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    test2 water color brushes

    Hello - first testing of the water color brushes. I don't use water colors in a quite a traditional manor. Started painting with water color and tempera paints (often mixing them without knowing any better), whilst looking at realistic oil paintings for inspiration. So I will render this out quite a bit more. Hope they can find a way to add a gravity pull to the color wash bleed.
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    Very good start...!!!
    Regards from Chile
    "El arte no reproduce lo visible. Lo hace visible" Paul Klee

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    Looking good.
    Geoff

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    Cool

    For a gravity pull, try roughing your canvas up a bit, and then scudding a bit of crayon for texture over the top, then blend lightly. Also play with Gloop Pen, that will give you clear transparency. I also do a selection line before hand to keep things where I want them. :0)

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    Thanks much! I am looking forward to making this software tool part of my regular creative arsenal. I like the way it is loose - like real media - as opposed to using Photoshop techniques (which are not too similar to the way things are done traditionally) to create the illusion of traditional media.

    baby steps forward - still getting the hang of the water color brush (and only little pockets of time here and there to tinker)
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    Quote Originally Posted by copespeak View Post
    For a gravity pull, try roughing your canvas up a bit, and then scudding a bit of crayon for texture over the top, then blend lightly. Also play with Gloop Pen, that will give you clear transparency. I also do a selection line before hand to keep things where I want them. :0)
    would love to see a script of this Robyn!

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    beautiful portrait. love the hair. finely done! was amazed that you did it in watercolor.

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    Wow. So well done!

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    Very beautiful all around!

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