Sunday, November 17, 2013

John's Watercolors Compatible with Painter X3



John's Watercolors—brushes that produce a remarkably easy-to-use emulation of their traditional counterpart—are now available for sale. Included with John's Watercolors is an explanatory PDF and links to video tutorials that demonstrate how to use these breakthrough digital watercolors.

John's Watercolors are provided in Painter 9, X, 11, 12, & X3 compatible formats. The video tutorials cover:

Brush Organization
Watercolor Color Set
Demonstrations of the brushes with tips and tricks
Cloning with John's Watercolors
Installing John's Watercolors into Painter
Sample Painting Demonstration


Here are samples created with John's Watercolors:



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You can download this PDF that describes each of the brushes in John's Watercolors.

John's Watercolors are $35. You can purchase these brushes by clicking the PayPal "Buy Now" button below. If you don't have a PayPal account, an option to pay via credit card is offered as well.

If you've been frustrated trying to master digital watercolors, John's Watercolors for Painter are the answer!





4 comments:

  1. Hi John, I noticed that some brushes - which are present in the pdf and videos - are missing from the set. Is it intentional?

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  2. Which brushes are missing? Which version of the brushes (IX,X,11,12,X3) do you have installed?

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  3. Hi John,

    I use Painter 12.
    The missing ones are:
    Gel Wash
    Gel Blender

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  4. The Gel Wash and Gel Blender brushes are only compatible with Painter 11 as they take advantage of a feature only available in the most recent version. I explain this in the Gel Watercolors tutorial movie on the download page. This is why I supply different versions for each major Painter release (IX, X, 11, 12, X3).

    If the Gel Wash and Gel Blender brushes were placed in Painter X3 brush libraries, the application wouldn't recognize them. I created the alternate brushes for the pre-Painter 11 versions to mimic as closely as possible the look of the Painter 11 version, but there is no way to duplicate the required feature that is specific to Painter 12 or X3.

    I hope this answers your question!

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