Modifying stroke behavior with Expression


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Modifying stroke behavior with Expression

The Expression Settings drop-down menu is found in several of Painter's brush control palettes as we will see throughout this title. This setting is used to utilize a specific form of real-time input to dynamically control a brush stroke's behavior. For example, pressure is often used to dynamically control brush size. Lighter pressure results in smaller stroke and heavier pressure results in a lighter stroke. By constantly expressing pressure to adjust a brush's width in this case, the artist's expressive intent is communicated via the stroke.

So, we are going to take a look at how size controls a brush in this case and we will go to the Window menu, drop down to Brush Controls, and this time I will select the Size palette and we're going to examine how size specifically controls the Scratchboard tool in the Pens category. And if we look at Size, we will find that Expression, which is always the way you will discover where this is if it controls an aspect of a brus...

Modifying stroke behavior with Expression
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Modifying stroke behavior with Expression provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Corel Painter 11: Mastering Brushes

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Design
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Painter
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