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Corel Painter X : Mixed-Up Media - Digital Caricature (part 2) - The Eyes Have It, Plug In That Earring
You can use Create Drop Shadow to enhance the 3D look of the marble. The Layers Palette has created a group for Marble and Shadow, so the shadow occupies its own layer and can be manipulated independently. T
Corel Painter X : Mixed-Up Media - Digital Caricature (part 1) - Exaggerate and Simplify
A successful caricature expresses the essence of a person’s face. Find at least one feature that is distinctive and “push” it. If the nose is long, make it longer. If the chin is weak, reduce it further. I
Corel Painter X : Mixed-Up Media - Isn’t That Special (part 2) - Spraying Color—or Candy
The stroke does look like a spray of lines, and it behaves like members of the Airbrush category in a couple of ways. The spray is directional, depending on the tilt and bearing of your Wacom pen. The bottom of my Furry stroke shows that directionality.
Corel Painter X : Mixed-Up Media - Isn’t That Special (part 1) - Anatomy of a Brush
General gives you the most basic info about any variant. The Dab Type for this brush is Captured, which means it is an irregular shape or group of pixels, such as a small drawing. The shape in this case is a very thin rectangle.
Corel Painter X : Drawing People - People in a Scene (part 2) - Saltwatercolor
We’ll choose brushes from the Digital Watercolor category, and then plunge in a bit deeper than we did with the Spring Flowers project in the previous lesson. Applying the Watercolor Color Scheme from the Underpainting Palette produces the effect in Figure 4.
Corel Painter X : Drawing People - People in a Scene (part 1)
Painter provides most of the same tools for editing photos that you’ll find in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements, though some are named and organized a bit differently.
Corel Painter X : Drawing People - Self-Portrait (part 3) - Let Yourself Go
Multicolor Clumpy Brush strokes look great on the scarf and not bad on the hat. Figure 8 has a detail of this state. I’m going to use my artistic license (before it expires) and explore some painterly effects on the background.
Corel Painter X : Drawing People - Self-Portrait (part 2) - Mix and Match
I really like the colors in the scarf, and I can make them into a color set by dragging a lasso selection loosely around that area (nobody wants a tight scarf) and then using the Color Sets menu option to make a New Color Set from Selection
Corel Painter X : Drawing People - Self-Portrait (part 1) - Be Yourself
Feel free to work with more than one reference photo, combining the best aspects of them in your digital portrait. Plan to use a painting style compatible with your personality and artistic instincts. If you tend to prefer a loose, casual style (as I do), don’t hold back.
Corel Painter X : Drawing People - Portrait (part 2)
Notice that the Resat (resaturation) value for Smeary Varnish is zero, indicating that no new color will be applied. Play a bit with this brush to get the feel of it and consider tweaking its behavior.
Corel Painter X : Drawing People - Portrait (part 1)
Stages in my head study are shown in Figure 2. Using a dark color, establish the major lines and shadow shapes. Work with strokes that vary in direction, following the planes and curves of the face.
Corel Painter X : Basic Drawing - Send In the Clones
We’ve been using only the Tracing Paper feature of cloning so far. You can turn any variant into a Cloner Brush by enabling the Clone Color check box on the color picker. Its icon is a rubber stamp.
Corel Painter X : Basic Drawing - The Pear
It’s a good example of a simple still life subject. It looks good enough to eat and draw (not necessarily in that order). There are other delicious images in the Produce section of the folder. All are ripe for the picking and painting.
Corel Painter X : The Great Outdoors - Just Add Watercolor, Bayside Scene
There are several things we ought to do before we start to render this scene. That wide expanse of sky is not very interesting, so let’s minimize it. Use the Crop tool and your judgment about how much of the image should be eliminated. I decided to include a bit more of the water and pier structure on the right side this time.
Corel Painter X : Graphic Techniques - It is Only a Mask (part 2) - Airless Airbrush
The ideal brush category for working with selection masks is Airbrushes. Traditional airbrushes spray tiny droplets of pigment mixed with compressed air. The instrument connected to that compressed air source is a metal device with a nozzle and a small reservoir for pigment.
Corel Painter X : Graphic Techniques - It is Only a Mask (part 1) - Fancy Schmancy
An active selection of whatever shape has a moving marquee like an animated dashed line. The cute nickname for this is marching ants. You might want to turn off the marching ants (without losing the selection) to see your work better
Corel Painter X : Graphic Techniques - Vector Values
Speaking of categories overlapping, there is some common ground between pixel-based programs, such as Painter or Photoshop, and vector-based products (Adobe Illustrator reigns supreme in that arena).
Corel Painter X : Graphic Techniques - Fine Art Printmaking
A woodcut or wood block print is a labor-intensive technique that involves making several “plates,” each carved into the surface of the wood to generate a portion of the final image.
 
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