Learn how to use Photoshop's natural media brushes, bristle tips, Mixer Brush, and textures to create beautiful, expressive digital paintings.
- Digital Painting (10)
- Design Techniques (2)
- Drawing (2)
- 3D + Animation (1)
- Digital Publishing (1)
- Photography (1)
Learn how to use Painter's new particle brushes and dynamic speckle brushes. Learn how to control the size, shape, density, and randomness of the effects, and use the brushes to paint stars, dust clouds, and other physics-inspired elements.
Learn how to use Photoshop's chalk and pastel brushes to create convincing dry media artwork, and optimize the settings for digital drawing and painting.
Create more engaging portraits by enhancing eyes with Photoshop.
Learn to paint on a digital canvas with the original digital painting software: Painter. Find out how to use Painter 2016 to create stunning works of digital art.
Express the creative artist in you. Learn how to use Painter 2015 to create stunning works of digital art.
Learn all about digital painting: mixing paint, working with layers and brushes, using color creatively, sketching, and painting with photographs.
Get your creative ideas out of your head and onto your canvas. Learn the essentials of working with Corel Painter X3, and get started with digital painting.
Learn how to set up and master your Wacom tablet in ways that streamline your work, expand your creative options, and lighten the load on your wrists.
Demonstrates Painter 12 creative techniques that will get beginners up and running, and shows old hands the new features that can get a creative vision out of the head and on to the canvas.
This course will show the basic and advanced creative techniques used to get a creative vision out of the head and onto the canvas.
Delves into Painter X's tools, palettes, materials, and brushes; conveys artistic concepts like simplicity and proportion.
An overview of the Corel Painter IX interface, a review of basic tools, and tips on working with a Wacom tablet.
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