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ok. i'm trying some color stuff. i'm in painter 6. i have a base layer for some hair set to multiply. now i'm trying to add some highlights on a layer on top of the base one. i am using the round water brush on the highlight layer. the problem i am having is that when i try to lay down the round water brush it starts off white and then the color comes as i progress with the stroke. i have run into this before but am wondering if there is a way to change the settings so i don't have that initial white appear. thnaks. hope this makes sense.
oh the highlight layer is set at default.
I sort of remember this problem...did you check the Corel site to see if there is still a Painter 6 update you could download? I vaguely remember a fix for this, but I may be off on my versions...since I moved to ver.7 some time ago -- a major improvement.
If you can possibly do it, move up to ver. 7; a lot of these kinds of issues have been solved.
i have 7. i just work between the two sometimes. thanks.
Thanks for bringing this up keyth, was hoping for a solution of this problem for a while. Never thougght off checking for updates of Painter6, though.
hey taff. did you get the patch to work? whenever i try to open it after downloading.....it searches for painter 6 and then i get "this program not responding".
somebody hep hep hep hep hep me please.
as I recall the install directions have to be followed exactly. I think it took a couple of trys with me...
taff/keyth/gekitsu -- ?did the 6.1 update require a fresh/clean install of painter 6...or am I thinking of the upgrade to ver.7 ???
i still gacn't get it to work.
there is a 2 pixel delay in the wacom tablet.
you can turn it off.
it a default for those that cant double click
using the pen tool.
it a shoot hope that might help.
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