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    Umm, where is the problem?

    Yes, you can do that, just like you can mix oil colours on your palette and keep them while you are painting, duh

    Edit: Basically, you can do whatever you want, as long as it helps you acieve your goal, be it in the canvas, screen, or piece of paper. Don't be insecure in experimenting with practicalities like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndreasM View Post
    Umm, where is the problem?

    Yes, you can do that, just like you can mix oil colours on your palette and keep them while you are painting, duh
    ohh thanx ....is this a common method which is used by the painters ? thanx

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    Quote Originally Posted by agrmrs View Post
    ohh thanx ....is this a common method which is used by the painters ? thanx
    No, I would not say so. Here you can do that because your canvas is empty but generally digital artists have things drawn all over the canvas and have to mix their colors elsewhere (or not at all). For example in Photoshop you can arrange sets of colors with the color swatches window and mix with the color sliders and in Corel Painter, there's even a mixing palette.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouMeng View Post
    No, I would not say so. Here you can do that because your canvas is empty but generally digital artists have things drawn all over the canvas and have to mix their colors elsewhere (or not at all). For example in Photoshop you can arrange sets of colors with the color swatches window and mix with the color sliders and in Corel Painter, there's even a mixing palette.
    thank u so much mate ....gota try that

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