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Painter X Inking and Brush Settings

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  • Matt

    Do you prefer Painter X over Photoshop for line drawing?

  • Matt

    Do you prefer Painter X over Photoshop for line drawing?

  • ~JasonC

    I like the ink style. And the video is very nice too.

    So where are those brush settings? (I’m a noob here.)

    I’ve been inking in Illustrator for years with a Wacom tablet, and recently I put myself in the poor house with a Cintiq and Painter. So far Painter seems like a big magilla to figure out (it does WAY more than I need it to do.) I’m having a good time penciling via Cintiq/Painter, for me the big transition is from vector to Painter for inking…

  • ~JasonC

    I like the ink style. And the video is very nice too.

    So where are those brush settings? (I’m a noob here.)

    I’ve been inking in Illustrator for years with a Wacom tablet, and recently I put myself in the poor house with a Cintiq and Painter. So far Painter seems like a big magilla to figure out (it does WAY more than I need it to do.) I’m having a good time penciling via Cintiq/Painter, for me the big transition is from vector to Painter for inking…

  • Dan

    Excellent job..
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  • John

    Great post!
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