Using the Growth Effect to Create Foliage

Using the Growth Effect to Create Foliage

By Don Seegmiller 

Here is a quick and easy way to add foliage to your Painter artwork. In this tutorial, Painter Master Elite Don Seegmiller will show you how to use an Image Hose brush and the Growth effect to generate branches. You will learn how to experiment with the various settings of the Growth effect to create some random patterns on separate layers, and then use this group of layers to create a nozzle for a new Image Hose brush. Once you have your Image Hose created, you are ready to paint!

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