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    Blend? does what? AGH?

    yeah that's a stupid question, but one i just can't figure out.

    blend doesn't do anything for me.... just viscosity. when viscosity is at 100 and blend is 0, same thing as both at 100.

    OK. thanks guys!

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    I'm not sure what you are talking about when you just say "blend". Is it the blending brushes you are talking about or?? If so, I can post some examples showing the settings I put on my favourite blenders...

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    i would very much appreciate that (please do so!)

    i was referring to the "Blend" option in painter X (dunno if it appears in any earlier or not. haven't used em.)

    basically it doesn't do anything i can tell... except make me think it'll blend things.

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    WOA, but i just blended out some mad ass textures with a "wetness" of like 12%. as far as i can tell anything past there seems... well, it's nice to get colors that way, but...

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    so my bad. it works with wetness. if this could get deleted.... sorry, hit me three hours later.

    i'm an idiot

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    hmm I guess I was too slow. Anyways. I use normal blender brush and just add water the most. I really had to play around with the settings until I was happy. Good luck, enjoy Painter

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