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    Thick & flattened paint

    How to obtain thick and falttened paint.

    Knife, frost set, wet, pressure 100%, color drag 100% (falloff, drip size, drip spike and drip spread 0%).

    EDIT: Tube paint 100% to add the color and than use the knife.
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    Last edited by Lima; 10-22-2010 at 10:19 PM.

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    Thanks so much dear Oriane, your a real treasure showing us this. I can't wait to try it.
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    Thanks Orianelima

    Have tried adopting your configuration as a new preset
    but a couple of the dials (that should remain at zero)
    keep reverting to 50% despite the fact that I have named and saved the preset.

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    Oooooo!
    Thank you so much Oriane!!!
    So simple and yet So BRILLIANT!!! Truly masterful!
    Thanks again for sharing this!
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    Fantastic Oriane, thank you so much for sharing
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    I just KNEW you were up to tube paint and wet blender tricks you old scoundrel. Perfect little demo. And you sure put this technique to good use. I'd say you've about mastered it.
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    Sweet, might try it later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iceaxe View Post
    Thanks Orianelima

    Have tried adopting your configuration as a new preset
    but a couple of the dials (that should remain at zero)
    keep reverting to 50% despite the fact that I have named and saved the preset.
    Same happening to me. I change the values then save it. Whenever i select it the values revert to default. Any solution?

    Anyhow: That gives impressive effects. Will try it on a new painting

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    Incredible, I did not answer, nor thanked the comments made by all. I honestly do not know what happened.

    Now Iceaxe and Sarjenius, I can not answer that question because I do not quite understand how the presets work.

    I refer to the capacity of Someoanesane to respond.

    Thank you and sorry for the tremendous delay in responding.

    Lima

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