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Thread: color dripping?

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    color dripping?

    I have dl a pfd file about painting with watercolors,there where some examples in it of how to blend 3 primary colors to make a great background,in the examples he used a damped surface on witch he put the colors in a way that they where dripping in to each other forming a wonderful blend.
    now i'm trying to reproduce that +- but i can't get it here in Artrage(me that is)
    is there some1 out that can help me a little??

    thx so mucht

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    ArtRage doesn't have a drip feature where paint flows with 'gravity' but if you can post in more detail about what you're trying to acheive, someone may be able to give you some tips about how you might be able to do it in ArtRage.

    Moving this to 'Tips and Tricks'
    Dave
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    I just posted a thread on wet on wet if that is what you are looking for. If not show us what you are after like Dave said, and we will see what folks here can come up with. Also someonesane did a similar effect in this thread here:

    http://www2.ambientdesign.com/forums...ad.php?t=33202

    my wet on wet technique here:

    http://www2.ambientdesign.com/forums...ad.php?t=39300

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    ye i guess that is as close we can get in drip paint?,with a little trial and error we can make it work i guess?

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    Rondo, did you want to share the pdf file? perhaps I can get even closer using another technique or brush... worth a try? love to see the pdf.

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    here ye go with a link for a free e book, but be aware..., this is for natural painting,but i tough? maybe there is something in it that can help me in my digital endeavor?

    http://www.watercoloursecrets.com/ebook.html

    please forgive me if this should be wrong as i know....digital painting and natural painting are i guess 2 different worlds.
    Anyway i hope , if this should turn out good? you will share these link with other?

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