Painting with the Art Media Tools

Painting with the Art Media Tools

By Discovery Center Team

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Discover the artist in you with the Art Media tools in PaintShop Pro! This tutorial will show you how to create digital artwork that closely mimics real-world media, pigments, paints, and artists’ tools. We’ll show you how to work with Art Media layers and the Mixer palette, give you a quick overview of the wet pigment vs. dry pigment media tools and other art tools like the palette knife, smear and art eraser. Finally, we’ll demonstrate how to use some of the brushes and how to adjust the various tool options to get just the look you want.

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