In Painter my brush strokes are either too heavy or too light. Help!
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Corel’s Painter ships with a huge variety of brushes separated into Categories. Within each Category are a number of Variants. There are hundreds of individual brushes. With so many brushes on offer, how do you pick the ones to use?
That decision is usually based on how a brush stroke looks. While every brush has default settings, the look of individual strokes is based on the general settings of the program combined with the artist’s stylus pressure and speed.
Because every artist is individual, the program defaults may not paint as anticipated. Strokes may be too opaque or not opaque enough, they may not interact with a paper texture properly, or the size-to-pressure ratio may be incorrect. Painted strokes can lack the natural media appearance Painter is known for, and cause artists to abandon the program.
Fortunately, there’s a way to customise the individual painting pressure and speed to suit the each artist’s style. To set the program defaults to your individual stroke pressure and speed you’ll need to use Brush Tracking…
Don’t use Painter’s brushes out of the box. Instead, tailer their way of working so that they best suit your natural painting style. Ar tist ’s s ec ret Get a feel of your brushes which are I like brushes that make marks this I’ll draw more subtle. To accomplish pressure in the with less speed and lighter speed or Scratchpad. There’s no specific results. It’ll pressure to produce different take some experimentation.