Quote Originally Posted by mjerryfuerst View Post
It seems that real color blending is the less real
I don't know the exact blending mechanics behind the real color blending, Y+B=G thing aside;

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it is capable of producing really clean, vibrant mixes of paint if you work in highly saturated, bright colors, and the paint blends stay pure longer compared to other apps/default blending model.

I don't use high-key palettes that often, but when I do, I switch to real color blending because of this.

most of us actually prefer the way the custom brush tool blends the colors because the nuanced, muted colors are handled better by that, by a lot of artists jump into artrage to create colorful, vivid artwork, and I think they'll prefer to use an extra option to better match their style.