Painting a cloned image


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Painting a cloned image

So far we have taken a look at the concept of a source and a destination document and we have seen how you can use a destination document as a sheet of tracing paper. Now, we are going to go another rung of the ladder and actually take information from the source image, funnel it through a brush and apply it to the destination document. So I'm going to go back to my Cloners category and I'm going to go down and I want to get the Impressionist Cloner. So we are going to select that and to do this, we need to initiate the Clone command.

You are going to find that in the Effects menu, down in the Esoterica category and right there you will see Auto Clone and you can also use Shift+Command or Ctrl+G to initiate this command as well. So let's go ahead and initiate it and see what happens. Now what's happening here is it's taking a brush and it's applying the color from the source document through that brush and translating the image into those character of brush marks a...

Painting a cloned image
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Painting a cloned image provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Painter 11 Essential Training

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