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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.
Painter is driven by the artist's hand. By utilizing the hand's motions, the artist can express him or herself through the mark-making process. The human hand is an amazing expressive instrument. Painter captures the hand's unique expressive motion via the pen tablet, a special input device allowing you to use a pressure sensitive stylus to draw and paint directly on your digital canvas. Through the stylus, you are able to express yourself through Painter's wide range of mark-making tools.
Painter is stocked with natural-media tools. It's like having a complete art store available at any time. Use a traditional approach to create art from scratch. Treat digital photographs as wet oil paint and apply natural-media tools to create a painted result. Apply expressive hand input to unique non-traditional, out of the box media like the image hose. Painter's brushes are unmatched in their ability to emulate traditional media. Besides creating imaginary from scratch, these tools can be applied to existing images like photographs to imbue them with a natural media characteristic and don't forget those not so natural tools for a totally unique experience.
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