Using sponges and modifying captured dabs


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Using sponges and modifying captured dabs

One of the novel uses of sponges as a mark-making tool is as a graphic stamp. A natural sponge's structure is made up of a complex cellular arrangement, contained within a three-dimensional volume. The surface of this material presents a complex organic structure. Dabbed with paint and used as a stamp, the surface can create an amazing texture, especially when overlaid with multiple colors. In this movie, we'll take a look at how this variant is able to apply this texture as well as discover what a gaping opening it makes for creating a wide variety of other brushes.

Let's take a look at sponges. I'll go up to the Brush Selector Bar and we will drop down here Sponges and we're going to work specifically with the Sponge tool and the first thing you want to know about this brush is that it takes advantage of what's called the captured dab. And if you look at the Size palette, you'll see that rather than just a simple circle, we've got a very complex pattern ...

Using sponges and modifying captured dabs
Video duration: 8m 4s 4h 53m Intermediate

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Using sponges and modifying captured dabs 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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