Corel Painter 2018 Thickpaint

hey what’s up ladies and gentlemen people of the YouTube universe I’m Corel Painter Master Collin Chan here to show you the awesome new thick paint brushes in Corel Painter 2018 so all of these brushes you’re about to see all come stocked in Corel Painter feel free to pause the video at any moment and look at the top left hand corner because you can see what brushes I am using specifically the beauty about Corel Painter is that

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Creating a Painterly Photograph in Adobe Photoshop

When I first started Story Art, one of my first projects was to create a painterly image A Story Art piece that was based on a painting so my idea was to reproduce a painting in photography form but make it look like it was still a painting and it’s this one here It’s the ‘Pears Soap piece that is still one of my favorites this one includes my daughter my son, and my little puppy at the time, Buddy

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Watercolor Painting Basics : Watercolor Paint Brushes

Ok, brushes. I’m going to start with the most-used brushes. The most-used brushes are round brushes that form a good point. That’s very important because, you see, watercolor brushes are shaped different than oil brushes. Because oil is generally thicker medium, you need a lot more different sizes of brushes. Whereas with watercolor, if you have a great, sharp point that’s long, then you can get by with less different brushes. This is a Number 10, and this is a

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Why Kolinsky Sable Brushes Are So Expensive | So Expensive

Making a Series 7 kolinsky sable watercolor brush isn’t easy. The largest-size brush can take almost a week and a half to make. You can pick up a cheap, synthetic brush for under $2, but a Series 7 could cost you over $300. So why would anyone pay for a brush that costs over 100 times the price? Originally created on the request of Queen Victoria, the Series 7 brush was first made in 1866 and was designed to be

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The Discovery & Restoration of Leonardo da Vinci’s Long-Lost Painting “Salvator Mundi” | Robb Report

(soft choir music) – And so, ladies and gentlemen, we move to the Leonardo Da Vinci, the Salvator Mundi, the masterpiece by Leonardo of Christ the savior, previously in the collections of three kings of England. (soaring instrumental music) – [Auctioneer] Who will give me 120? 130 million, 140 million is bid. At 140 million. – I always thought it would be the most expensive work of art ever sold. It’s incredible and unbelievably rare. Nothing conjures with the name

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