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    Thanks for the tips.

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    Hi I know this is a late post, but what exactly do
    resat and bleed means. it would be really useful if you explain what they do.

    I understand resat is how much color is dropped on to the canvas, but bleed not so much

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    Very nice Tutorial

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    This is really awesome. Thanks so much for sharing!

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    Thanks!
    I've always heard a lot about how to blend, and then it's just a basic paint two colors and gently blend them.
    This is so informative! Especially for us beginners.

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