My new video tutorial series has been released by VTC today here:
The first 18 videos are free to watch. The total series is 8 hours long and covers the entire brush engine in-depth. I worked very hard to make sure users of all levels will find something useful to their particular workflow in this series.
I've been eying that tutorial for a long time...but I'm on the edge to decide should I go with the 30$ monthly for the vtc subscription or wait for the 70punds for the single tutorial.But I loved all the free videos.
Finaly some tutorial that goes deep in the brushes and how they work.Up to now,for me, all tutorials were really shallow on that part.
I would probably opt for just paying the $30 for one month -- this way you can watch as much as you want in the month, and if if you find that you really want to own something you can go back later and pick it up.
I'm not sure if the version to own is really available yet (it is listed) -- I haven't received my copies at the very least.
Just finished your tutorial.It was awesome.A great guide for anyone starting with painter like myself.I finaly know what to do to make the brushes work for me.Thanks!
I am glad your electrical/wacom issue got sorted out and you enjoyed the series :)
Sorry for replying here once more.But to report something concerning the same electrical issue.To not write an overly long post,I'll just mention that my motherboard died just few days ago.So I decided not to go to a computer service but to do it myself.I've been around computers ever since I was 6 and had changed all parts on computers except CPUs and motherboards.I always thought that one has to be in really deep knowledge about that.But again long story short,I found out that was not so.So I decided to order a motherboard and fix my problem on my own.So I got it and after watching some tutorials about motherboard installations I was quite afraid of static electricity.So this is why I noticed something on the box of the board.It stated that it had "protection against static electricity".Still I did everything by the book in connecting each component.After installing and everything loading just fine I decided to see will I have the same issues with the scratchboard tool.Again long story short,because I've changed places and now I will be in an apartment that is on the 7-th floor and I doubt that I can ground the PC like I did before.So I loaded painter...and...no problem at all.The only issue is visible in setting the dab type to watercolor.But that issue will clear once I get my UPS here as well.Wondering is that just the apartment being grounded well.I tried the same brush on painter on my laptop.And when if the laptop is connected to an ungrounded outlet it gives the same distortions and when it is just on battery it works just fine.Well when it was connected it got amazing distortions.Not so subtle like before.When I tried only on battery it worked fine again.So to summarize the whole post(and sorry Jason for ruining it,but I hope someone with the same issue might find it useful),getting an motherboard that has a static electricity protection also helps to remove the problem.Although it might not be the cheapest solution out there.
That is really excellent information! I am sure many people can benefit from the knowledge that a smart purchase when shopping for new PC motherboard can also be protection from this issue.
The original class was for Painter X3, there is now a new class for Painter 2016 but it is in Haitus due to bugs in the recording process -- I will update here when the issues are resolved.