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Thread: Paper Reveal Brush

  1. #1
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    Paper Reveal Brush

    Where is it

  2. #2
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    There isn't a tool with that particular name. What effect are you looking for?
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

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    Thanks for the reply.
    The paper reveal brush is a preset mentioned in a tutorial video on YouTube.

    YouTube - Getting Started with ArtRage Watercolors


    I'm not yet allowed to post URLs.

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    Hmm... Okay. According to video description, the tutorial (LINK) goes hand and hand with a magazine article. She calls it a "Paper Reveal Brush", but as you've just mentioned, it's actually a preset. I don't recall there ever being a Preset packed in with ArtRage called "Paper Reveal", so it's likely the preset may have been included with the magazine as a bundle option (on a CD, or via a download link). There's one similar to it, called "Just Water", which can be found under the Watercolor Group on the preset list, while the Watercolor tool is selected. But if you really want to use the exact same settings, I've gone ahead and recreated the Preset for you, using the settings listed on her Settings Panel shown around 6:00 minutes into the video. Just download and save this Paper Reveal.prs file to your Watercolor folder (C:\Users\yournamehere\AppData\Roaming\Ambient Design\ArtRage 3\Resources\Tool Presets\Watercolor). Be sure to close and then open ArtRage again, so that it can register the file for use.
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    Last edited by Someonesane; 02-25-2011 at 09:43 AM.
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    Thanks for taking the trouble to create the preset, I look forward to trying it out. Yes, I think you're probably right the preset must have been available elsewhere at some point.

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    Thanks!

    Thank you for making this!

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    thanks, i love this site you people are so friendly and cool ty

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    Thanks Gaeton.

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    Thanks as well. I'm going to go back over the video again now that I've got the preset made up, and see if I can better emulate what she's doing in it.

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    Thanks for this one! Just have to figure out how to use it but it looks interesting

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