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    Emulating this look

    Which tools in Painter would achieve these sorts of textures, particularly the face, the hair, the eyes, and the various surrounding details?

    I understand the skin has a pastel look, but I am wondring which brush or settings under pastel or oil pastel is best for skin and texture.
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    Digital watercolors mostly and opaque brushes. I don't go by the default brushes since I don't like them.
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    I ran into this tutorial on 3d Total. May be of some use since it's Painter related:
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