Landscape Painting with 3 Dab Stencil Brushes

Landscape Painting with 3 Dab Stencil Brushes

By Skip Allen

In this tutorial, Painter Master Elite Skip Allen introduces you to 3 new brush variants that use Dab Stencil technology, including Paper – Digital Watercolor Particle, Flow Map – Texture, and Paper – Sargent. See the different brush strokes and how they each interact with paper grains, texture and underlying color, and get some tips for with multiple layers and adjusting layer settings for different effects. In the second half of the tutorial, Skip demonstrates how he uses these 3 new brushes to paint a landscape.

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Comments (3)

  • pappinr Reply

    The video is really great. I am not sure if it is a function of the Discovery Center, but a lot more reference or links would be helpful to the papers, flow maps, etc would be helpful for us aspiring artists. Colour sets and all the other resources that go into creating these wonderful works of art would be helpful to know unless there are some proprietary rights for these resources that cannot be shared. This is a great beginning, but better links to the tools used would be most welcome.

    June 10, 2019 at 8:42 pm
    • Adam Reply

      Hello Pappinr,

      Thank you for the suggestions! We are always looking for ways to improve our tutorial offerings, and have passed your comments on to the Painter team for their consideration.

      Discovery Center Team

      June 11, 2019 at 9:39 pm
      • pappinr Reply

        Thank you Discovery Centre Team! I look forward to more great tutorials.

        June 12, 2019 at 7:55 pm

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