I'm shopping around for a new computer now, plan on getting one soon; which naturally means I'll be getting Painter soon too!
I thought I read that Painter 8 has a mixing pallette in the program? What exactly is it like? Is it accurate to how colors would mix in real life?
I'm practicing on my color mixing (goin through the book "Blue and Yellow Don't Make Green"). Now, I suppose that mixing on a computer will not replace mixing on a real pallette, but I was thinking that it could still get me started off with a basic idea. Or if I feel like mixing, but don't have much time, I could just do it on the computer instead of pulling out the paints.
Now, is it possible to have a bunch of "tube" colors that I predefine, and then mix based upon those? If so, that could be reeeaally cool. If that were possible, and the colors produced were like that in real life, I could just sit there and mix around various colors all the time, just to get a feel for how color mixing goes, heh.
thanks for any responses