Brushes: Tracking and Brush Property

Brushes: Tracking and Brush Property

By Jeremy Sutton

Painter Master Jeremy Sutton shows you an introduction on how to customize Painter to your touch and adjust size, opacity, squeeze and angle of your brushes in part 5 of this series of Painter for Beginners.

You will learn about:

  • Setting up Brush Tracking for better control.
  • The Brush Library.
  • Setting size, opacity, squeeze and angle of brushes with shortcuts.

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