A look at diverse artwork, customized brushes, fill bucket usage and black line technique.
Learn how to sketch a still life using Painter 2016.
Layers, composite methods, layer masks, Fill tool Tolerance and Float Copy are just some of what we covered in this PainterLab.
Special guest artist Karen Bonaker covers great techniques for organic watercolor and thick paint looks.
Live demonstration of iPad portrait sketching with various apps.
Drawing exercise with five different types of brushes: inky, pencilly, oily, watery and crazy!
Ideas for completion. Here is a real life case study of an example of “finishing workflow” and experimentation.
Multi-layered monoprints to understanding the Float Copy and drawing effects on a Liquid Ink layer.
See how a complex rich surface structure can be built up.
Apps and techniques for making pencil sketches on your iPad.
Introduction to iPad art basics: choosing a stylus, installing apps and organizing your albums.
Learn a versatile expressive photo paint workflow in Painter 2016.
An overview of some of the iPad painting tools, apps and accessories that I use and recommend.
Learn two ways to organize your favorite brushes in Painter 2016: custom brush categories and shortcut palettes.
Visual summary of all Painter 2016 brush variants from all categories.
Simplifying the dry grainy media contained within four different brush categories.
A look at some of the great Blender brushes.
I demonstrate all 9 variants in the Artists brush category, working on a painting of a Dutch bicycle with all of them.
How to know which brushes work with the Sample Multiple Colors dropper tool.
Explanation of Brush Looks in Painter 2015.
Some ideas for emulating in Painter 2015 the way paint builds up when applying thick paint with a palette knife.
Demonstration of the new Painter 2015 Particle brushes in action.