Selecting Colors in the Material Properties Window

Selecting Colors in the Material Properties Window

By Carole Asselin

PaintShop Professional Carole Asselin, gives you a comprehensive tutorial of the Material Properties window in PaintShop Pro. The Material Properties window is part of the Materials palette, and offers a wide array of options for applying color, choosing complementary colors, and using gradients, patterns and textures to enhance your designs. Get familiar with the Material Properties window so you can take advantage of the 10 new color palettes and 75 new gradients, patterns and textures in PaintShop Pro 2018!

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  • jean morrissey Reply

    Just tried the Colors/Materials tutorial and was impressed. I found the narration, along with the illustrations, easy to understand .

    However, when I tried the one about new tools, had the opposite experience. No narration and annoying music. Much too quickly moving illustrations and text.

    I am the type of person who learns best in a class and would take one if there was one nearby.

    April 14, 2018 at 8:15 pm

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