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    Thumbs up Blending In Ps Versus Painter

    Generally I feel more comfortable with ps, and I use very seldom Painter, for many reason, layers being the main cause, but there is definetly one thing that I love in painter and its the way you can blend underlying colours with new brush strokes. I am not an expert in painter nor ps so please, anyone knows if there is a way to do the same in ps?
    Anybody knows a way to blend underlaying paint with new brush strokes? I dont mean the smudge tool, coz the result has nothing to do with what painter does.
    thank you in advance.

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    Probably the main reason i love painter is this feature of "bleed" and "resaturation". Being able to turn any brush into a blender brush is amazing. So i believe that this feature you speak of is "Corel Painter" only.

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