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  • Done with Painter X

    A couple of paintings I did with Painter 10..enjoy
    Posted to Share your work (Forum) by Harryduse on 03-28-2014
  • Opening .mov files in Corel Painter X

    I'm trying to create a short animation in Corel, which I've done before a few years back, and wanting to open a .mov file in it. For some reason it is allowing me to open one .move file but the one I actually want keeps telling me 'cannot open file' Does anyone know why this is, or what...
    Posted to Corel Painter X (Forum) by alexandramp on 11-28-2013
  • MXSMaker: Free Image to Mixer Pad Converter

    If you've ever wanted to load a regular image or photo into Painter's Mixer panel as a starting mixing canvas, this is the tool for you. Convert any JPG, PNG or GIF image into an Mixer Pad file (.mxs). Large images are automatically resized before the conversion. Transparency is also preserved...
    Posted to Sandbox (Forum) by Chris Price on 06-09-2011
  • new to painter 10

    i have painter 10 and am totally new at the art of doing any, (including real, not just digital) painting. i have found numerous tutorials, all of which are video, that do nothing to really guide me as i go along. my preference would be to learn by having a printed tutorial for a particular project....
    Posted to Corel Painter X (Forum) by chessmaster2000 on 05-09-2011
  • Re: brushes

    Hi I believe that Painter X comes with Painter 6 water colour brushes. In the default layout, the brush selector is to the top right of the screen attached to the property bar. If it is not there then maybe reset your workspace by holding down SHIFT when opening Painter. ( export your current workspace...
    Posted to Corel Painter X (Forum) by John Vincent on 03-17-2011
  • Banding from Photoshop CS4 images...

    Running Painter X on a MacBook Pro with Snow Leopard OS. Not always, but often, when I open a Photoshop TIF image in Painter X banding lines appear at the bottom of the image. They then obviously reproduce in the Quick Clone mode. What causes this? What is the solution? Thanks! -JLM
    Posted to Corel Painter X (Forum) by equinoxtwo on 07-08-2010
  • Painter X - Mouse pointer randomly goes left

    Hello everyone, im an avid Painter user and i recently bought myself a new tablet. I was very enthusiastic about trying out my new gear in Painter X but whenever i start to draw, mouse pointer randomly draws a horizontal line in left, it happens in every brush/pen, does anyone encountered a problem like...
  • Re: Exporting files with transparent backgrounds

    Hi This may be one way: First, any extra layers need to be collapsed to just one layer above the canvas and all channels created in the channels palette need to be deleted. Select the layer above the canvas with the image. Use the channels palette and Load Channel As Selection (selecting replace selection...
    Posted to Corel Painter X (Forum) by John Vincent on 04-26-2010
  • Tribute to Rembrandt van Rijn

    Rembrandt always inspires my with his use of light that I wanted to make a painting of the original painting of Rembrandt himself. This painting is digitally painted in Corel Painter X, there is no cloning used, I started out with a blank canvas. I only added two texture layer in Photoshop to enchance...
    Posted to Share your work (Forum) by Odwin on 04-22-2010
  • Belongings

    I thought that I would post my latest Painter X painting- "Belongings". To create this image, I started with a basic trace of the figure from a photo and built an environment using shapes as the base, before painting and adding lighting...
    Posted to Share your work (Forum) by John Vincent on 02-17-2010
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