NOTE: Please post video links only in this thread. For links to tutorials found on other sites, see thethread linked below and if you have any off-site tutorial links to share, please post them in that thread:Tutorials on Other Forums - Drop Links in HERE
I guess videos fall best under the category of Tutorials even it they're sometimes only painting or drawing demonstrations. We can still learn from them!
With your help, this thread can grow to contain a good collection of links to free Corel Painter videos, all in one place and easy to find. If you come across more links to free Painter videos, feel free to post them
in this thread. Thanks in advance for your participation! To get this started, here's a nice little video demonstrating digital inking over a pencil sketch and using Painter's (I assume) Rotate Page tool:Digital Inking Charlie Part 1 (sample)Also check the other Corel Painter videos listed under Related Videos on the right side of the page.
Hi Karen, The Windows media player files have sound but nopicture for me. I downloaded them fine, am using win xp sp2 with latest win media player. The you tube vids work fine, but I would like to see the bigger wmp files.
One of my all time faves. Thanks for putting this here.
Corel UK posted the tutorials at both their site and You Tube.
You'd have to direct your questions to them--you can post a message to them at the You Tube site.
Doug B said: Hi Karen, The Windows media player files have sound but nopicture for me. I downloaded them fine, am using win xp sp2 with latest win media player. The you tube vids work fine, but I would like to see the bigger wmp files. Thanks
Doug and Karen,Using WinXP Home SP2, I just downloaded the first of Karen's videos on the Corel site, extracted the ZIP file into a new folder, double-clicked the .WMV file, and Windows Media Player opened (version 11.0.5721.5230).I got both sound and images, though the movie was rather small in the maximized Windows Media Player window. Still large enough, along with Karen's thorough naming of everything, to see and follow easily.When there's more time available, I'll probably download and watch the other videos too.Didn't check the YouTube videos.It's a well done video, Karen. Thanks for creating it and making it available for Corel to share with us.It demonstrates clearly that Auto-Painting doesn't have to be a one-click process and definitely requires an artist's eye and hand for a beautiful result.Cheers!Jinny