What is Picture to People ?

"Picture to People" (P2P) is a huge Computer Graphics project. It was started to create new softwares able to make 2D drawing, 3D rendering, vexel drawing, text effects, photo effects, image filtering and other complex Computer Graphics operations. It has been made from scratch, including its low level Computer Graphics libraries like Maccala. Nowadays, most final features produced for this project are released as free online tools available from its official website. This blog talks about Computer Graphics, mainly concerning Picture to People development.

"Only who makes has true knowledge. Knowledge is control. True power depends on total control. Only who makes from scratch has the real power."

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

The best light text effects ever

If you are used to create some pictures by using your computer, probably you know that creating light effects usually is not a very easy task, mainly if you try to get something really beautiful or innovative.

I'm finishing the development of a new tool totally focused on creating amazing light text effects. As usual for Picture to People softwares, you will not need to have design skill to generate great results with no effort.

After the big success of our generic text effects renderer, this new tool will take our project even more ahead of competitors. We are best and biggest online provider of professional text effects.

Below I show you two teaser images about what is coming, hopefully this year yet. Click a image for a full size viewing.

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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Cartoonize your photos

It was never so easy to transform your photos in beautiful detailed cartoon style drawings. I took some months studying and researching to develop the Photo Cartoon software, but the results are really worthy.

I would like to show you another example about what can be made using it. You can generate smart smooth regions controlling the gradient options and detailed strokes lines by setting the contour interface items (the contour lines can be softer if you desire).

Below you see a very detailed photo used as input and two cartoon images created using my renderer. The first one has more well defined filling regions and very delicate contours. The second example has very large smoothed regions and smartly selected contours lines. Both of them preserve the original details very well.

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