I've been using Painter for awhile, but the number of options in the panels is extreme. I've looked all over for a cheat sheet (or book) that explains all of them, so I can more clearly understand what they do.
So far, I haven't found anything. I see lots of "Here's how you do this" with examples of finished art, but that's not what I'm interested in. Pinterest, etc., has more of the same (but beautiful art).I realize I can now hover over each, and they are somewhat explained, but that's tedious.
Any suggestions? Thanks!
Also looking for tutorials for the various brush categories. Something that explains what the brush names mean would be helpful.Videos are not much use when you're deaf.
Thanks. I think that's an excellent idea and I agree. Written lessons would be a benefit to many artists. I plan to create written versions of my lessons, I just have to find a way to make it work on my end.I did invest money in captioning quite a few of my most popular YouTube videos, you can view those here: aaronrutten.link/YTCaptioned But as you can see, not many of them are Painter-specific. I think captioning my course videos would probably be overkill and would cost a fortune to outsource. However, would there be value in automatic captions to my course videos? I could certainly upload them to YouTube to get free auto-generated captions if that would be a decent short-term solution. Obviously a concise PDF or article would be best, but I'm not yet sure how my lessons would translate from video to text. These are just some of the details I have to work out, but I want you to know that your feedback is shared and is on my radar.Please let me know if you have any other suggestions.