Accessing favorite brushes using the Tracker palette


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Accessing favorite brushes using the Tracker palette

So we've learned how to store brushes in a custom palette, but the one gotcha about it is the fact that if various variants from the same category are being placed in here, they will use the same category icon. And as a result I either have to memorize in my head what these are in their order, or I've got to always do what I'm doing here, which is hover my cursor over each one of these icons to remember what it is, and it's a bad practice that forces the user to have the mapping his head.

It would rather have the map out in the world, and then in this case, the map is the interface, and actually there is a way around this issue with yet another palette in Painter. Now, I'm going to open up the Tracker, and right now I have got to clear of anything, but I want to show you how it works. So right now, I've got this Dry Bristle brush selected. I'm going to draw with it and you'll see it's just stored it in there. What this is creating is a brush history. If...

Accessing favorite brushes using the Tracker palette
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Accessing favorite brushes using the Tracker palette provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Painter 11 Essential Training

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Design
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Painter
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