Dynamic Auto-Painter (DAP) is a world-class leading software to automatically turn a photo or a 3D rendering into a great looking painting inspired by some of the most famous real world artists.
This is not your ordinary photo-to-painting effect! Instead of changing the pixels of the photo itself, DAP uses the input image only as a guide to paint the scene with many different brushes and guided by real-world artists inspired techniques. We spent years of researching the technique of famous painters in order to be able to closely mimic their style of painting, something which has never been successfully done in an automatic computer painting program before.Looks like a real painting One thing that puts DAP above others is that the output images will look like a painting even in small size (for example resized on web or looking from a distance when printed). This is normally a common deal-breaker with all automatic filters which when resized down will look simply like a processed photo.
Looks like a painting up-close.
Looking at details you may think we are showing you a real canvas. An in some sense it is actually true. There is an option in the software called Real Canvas that simulates the way a real canvas or artistic paper interact with the paint. There is enough details even for a largest print.
Never paints the same image twice
Not only do you have a large variety of painter styles, you can choose different impressions and palettes. However even with the same settings the brush strokes will differ from one image to another as would do with a real painter.
The new version is a fully mature professional software that adds many tools and presets for ultra realistic complex details and brushworks. With the right subject, it is capable of producing large, highly detailed paintings that look real and organic while still keeping a distinguishable style of a real painter.With the new Outline, Layers, Material and Real Lights the canvas become truly alive with scratches, dried paint and bumps. Great for application where close-up detail is important such as very large prints