How to Paint with Real Watercolor Brushes in Painter 12


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Painting with Real Watercolor brushes

With the release of Painter 12, it now has three, count them, 3 variations on watercolor media: digital watercolor, which is Painter 2's original take on this elusive medium, watercolor, which is Painter 6's physical modeling-based extravaganza, and now Painter 12's real watercolor. Why so many variations? Well, each is a child of the times, specifically the area of computing bandwidth, each version was engineered in. Painter 2 was released in early 1993.

At that time, the processor speed limit was 33 MHz and about 136 maxed out megabytes of RAM. When Painter 6 came out in 1999, processors were at the 333 MHz limit and had about 768 MB of RAM they could work with. Today, Painter 12 is at home in a 64- bit operating system, running multiple core 2.88 GHz processors, high performance GPU graphics acceleration, and 8 GB of RAM.

Because digital watercolor emulation favors a computationally expensive physical-based model, each iteration of Painter's watercolors has been necessarily ...

Painting with Real Watercolor brushes
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Painting with Real Watercolor brushes provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Painter 12 Essential Training

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