How to use Cloning Part 2

How to use Cloning Part 2

By Heather Michelle

In this Corel Painter tutorial, we continue our previous lesson on how to turn a photo into a painting using the cloning feature. Understanding how to manage your workflow and the differences between formats can not only save you time, but keeping organized can also help you stay focused on what matters, your painting.

In this tutorial you will learn:

  • The difference between Quick Clone versus Clone
  • Tips on saving stages of your progress
  • Why save as uncompressed?
  • Why use the .rif save format?

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