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hisko
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simple watercolor

Post by hisko » 02 Sep 2009, 14:25

Here's my favorite 'simple watercolor' tool. I use it day and night for my film Junkyard.
It's the best tool I know for painting shadows in an animationsequence. It's to be used in layer blendingmode 'multiply'.
It's not an advanced brush like the one that Malcooning made, but it's easier to handle.

I already posted a variation on this one a long time ago, but I tweaked it a little.
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Re: simple watercolor

Post by Elodie » 02 Sep 2009, 14:52

Thanks a lot Hisko !

Could you please post an example of "what it's possible to do" with your brush ? =)

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Re: simple watercolor

Post by hisko » 02 Sep 2009, 15:08

Yes, I will.
But can it wait a week please? I'm too busy right now trying to finish a whole bunch of work for two deadlines.

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Re: simple watercolor

Post by Elodie » 02 Sep 2009, 15:18

Hehehe, no problem Hisko it's not urgent ^_^

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Re: simple watercolor

Post by Satrip » 03 Sep 2009, 15:10

Thanks for sharing Hisko!
I already had the previous version you sent, this one is much better ^^
(Although I can't use it on a multiply mode layer because I'm unfortunatly still on v8, it's already a good brush.)

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Re: simple watercolor

Post by Hosni » 21 Jan 2011, 17:22

thanks Hisko.... indeed very nice for shadows

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