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  • Re: Painter Classes at LVS Online

    Painter Brushes I and II have now begun, however if you wish to join, contact the registration page at LVS Online . As week 1 has just begun, you will have time to sign in. Also the same for The Art of Collage. Coming soon...... PhotoPainting & Portraiture so watch this space!
    Posted to Painter Class Announcements (Forum) by Maureen on 11-01-2009
  • Painter Classes at LVS Online

    Learn about Painter's brushes at LVS Online - Where Learning is Fun! Registration is open and a six week class costs $30.00 US If you are a returning student you will only pay $24.00 US. Introduction to Corel Painter Brushes I Introduction to Corel Painter Brushes II The Art of Collage with Corel...
    Posted to Painter Class Announcements (Forum) by Maureen on 10-17-2009
  • All Things Painter Webinar: Introduction to Portraiture

    As digital cameras and inkjet printers become ubiquitous, more and more Painter users want to create expressive portraits of friends and family. But where to start? For this 1-hour All Things Painter webinar , I'll provide an instructional demonstration that illustrates my approach to expressive...
    Posted to John Derry's PaintBlog (Weblog) by John Derry on 10-07-2009
  • Re: A Painted Letter

    Hi Jinny, Thanks for the comments, here is another Painter work ... One in a series of paintings (both oil painting and digital) resurrecting the character from "Minnie Cunningham at the Old Bedford" (1892) by Walter Sickert as part of my current project putting 'Minnie' in to contemporary...
    Posted to Share your work (Forum) by John Vincent on 10-03-2009
  • Intuitive interface

    I'd love to see Painter loose the blocky 'floating palettes and tools' and go for more contextual and less cluttered workspace. ArtRage seems to have a more intuitive 'fun' interface. The tools selector (bottom left) uses large clear icons, without intruding on the main work area...
    Posted to Suggestion Box (Forum) by guthriej on 09-22-2009
  • Painter Watercolor Webinar Update

    A quick clarification: I had erroneously displayed the start time of next week's All Things Painter Watercolor Webinar as 11:30 Pacific Daylight Time. I've managed to confuse myself—as well as everyone else. Here are the correct startimes in different time zones: 11:30AM PDT 12:30PM MDT 1:30PM...
    Posted to John Derry's PaintBlog (Weblog) by John Derry on 08-21-2009
  • August 28th Painter Webinar Topic: Watercolor Technique

    For this All Things Painter Webinar, I'll be focusing on achieving the look of Watercolor with Painter's brushes. Digital Watercolor is one of those mediums that requires a bit of cheating to get an authentic look. I'll be describing how to use Painter's Digital Watercolor brushes, as...
    Posted to John Derry's PaintBlog (Weblog) by John Derry on 08-17-2009
  • All Things Painter Webinar with John Derry

    I've been graciously asked by Karen Bonaker of the Digital Art Academy if I'd like to do a Painter webinar. We've arranged a date, August 28, from 11:30 to 12:30 MDT. I'm letting attendees determine the topic areas of this session. As an attendee, you can submit topic suggestions as a...
    Posted to John Derry's PaintBlog (Weblog) by John Derry on 08-05-2009
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    Posted to Share your work (Forum) by Odwin on 06-29-2009
  • Portrait of a young woman

    This painting is based on a stock photo made by Katanaz : So a big thank you to Katanaz for this Painting is done with Painter X and Photoshop. Follow link for high res version : Odwin
    Posted to Share your work (Forum) by Odwin on 05-05-2009
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