made this way! This tutorial workshop explores the use of Artbreeder for rapidly creating elements, such as characters and locations for visual storytelling. Britta Jacobs shows how she has used Artbreeder to create “storybuds” — short stories emerging from one or a few images generated with Artbreeder. This community workshop discovers how Artbreeder is used for storytelling. The video tutorial includes: Artbreeder work from community members How Artbreeder was used for creating story elements Best practice or tips for using Artbreeder How Artbreeder is used in part of a larger workflow (e.g. using Facegen and Daz Studio) Sample from the workshop
About Digital Art Live We've been connecting, educating, and inspiring digital artists in our weekly live webinars since 2013. Look out for our live events in our DigitalArtLive.Studio forum.
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