Using cloners


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Using cloners

The Cloners category variants work in concert with source and destination imagery. With this relationship established, the colors of the source image can be funneled through a cloner brush, and impart that brush's expressive characteristics to the destination file. Beyond the Cloners, almost any brush in Painter can be easily called into service as a cloner. Let's go ahead and take a look at cloning brushes. I'm going to start off by giving you a little demonstration of what often happens when people first encounter cloning and aren't aware of this source and destination image relationship.

They'll though often get to a cloner brush, which we've got here in the Cloners category and start drawing. And without any knowledge of what's going on, they'll wonder where are these funny colors coming from? And the way that cloning works in Painter, there must always be a clone source established. So if you haven't even gone in and created a source and destination f...

Using cloners
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Using cloners 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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