Stroke Raster
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Creator:  Jürg Lehni
Date:  29. June 2006, 01:47

The Stroke Raster changes the stroke width of a given graphic object according to the gray values of the pixels in a raster image.

Please note:

This script is now included in the Examples/Rasters folder in the Scriptographer package.

help :)
From:  sym
Date:  25. March 2008, 22:20

Very nice effect but how do you do?! i chek but nothing happened ;(
Can you help me plzzz??

Re: help :)
From:  jd
Date:  30. October 2008, 23:10

I'm curious what settings you used to create this example?

Re: help :)
From:  Maria Monteiro
Date:  23. April 2009, 16:06

What about cs4? Does it work?

Re: help :)
From:  aml
Date:  18. November 2009, 22:01

hmm. on cs4. not sure how to work this one. just makes a really strange repetition of "graphic item" i select along with the raster. how exactly is this supposed to work?

Re: help :)
From:  Epco
Date:  2. December 2009, 12:28

Works in CS4 here. There are two variables:
Grid Size: How big will every pixel be transferred into the graphic object (so 2 is 200%)
Stroke Scale: How thick should the stroke of the graphic object be scaled?

Take into account that the source image will have a line for every pixel, so don't take a high-res image! Try first with something like 100px x 100px or so.

Re: help :)
From:  Eugene
Date:  22. October 2011, 18:47

eror 24: include is not funtional
Line: 1

  • > include(raster.js")

Does not work. What to do? (adobe cs4)

Re: help :)
From:  Bruno B.
Date:  8. November 2011, 13:02

eror 24: include is not funtional
Line: 1

> include(raster.js")
Does not work. What to do? (adobe cs4)

me too!

Re: help :)
Date:  8. November 2011, 14:43

You have to make sure the script Raster.js (included when downloading Scriptographer) is in the same folder as the script you are running.

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