Join John Derry for an in-depth discussion in this video 2.5D Texture , part of Painter 2017 Essential Training.
- [Instructor] We all know what 3D means, right?…Everything around us has height, width and depth…but what happens when we take a photo…of a 3D object or scene?…A photo can only represent two dimensions,…height and width, and yet our brain…can still recognize the third dimension, depth,…in a photograph.…This phenomenon is often referred to as two and a half D.…The two refers to the height and width…and the half refers to our ability to interpret…highlight, shadow and perspective as depth.…
Painter's Thick Paint and Thick Texture features…utilize a virtual lighting model to provide…the appearance of depth on the 2D display.…The result is as if a painting displaying 3D raised paint…has been photographed and we are now viewing it…on our display.…In this video, we'll take a look at…utilizing this virtual lighting model…to add the appearance of 3D to our otherwise flat image.…We are about to enter the Highlight Zone.…
Okay, now before we get started,…there's a couple things we need to correct.…First of all, I want to do a little bit of housekeeping…
- Working with a pen tablet
- Installing custom content
- Navigating the Painter interface
- Customizing your work environment
- Working with the temporal color palette
- Identifying safety nets
- Resetting brush properties
- Troubleshooting when a brush won't paint
- Drawing with Painter
- Working with bristle, special, and hard media
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 11/29/2017. What changed?
A: New videos were added that cover new features in Painter 2018.
1. Painting on a Computer
2. Navigating Painter’s Interface
3. Customizing Your Work Environment
5. Safety Nets and Troubleshooting
6. Drawing with Painter's Media
7. New Features in Painter 2018
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