copyright 1994 - 2007, Jinny Brown
In August, 2003, one of
our members at TutorAlley Forums posted a message asking how to create
a Corel Painter brush variant that works the way the Bob Ross palette
knife works. He showed us an example done in another program. What it
amounted to, at least in terms of Painter, was a brush that skipped
over Paper texture. There were "holes" in the paint where the
brushstroke skipped over texture as it would in traditional media over a rough canvas or varying levels
of previously painted and dried thick paint.
That's what inspired me
to create Jin's Skip Brush 04©.
I explained to to our TutorAlley Forums member that paint
doesn't have to be smooth in Painter, it can be thick, skip over areas
of the Paper texture ("bumps"), the brush can dry out sooner or later
depending on user settings, and there's a whole lot more you can do to
get effects similar to what he described.
- 2007, Jinny Brown
April 26, 2004
last modified April 2, 2007
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