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In Painter 11 Essential Training, John Derry, one of the original Painter authors, demonstrates basic and advanced creative techniques that can get beginners up and running. He also shows old hands the new features that can get a creative vision out of the head and onto the canvas. John demonstrates how to establish an easy workflow in Painter by using a Wacom tablet, and he explains how to create, edit, and publish projects. Exercise files accompany the course.
Download the Painter/Photoshop Consistent Color Management PDF and the Brush Troubleshooting Checklist PDF from the Exercise Files tab.
Doodling is one of those terms that over time, it seems like it has picked up a negative connotation. But really doodling is a very useful activity and you can do it anywhere as many people know. I mean, some people just sit and draw. I'm going to doodle a little bit while I'm talking about this and I'm not really even thinking too much of what I'm doing. It's just doodling is the great activity because you're actually exercising and sharpening and keeping sharp your skills, even when you're not thinking about it.
And so, it's like I say, no pain, no gain. Well, doodling happens to be one of the things that breaks that rule. It's not really painful to doodle, and yet you're improving your drawing skills as you do it.
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