Join John Derry for an in-depth discussion in this video Drawing with bristle media, part of Painter 2017 Essential Training.
- [Instructor] Now that our sketch is done,…we can paint in the wildflowers.…I'm going to paint these in a fairly simplified manner,…with a single short stroke indicating a petal.…I'll additionally intersperse the flowers…with both blue and purple variations.…I'm using the Mixer Pad,…where I've mixed several colors together.…Let's take a look at our painting in progress.…Here we are on our painting,…and before we get started let me show you…some of the other possible variations on brushes…that I could have used for this.…
There's several in here,…and I chose to go with the Acrylics and Gouache category.…One of the reasons for that was I was looking…for a basically opaque style of paint application,…rather than one that's transparent.…And I've got several opportunities in here to do that.…Here's one, and it's okay,…but I really don't see much in the way…of brush hairs in it,…and so that sort of knocked this one out.…I mean they look a little bit like…funny colored sausages or something.…
And then Captured Bristle,…
- 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
Painter: Painting with Particle Brusheswith 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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