Welcome from PaintboxTV founder Jeremy Sutton.
Short guide to finding your way around the PaintboxTV interface.
In depth look at Impasto, plus an equine portrait painting demo.
Setting up a project folder and sub-folder structure and file naming system and RAW image preparation for painting.
Several photo composition techniques demonstrated, including cropping, adding canvas and combining images.
Setting a convenient source/painting image arrangement plus choosing a background and opening additional reference images.
Learn how easy it is to generate variations on your source image and add these to your Clone Source panel.
Get started with quick, large non-clone brush strokes.
See how I go about gradually developing and resolving the quick rough “muck up” into a more detailed painting.
Finishing the digital painting with final fine tuning, creating focus and adding accents.
Learn how to capture a custom paper texture, vary the paper scale, and adjust the layer composite method and opacity.
Learn to capture a masked pattern and apply it using the Pattern Pen Masked variant onto a layer for maximum control.
Demonstration of the Impasto Oil brush, including adjusting some of the Advanced Brush Controls for finer control.
Look at brush variants that have the Impasto effect but are not in the Impasto brush category.
Learn how Liquid Ink brushes can be made to look like thick impasto paint….
A close look at the thick paint on some of Vincent van Gogh’s paintings.
A look at the three variants and one effect in Painter that include Van Gogh in their name.
“Speed painting” – see how I created an Amsterdam scene using the Van Gogh brushes.
Introduction to a twelve part video series on my post-print painting techniques.
Visit the art store and get your tools and materials.
Tips on preparing rough edges in your digital file prior to printing.
Fix your print before painting on it.
Gel your surface, following the forms of the composition and generating a painterly finish.
Lay out your colors on a palette (of the non digital kind!)
Time to start painting!
Palette knife painting technique demonstrated.
Demonstration of brush work on the canvas, including glazing techniques.
Stretch your canvas.
Some closing words encouraging you to go for it with your own post-print painting!
And just one more thing….:-)