Join John Derry for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a collage, part of Painter 2017 Essential Training.
- [Instructor] In this chapter we are going to be creating a collage from several elements. I shot a series of photos this past spring, on Figueroa Mountain in California, during the wildflower season. For this collage I'm going to utilize some of the resulting images from this shoot, as well as a topographic map of the area, as a background. An artists' work that has inspired me for many years, is American master Robert Rauschenberg. Rauschenberg rose to prominence in the 50's, during the period of abstract expressionism in American art.
The intermingling of both photographic and painterly subject matter is a hallmark of Rauschenberg's style. And I'm going to work similarly in this collage. My intention with this piece is to combine a painting of the lupines and poppies that carpeted the mountain. We'll then utilize this painting as a collage element, along with some photos. Let's get started.
- 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
Painting with Particle Brushes in Painterwith John Derry49m 24s Beginner
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
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