- View Offline
- Comparing real-world brush behavior with brushes in Painter
- Saving a brush variant for future use
- Using loaded brushes
- Using sponges and modifying captured dabs
- Drawing with pastels and chalk
- Painting with the traditional watercolor brushes
- Packaging brushes for distribution
Skill Level Intermediate
(upbeat piano music) - Hi, I'm John Derry, and I'd like to welcome you to Painter 11, Mastering Brushes. In this course, we'll explore everything you need to know to take complete control of the versatile and expressive brushes in Painter 11. We'll talk about important characteristics of real world art media, and how those characteristics are recreated inside of Painter. We'll clarify essential terminology and techniques for creating and configuring the hundreds of brush variants.
I'll show you how to get the best performance from your brushes by showing you which brush control adjustments are most effective with which brushes. Finally, we'll explore techniques for designing and organizing your own custom brushes. Painter 11 offers a wealth of expressive tools that simulate the tools that artists depend on, often surpassing their real world counterparts. I'm excited to be your guide to mastering brushes in Painter. Now, let's get started with Painter 11, Mastering Brushes.