Tools and Techniques: Paint with Real Wet Oil Brushes


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Painting with Real Wet Oil brushes

Another new category in Painter is Real Wet Oil. And this seems to be probably related to the development of the Real Watercolor model, and I'm going to show it to you and you can decide whether or not you would want to use it or not. I don't find it particularly as compelling as Real Watercolor, but it does have some very interesting attributes. And let's just take a look. I've got the Real Wet Oils open here, let's get Liquid Oil. And as I paint with this, you'll see similar to what happens in the Real Wet Watercolor, it expands outward a bit after it's been applied.

The difference is, the watercolor model is translucent and colors interact with one another, whereas here, they tend to be more a cover-type model, where it's covering paint and there's some interaction that happens at the boundary between wherever it finds paint. It's got some interesting models like these Erosion Grainy, I think was one I was looking at. See how it's doing a prett...

Painting with Real Wet Oil brushes
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Painting with Real Wet Oil 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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