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February 2010 Artistry Tips and Tricks
The February 2010 issue of Artistry Tips and Tricks shows you how to paint a watercolor portrait from a photo in Corel Painter.
The February 2010 issue is compatible with Painter X and 11.
Painting from photo.
Detail from painting.
Source photo for painting.
Painting by Karen Sperling from a photo at http://www.sxc.hu/.
Topics covered in the February 2010 issue of Artistry Tips and Tricks
*How to know if a photo is a good candidate to be turned into a painting
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February 2010 Artistry Tips and Tricks newsletter
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You will receive the download instructions and password for the February 2010 Artistry Tips and Tricks downloadable Acrobat file after your payment is received.
(The instructions and password aren't sent automatically. They are sent by a person. You will receive them within 24 hours of your order during regular business hours Monday through Friday, Pacific Time.)
Click here to download the SperlingWC brush used to paint the portrait in the February 2010 issue of Artistry Tips and Tricks.
This brush is offered free of charge, and you don't have to purchase the issue to use the brush. However, if you do purchase the issue, you'll learn a lot of techniques for using the brush and for turning photos into watercolor portraits in Painter!
To install the brush in Painter:
Shut down Painter, open the zip file and put the .jpg file and folder in the following location, depending on your operating system.
When you move the file and folder inside the Painter Brushes folder, the brush will become a part of the current library in the Brush Selector.
Thank you for ordering the February 2010 Artistry Tips and Tricks newsletter as a downloadable Acrobat file!
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