Painting with the Tinting brush


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Painting with the Tinting brush

The Tinting category is designed to apply color to grayscale imagery, like a black-and-white photograph. These variants are used in tandem with either a Gel or Colorize layer. By using multiple layers and layer opacity, an amazingly rich colorization can be applied to an otherwise colorless image. Let's go ahead and take a look at tinting. So I'll go up to the Brush Selector Bar and down at the bottom we'll find the Tinting category. And as I said at the outset, this really has to happen on layers.

It's only through the layers that you get the translucent, transparent quality that is required. And if you don't switch to one of the preferred methods, this is what will happen. You'll just get kind of an opaque over color, and that's not what we want. So let's try the two layer types here. There is Gel, which in this case is very dark, and there is no hard and fast rule to this, but it always pays to kind of look at both of them and see which one works correctly,...

Painting with the Tinting brush
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Painting with the Tinting brush 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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