Getting the most out of the Poured and Framed scripts

Collection of videos going through the fine art of tweaking and playing with the Poured and framed scripts so you will obviously need to have them installed. If you’re new and don’t know how to install scripts, please view the tutorial on how to install scripts.

Shortish introduction to my new Poured and Framed scripts. Based around frames for an image (if you like). Shows how to have a folder of images to read for some of the scripts that will display an image in the centre. Others are just regular frame types to do what you want with.

The poured scripts are to simulate poured paint (well, some of them), and are there just to play with and see what you come up with. Don’t forget if you use the scripts and post images online, post a link to the scripts at the website.

Playing with Poured Scripts Part Two

In this next video, we go a little further and learn how to add an image to the output of the other scripts in the package. Also, how to create multiple layered versions of the script output and manipulate those.

You can find the scripts here, and again, if you post images generated with them, it’s required to post a link to the download with your image, so that others can try them out and word gets round in the community.

Adding a Photo to Poured Scripts

There’s a script among the poured scripts that allows you to add your own photo. You’ll have to add it manually because I couldn’t figure out how to do it with the script. This video will walk you through the steps of adding your photo to the frame.

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