Mixing Paint

Mixing Paint

By Skip Allen

The Mixer Pad feature in Corel Painter Lite allows you to create a custom color palette to suit your needs by mixing and selecting paint colors, just like if you were using physical paint! You can also access Mixer Pads made by Painter Lite Masters to see what amazing shades they have created. This tutorial will show you how to use the Mixer Pad tool to customize your colors, as well as how to save a document to ensure you never lose a masterpiece.

You will learn how to:

  • Access the Painter Lite Mixer Pad.
  • Explore Painter Master’s premade Mixer Pads.
  • Create your own Mixer Pad.
  • Save your documents.

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