Richard Petocz: This tute not only showed a very good technique for grass & trees, it
actually answered about 8 of my top 15 questions regarding the use of many
of the Corel Painter tools and brushes! Thanks, big help!
Sheila Uva: Also, many thanks for not using a photo to trace or auto paint. The
original paintings are the best.
Sheila Uva: I love the tutorials Aaron. What is the main difference in Corel Painter X
María Fernández: Thanks for sharing.
Carlos Vilacha Perez: You're very talented. Thanks for sharing.
Aaron Rutten: My latest video tutorial on how to paint trees will LEAF you speechless.
Martin Vos: Yesterday I did the seascape and today the trees&grass! Tomorrow the
mountains! Many thanks! I'll donate soon!
Sasker van Gulik: It's a shame you get relatively less views for your video's. They offer so
Aaron Rutten: Search my channel for a video about "Layer Order"
Utubie222: thank you! I will! Love your tutorials.
Ash Holly: I cant see the settings the brushes are on.
Aaron Rutten: Thank you!
Aaron Rutten: I am using a drawing tablet like a Wacom. Tablets let you draw thick and
thin lines by pressing down firmer or lighter.
SG3IN: How are you doing this? 17:10 :(((
junador53: Hi, thank you so much..A1
GlomobyAnimation: I was looking for a way to digitally paint grass and I came across this
video. I have corel painter essentials by the way but I believe I can
incorporate your method using it even though we're not using the same
software. I even took notes. Thanks so much for this great tutorial! :)
Koelker12: Very helpful video. My only question though, not exactly related, is why
your mouse cursor when using the loaded palette knife seems to actually
line up with where the knife would be touching. I have a line for a cursor
when I'm not painting, but whenever I press down on my pad to start
painting I get a brush icon/pointer and the paint comes down way to the
right of where my cursor was. It makes the palette knife incredibly
frustrating to use. Any idea why mine might be doing this? Some setting?
Koelker12: Thank you, sir, that worked. I had it on regular "brush ghost". "Enhanced"
did the trick.
Utubie222: How do you determine where you place a new layer in the order of your
arakeennorsky: Hi Aaron, many thanks for this video. I subscribed when I saw your sky and
clouds videos and for me this is taking it a step further. I like the
stance that you are taking, ie. use these techniques as a basis for your
work rather than, "choose these settings and paint an exact replica", which
I see in other tutorials. As a photographer used to manipulation in
Photoshop and composites, I am keen to get into freehand painting in
Painter 12... so thanks ... and I look forward to seeing more.
Aaron Rutten: Thanks! I think it's important to learn to paint from imagination rather
than try to copy a photo or replicate another artist's work. I bounce back
and forth between painter and photoshop when I work. Some things like
masking are often easier to do in Painter because there are more brush
options. I am currently working on finishing about 10 more videos, so stay
jimip6c12: Hi Aaron, it is so awesome
Aaron Rutten: Try this. Go to your PREFERENCES menu and look under INTERFACE. Change your
"Cursor Type" to "Enhanced brush ghost" or "brush ghost" I think currently,
you may have it set to "Iconic" Let me know if this helped you.
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