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  1. Painting of Canyon

    Reference: Thomas Moran.

    I really like the fact the oil brush aspect can be changed. I Also appreciate using pens with low opacity to glaze and recover "some" of my color errors. As I have "real blending" enabled, I often get into situations where a sharp green will appear when I don't really want to ... although it makes sense. I have used "auto-dry" to prevent that, but I still miss and the glazing option allows for more subtle adjustments. I need to check the forum to see if there are other technics out there for that type of use case.







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    Nice Philippe!

    Can't really help you with your questions as I paint in watercolours.

    Brett
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    You have used perspective (and tiny trees) to give the impression of great height. Do you need to have real blending enabled?
    June.

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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Enug View Post
    You have used perspective (and tiny trees) to give the impression of great height. Do you need to have real blending enabled?

    Hi June,

    Some day I hope to find time to paint(a lot) with real oil or acrylics. That is one reason I always try to keep real blending enabled; to be ready for that day

    Frankly, the surprises I get with real blending are not that troublesome. They keep me on my toes actually as, I feel, "RGB" blending generates "muddier" artifacts that are harder to catch.


    Regards,
    Philippe

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