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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason C-M View Post
    I'd love a good rundown on how the resat / bleed / feature blend sliders interact w/ each other
    Resat/Resaturation controls how much paint is on the brush.

    Bleed controls how much existing paint is picked up and painted along with the current color.

    Depending on the relative positions of these two sliders, the brush can be made to work as a blender only, or as a painting brush only, or both at the same time.

    Experiment to find the right slider settings for what it is you want to accomplish.


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    Is there a "best" size to work in Painter? I know the larger you go the more memory intensive the file and brushes become, but is there an optimal size that works best for performance or does it all just depend on the computer you are working on?
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    There's no such thing as a best size, for example:
    http://anry.ru/gallery/cgw.html
    this one was painted with Procreate Painter 7 at 7531 x 10468 (px.) originally.

    I've never worked with images exceeding 4500 px x 3000 px, but I assume that working with 7,5k x 10 k in the recent painter versions will just freaking kill it.
    on the fourth day of glitchmas my painter™ gave to me
    four random crashes, three broken brushes, two system hangups & one corrupted workspace
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    examples

    I would like to see examples of work made in Painter, with reference to the brushes and papers used and possibly a short description of the used method.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ikken View Post
    I've never worked with images exceeding 4500 px x 3000 px, but I assume that working with 7,5k x 10 k in the recent painter versions will just freaking kill it.

    Haha, that and it'll eat up the memory used for undo/redo, leaving you in the mud :I
    You bet I've tried this before and despaired at this limitation...

    So far, these are some really good questions for the F.A.Q.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ikken View Post
    There's no such thing as a best size, for example:
    http://anry.ru/gallery/cgw.html
    this one was painted with Procreate Painter 7 at 7531 x 10468 (px.) originally.

    I've never worked with images exceeding 4500 px x 3000 px, but I assume that working with 7,5k x 10 k in the recent painter versions will just freaking kill it.
    Can you tell me what is Procreate Painter 7??

    thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatejaPetkovic View Post
    Can you tell me what is Procreate Painter 7??

    thanks in advance

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    Hi Mateja Petkovic,

    After Corel bought Painter and other products from Metacreations in Spring 2000, Procreate Painter 7 was the first version released by Corel.

    Procreate was a division of Corel Corporation that handled their graphics products for a short time.

    By the time Painter 8 was released, Corel stopped using Procreate (at least in Painter's product name).


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    This might sound like a stupid question, but how do you turn off tilt recognition for a particular brush?
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    which brush exactly are you talking about?
    if it's any of painter 11 and 12 real hard media brushes, look under window -> brush settings -> hard media and set up min. V min/H min values to 100 %;
    if it's a bristle spray or pixel spray type of brushes, tilt is hard-coded into them
    for anything else, look under brush settings -> size and angle and see if any of those are tilt-bound (but I can't think of any painter brush that is by default)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ikken View Post
    which brush exactly are you talking about?
    if it's any of painter 11 and 12 real hard media brushes, look under window -> brush settings -> hard media and set up min. V min/H min values to 100 %;
    if it's a bristle spray or pixel spray type of brushes, tilt is hard-coded into them
    for anything else, look under brush settings -> size and angle and see if any of those are tilt-bound (but I can't think of any painter brush that is by default)
    Cover pencil. Thanks, I'll try that!
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    I and I know others have trouble getting the Skratchboard tool to be sharp. Atm on mine it blurs when pressed soft and only hardens when hard and full size. I cant seem to adjust it and I know others have the same issues. So a quick sentence on that would stop the same repetitious questions.
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