View Full Version : WaterColor with Sticker Spray Brushes

04-08-2010, 07:31 AM
I was recently made some Sticker Spray Brushes and found that they are quite capable to emulate different mediums if used right.

There already have some watercolor threads.. which are interesting. I want to share my personal WaterColor brushes presets here. I included strange example image which try to explain how these works.

These Fake brushes works much faster than ArtRage "real" watercolors and you can get almost same result with these.. if you use Layers and Blending modes.


PS. ask if you are not understand what I mean. I try to learn english and this is my strange and twisted way to learn. :D

04-08-2010, 10:46 AM
Thanks for your presets, all of them are so awesome (the ones in your first post included too). One watercolor question though - I have tried to blend blue with yellow and get green like you did, I havenīt had any luck yet - how do you achieve this, what am I doing wrong (I do have the blend mode set to multiply)?

:p annesofi

04-09-2010, 04:34 AM
Annesofi, if you want mix blue and yellow to get green, you should separate these two colors to the different layers. The upper layer blending mode is then set to "multiply" mode.

I think that "blend" is bit misleading word in here because you can not Mix and Blend colors in one Layer and one single stroke..
..you have to jump back and forth between these layers to achieve pleasant effect.

But I still think this is quite fun and fast way to get nice watercolor effects.

- There is a picture I made. I hope that it makes any sens. :)

Tone =]

04-09-2010, 10:34 AM
:o Oh now I understand, thanx a lot - so kind of you to explain. Play timeīs up now...


04-11-2010, 12:16 AM
Thanks, this is Cool :D

05-30-2010, 04:21 AM
Since these files are preset files, not sticker files, could you please tell me where to load them?


05-30-2010, 06:21 AM
Since these files are preset files, not sticker files, could you please tell me where to load them?


Following these steps will open the correct folder for the sticker spray presets:

Open ArtRage Studio or Studio Pro
Select the Sticker Spray tool
Open the Presets Panel
Click the Menu tab located on the Presets Panel and select the Open User Tool Presets Folder option
If you've left the ArtRage program open after step 4, you'll have to close the program and re-open it before the prs files will be present for use.

06-03-2010, 02:39 PM
I appreciate the instructions.