Monthly Archives: February 2018
Here are two completed images; one was created in Adobe Photoshop, and the second in Corel Painter:
I think you noticed that the sample created in Photoshop is rougher and more opaque in appearance. While the pattern created in Corel Painter is more manageable, with more pronounced color layers of various elements.
My choice is to have both programs available and use the best of what each of them can offer:
The Corel Painter plugin for Photoshop is currently available, which supports the new features of Particle Brush Technology. It is called Particle Shop and comes with a pre-installed package of brush options, the ability to purchase other modules for drawing hair, fabric, etc. Continue reading
When the background image is completed, the next step is to refine the shape of the main objects of the composition, add colors and increase contrast, as well as add finishing touches and details.
This means brushing. Painter has a longer history of creating natural looking brushes, so it can offer designers and artists a lot more. A particularly useful Corel Painter tool, in my opinion, is the Blender Category.
Painter blenders really mix different colors. Photoshop blending works just like their Finger tool, which is similar to Smear Variant in the Blender Category section of Corel Painter. This is a good option. But he is only one, while Corel Painter offers a large number of different options: Continue reading