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  • Impasto Printing Problems

    I am having a problem printing surface texture. I am using Painter 2015 with an Ebson Stylus Photo R2880 printer. Impasto flattens out completely as If I did not use it at all, of course it looks great on my monitor but does not print. Has anyone had a similar problem? Any tips would be much appreciated...
    Posted to Corel Painter 2015 (Forum) by SGunnery on 09-06-2014
  • Painter 15 on a Cintiq 24 HD Touch

    Is anyone out there having a problem with the stylus pen not laying down paint or drawing on a Cintiq 24 HD Touch using a Mac Pro. All drivers and software are up to date. My stylus/pen will only paint/draw sporadically. It works, then no paint, then works, then doesn't work...all in the same stroke...
    Posted to Corel Painter 2015 (Forum) by gail demonet on 08-26-2014
  • This is not about Painter 2015 specifically, however is a brush "ing" question!

    Hullo everybody, it's been a long while since I came up with a question, but I've seen my self deeply addicted to painter lately, mainly after I've started sculpting wood and then working at the pictures that I've taken from it.... and now I really love all this chemistry, now, having...
    Posted to Corel Painter 2015 (Forum) by graphicvince on 08-23-2014
  • Lost all custom brushes

    I was creating a quick-clone painting using custom brushes in Corel Painter 12. When I saved the partly complete picture, Painter somehow added a tiny selection to the painting. How this happened I can't imagine. When I reopened the painting, I found the brushes will not mark on the picture, or on...
    Posted to Corel Painter 12 (Forum) by donrose40 on 07-15-2014
  • quickly switching from dirty mode to normal mode - or dipping your brush in paint when needed

    Maybe I'm completely overlooking something - I'm a starter with X3 - but how do I work in such a way that I can decide 'on the fly' whether I want new paint to be loaded on my brush with the next stroke, or not. I've discovered the dirty mode, which won't load new paint with each...
    Posted to Corel Painter X3 (Forum) by widorgel on 05-29-2014
  • Can anyone figure this out?

    I set my brush to a grainy soft brush, but it's making this issue here and it's very odd. Can someone help me?
    Posted to Corel Painter X3 (Forum) by AlstonA on 05-14-2014
  • Disappearing(Invisible?) Brush Strokes

    I was working on a project in Painter 12 and all of a sudden, the brush strokes would no longer appear. The old ones were there, but any new strokes were apparently no longer be visible. I tried different types of brushes and pens, all with the same result. I don’t know if the strokes are invisible...
    Posted to Corel Painter 12 (Forum) by adezzani on 02-13-2014
  • Free Pencil Brushes

    This is currently my best pencil brush -- meant to be used with default basic paper and a regular wacom pen (not artpen). Get it here -- for X3 only. Enjoy! Best, Jason.
    Posted to Tips & Tricks (Forum) by jason_maranto on 02-12-2014
  • problem child, again.

    I have 3 NEW questions: 1) Skip, I can't seem to get "thick and thin" from your HOS Florals set to work on any layer. I reviewed your utube vid on why paint brushes won't paint on a layer, but none of the suggestions seemed to apply. Also, as part of the review, I went to caarry out...
    Posted to Corel Painter X3 (Forum) by KHD on 01-30-2014
  • New Van Gogh Brush

    I have always thought the "Van Gogh" brush that ships with Painter doesn't look like something Van Gogh would have actually liked using -- so I tuned it up. Dowload it here (for Painter X3 only). Enjoy.
    Posted to Tips & Tricks (Forum) by jason_maranto on 01-30-2014
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