Does Clone tinting can be use for color correction ?
Like Aaron rotten gamut masked samples ?
Here are a couple thoughts for you, Krislap...
An important consideration is whether you want to adjust color in local, controlled areas (tint using brushes) vs. adjusting the entire docoument (consider adding layers and applying effects).
If the choice is local, controlled areas then brushes are good option, and yes clone-tinting brushes could be used that way....you just need to set your painting as the clone source (it will take a flattened shapshot of the painting as a cloune source)and paint with the various tinting brushes.
This would be especially powerful if you want to change the look and feel of the of painting while adding tints of color. For example oily, bristled, or 'looser' look and feel that is typical of clone brushes.
If you are ONLY tinting, then NON-cloning brushes such as Glazing and Stroke Attributes may offer more color control because of the blend modes/composite methods offered.
Thank you Steve for your response.
I just want to change the color mood.
So the new clone tinting brushes would not be that useful for me.