Start of a photo collage project.
A look at brush making in Painter 2019.
Welcome to Painter 2019!
Overview of some extra Painter brushes.
Introducing my new Van Gogh Inspired brush category.
Introducing my new Van Gogh Inspired brush category.
A look at artwork sent in with a focus on texture.
Look at effect of spacing adjustment on brush behavior plus demo.
A quick look at a thick painted artwork followed by start of Painter 2018 painting project.
Auto-painting, Impasto and Layer Masks in Painter 2018 are the main focus.
Printing, thick paint and compositing for painting.
A look at thick paint.
Bearing versus rotation, thick paint and textures…just some of the topics.
Review of new Painter 2018 features.
From watercolors and the Temporal Color Palette to collage layer technique.
Look at Monet and de Kooning inspired Painter artworks plus some painting and collage technique.
Revisiting some easily overlooked great brushes and effects!
Topics covered include applying Color Schemes and the Match Palette effect. Ends with look at side-by-side Matisse / Diebenkorn comparisons.
A varied session that ranges from Liquid Ink and layer techniques, to canvas printing resources and textures.
Inspirational art by birthday artist Samuel Peploe, plus scripts, impasto technique and more…
A look at ways to use the texture painting capabilities of Painter 2017.
A look at fine tuning and enhancement brush work, and at the use of varying texture scale.
A look at glazing brushes with some side journeys into nozzles and text.
Further review and demo of Dab Stencils and Texture Painting
Introduction to Dab Stencils and Texture Painting in newly released Corel Painter 2017.
Featuring live demos from the wonderful guest artist Corel Painter Master Elite Claudia Salguero!
Look at use of white-board, selection portfolio and pattern brushes. Discuss scripts and drippy strokes.
Topics covered include demonstration of the Effects / Esoterica / Growth effect on layers to create tree like patterns.
A look at diverse artwork, customized brushes, fill bucket usage and black line technique.
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.
Multi-layered monoprints to understanding the Float Copy and drawing effects on a Liquid Ink layer.
Discuss direction of brush strokes, splattery brushes, and look at some other cool brushes.
Discuss and demo finishing, layer blending, picking up underlying color and impasto surface effects.
Discuss brush customization and watercolor blending, and look at use of “Upside Down” technique.
Quick overview of Painter 2016 with a look at a few Dynamic Speckle brushes.
Marathon PainterLab session that ranges from Deb’s urban sketching to a Warhol screen print technique.
Look at Gauguin-inspired images and then a Whistler-inspired demo.
Cassatt-inspired attendee artworks, capturing color sets and Gauguin-inspired demo.
We look at the story behind my portrait ‘Brad’, then look at Particle brushes and finally a short Cassatt-inspired demo.
This month’s birthday artist is Joseph Mallord William (J.M.W.) Turner.
Birthday artist is Mondrian. We take a look at his work and I do a demo inspired by his example.
Birthday artist is Renoir. We take a look at his work and I do a demo inspired by his example.
Review of the PaintboxTV latest videos and discuss color profiles, Mixer Pad, and programming your Wacom tablet.
Demo of making a a sketchy / water color style portrait from scratch using layers, Real 6B Soft Pencil and Bristle Brush.
Discuss variety of technical and artistic points, including how to know which brushes take advantage of the Art Pen rotation.
This Clinic focuses on painting portraits and eyes.
Explanation of process behind painting of saxophone player.
Overview of what’s new on PaintboxTV and then look at artwork from four PaintboxTV Premium members.
Introducing Painter 2015. Demo is a collage based on images from seeing Paul McCartney live in concert.
Demo on bicycle image.
In depth look at Impasto, plus an equine portrait painting demo.
A look at the results of last month’s homework assignment, a combination of single line contour drawing with mid tone color exercise.
Learn about capturing and applying photos as patterns and Image Hose nozzles.
I demonstrate the new brushes included in the Painter X3 Extra Extras download.
Learn how to use layers with multiple clone sources plus a single line contour / mid-tone color combo technique.
Learn how to pick and apply multiple colors, how to add an impasto look to your art, how to make the most of custom papers, and how to work with layers.
A look at dry brush effects using Liquid Inks, drips effects using Flow Maps, working into eyes and backgrounds, and how to record and then replay a painting using the Scripts panel.
Look at Impasto and other brushes useful for painting rocks and other textures landscape scenery and objects.
Review layer basics using Magic Wand tool, Free Transformation and Reference Layer. Clarify difference between clone sources and layers.
Learn about Reference Layers, Layer Masks, Text, capturing Custom Papers, Preserve Transparency, Pick Up Underlying Color, environmental maps and installing third party plugins.
In this first anniversary PainterClinic 12 I create a self-portrait from direct observation.
Ways to add a more painterly finish to photographically precise details in paintings.
What’s new in Painter X3 plus an introduction to my new Painter X3 workspace.
Continuation of the exploration of new features in X3 and use of my custom X3 workspace.
The difference between the three Watercolor categories in Painter: Digital Watercolor, Real Watercolor and Watercolor.
This session looks at a variety of Watercolor brush looks.
Pencil / watercolor wash sketch technique using a ballerina photo as a source reference image. Includes demonstration of color variability brush controls.
We cover many areas during this session, including beginnings, watercolor layers and cloning.
How to virtually tone a canvas, then do a preliminary sketch before clone painting and conveying movement through brush strokes.
Capturing a brush dab and creating a new brush. Painting grass and a portrait.
Overview of the workspace, then a look at Skip’s impasto painting, referencing Dutch artist Roos Schuring, using some of Skip’s fabulous brushes.
Work from member photo which is also loaded into the Mixer pad for reference. Use a wide variety of brushes.
Demonstrate using a variety of brush variants, mainly Den’s Oil Funky Chunky and Sargent with a touch of Sunburst and Artist’s Palette Knife, while working from member photo.