How to Paint Portraits Part 4

How to Paint Portraits Part 4

By Aaron Rutten

Learn how to use any reference photo to paint amazing digital portraits using Corel Painter without cloning or auto painting. Painter Master Aaron Rutten paints a self-portrait while describing his process so you can follow along. Impress your friends and family with the portrait painting skills you’ll learn in this easy-to-follow guide.

In this section, you will learn about contouring, highlighting, and blending to make your coloring natural and your portrait seem realistic. Aaron also explains how he sometimes steps back to stare at a photo half an hour in order to figure out what he needs to do next.

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