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    Corel Painter blending question...

    Hey there!
    I have just started getting into digital art and downloaded a Corel Painter X trial. I was curious on how to blend easily. Should I blend using the brush or a blend tool?


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    My favorite blending tool is the "just add water" tool under the blending tools menu.

    Additionally, if you hold down CTRL+B (for windows, anyhow...mac is command+B, I think) it will load the brush creator. With the "just add water" tool selected, use the brush creator to set it to "cover" (under METHOD dropdown bar) and "grainy hard cover" (under the SUBCATEGORY dropdown bar).

    Now you have a fantastic blender!
    The Fenriswolf.
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