You can use a floating color palette, called the temporal colors palette, that displays in the document window to view and choose colors. To view the temporal colors palette, press Command + Option + 1 (Mac OS) or Ctrl […]
If you make changes to a brush, you should export the brush to prevent the changes from being lost during an application reset. To export the brush, choose Brushes > Export > Brush.
You can improve the performance of bristle brushes by increasing the Feature setting. To increase the Feature setting, choose Window > Brush Control Panels > Bristles and adjust the Feature slider.
You can save the current state of your image at any time, which is called an iterative save. Iterative saving automatically numbers the image file to identify the versions. This is great for tracking the progress of your image […]
Once you complete a brush search, you can save the brushes to a new brush category by holding down Shift and then dragging a brush variant from the list. When you drag the first brush out of the brush […]
You can produce smoother brushstrokes by boosting brush damping. To adjust damping, press Command + B (Mac OS) or Ctrl + B (Windows) to display the brush control panels. Double-click the Smoothing tab and adjust the Damping slider to […]
Are you inspired by the colors in a photo and would like to use them in a painting? In Corel Painter X3 you can transform PNG, RIFF, TIFF, JPEG, and PSD files into Mixer pads. In the Mixer panel, […]
To quickly display a grouping of the brush controls that are relevant to your currently selected brush, you can assign a keyboard shortcut to the Advanced Brush Controls feature. To assign a keyboard shortcut, choose Edit menu > Preferences […]
Corel Painter supports two ways of working with Wacom multi-touch device gestures. You can either work with the gestures enabled or disabled. Change the gesture setting from the application preferences by choosing Corel Painter X3 menu > Preferences > […]
You can optimize the performance of your currently selected brush by turning the Mutlicore brush control option on or off. To access the Multicore brush control option, choose Window > Brush Control Panels > General.