Painting with a Drawing Tablet

Painting with a Drawing Tablet

By: Cher Pendarvis

Incorporate pressure sensitive memory that will adapt to your particular touch. Simply provide a sample of your stroke in the Brush Tracker to globally set sensitivity, or save your pressure for each of your favorite brushes. Essentials will remember and respond accordingly. You will learn about:

  • Using Brush Tracking to customize pressure,
  • How firm and light pressure impact brushstrokes,
  • The differences between hard and wet media

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