Using manual controls for auto-painting


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Using manual controls for auto-painting

We are now going to take a look at Manual Auto-Painting and you may be scratching your head, how can Auto-Painting be manual? Well that actually can, because we are going to be in the Auto-Painting palette, but we are going to shut off Smart Settings and Smart Stroke Painting. What that does is it now gives me access to all of these controls, which before were under Automated Control. Now, I'm going to set everything about the Brushes and the thing that this really opens up is the fact that you can use any Brush in Painter to do this as long is it set to be Cloning, which opens up the expressive door much wider than it was capable when you were simply relying on a narrow set of variants.

And so for that reason alone this is worth investigating and the other reason to do this is important is that by manually controlling this you are still letting Painter apply the brush strokes but you are deciding exactly how the brush is working in this more or less automated hand and let's go...

Using manual controls for auto-painting
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Using manual controls for auto-painting provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Painter 11 Essential Training

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Design
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Painter
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