I'd be really neat if Corel Painter had liquid paint aka fluid art abilities, like it has with watercolor.
If you aren't familiar, liquid acrylic painting techniques produce amazing abstract art:
The main techniques are
- pouring paint directly on the canvas, color by color- pouring colors into a cup without mixing and pouring on the canvas- swiping with cards, strings, brushes, palette knives, paper, etc. - heat gun to move paint and to produce cells
The colors interact on the canvas itself, without blending or merging. They create beautiful lines, swirls, lace, and blotches akin to Jupiter clouds or geode colors. Most people do it with acrylic paints.
I would like to offer this tutorial as a way to create a poured acrylic look with Painter. I am using brushes created by Master Brush Maker, David Gell. He is retired and gave me all his brushes to put on my blog. You can go there and download them for free. I hope you enjoy the video and it is something that you can use today.
Skip, Brilliant use of Painter. You truly are an Elite Master Painter.
I had forgotten about the suminagashi brushes and papers, and distortion ones too.
Excellent video on how to use various techniques to achieve an end result, not normally thought of by Painter users.
I'm off to try to make something exciting with this method.
Thanks Doug and Ron!