Using RealBristle brushes


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Using RealBristle brushes

As I've been mentioning throughout this title, one of the goals of Painter over time has been to match the reality and realism of traditional brush behavior. And in Painter 10, Corel introduced the real bristle control over brushes. This isn't a dab type per se. It's actually a control over the continuous brush strokes that we took a look at earlier. And we are going to go ahead and take a look at real bristle. So I am going to down here to the Real Bristle Brushes category.

And we'll take a look at Real Round and at the same time let's open up the Real Bristle category. I am just going to draw a few sample strokes here. And one thing I want to bring up about the way these brushes work is that rather than hold your pen, and I do this with almost every other tool in Painter that I work with, I hold it more like a pencil or pen style grip. I found with these brushes in particular, it really makes sense to hold it almost like you would a real paintbrush in your hand, an...

Using RealBristle brushes
Video duration: 3m 23s 4h 53m Intermediate

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Using RealBristle brushes 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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