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Decided to download the trial for ClipStudio, and I noticed it has zero brush lag and brushes similar to a corel painter/sai mash-up. Bug #3 – Stylus Pen Lag: OK, so this has nothing to do with the update, but it’s a fix I just recently came across for brush lag in Windows Vista and. The fix corrects brush lagging after undo and flip canvas; issues with Real Watercolor Variants; and impasto information is maintained when saving as a RIF with.

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I am not experiencing a lag when using the eraser tool. I tried using undo a few times to see if that would affect it, but my eraser tool and other eraser variants work fine. Does the lag happen while you are doing a specific thing or does it happen all of the time. If you can tell me what you were doing when you experienced the lag, I can try to duplicate.

I was painting on a layer with the Soft Vine Charcoal brush love that brush!! If I then choose the eraser tool, it works fine while you are erasing but then when you stop ie. I guess in that sense it is not a real lag. But I thought you and others might want to know. Thanks for giving me more details. BTW, if you do find a bug, there is a forum at Painter Factory to report the issue. The developers watch that forum closely. Thanks Skip. I found it ready when I brought Painter up this morning and then found your blog post.

Love your free flowing watercolor pine tree. You have your software set to remind you of updates, which is the best thing to do I think. Good for you!!! Thanks for the comment on the tree. I love what you have been doing in Open Studio. Well, Corel finally got me Skip … The program has crashed maybe 2 or 3 times since I purchased it last June??? Love your beautiful pine tree kiddo.. Hope all is well with you… Hugs. Let me ask a couple of important questions. Prior to loading the hot fix, had you loaded SP-1 and then Painter After loading the hot fix, the first time you open Painter you need to open with a shift start and select all workspaces.

Did you do that? Ok, if you answered no to either 1 or 2, then that is why you are experiencing crashing is my guess. If you answered no to number one, I would do this…first save you workspace or your custom stuff and then:. Uninstall Painter 12 2. Reinstall using your disk or a download. After installation, open Painter with a shift start…all workspaces. Close painter 3. Install SP-1 and again open with a shift start all workspaces.

Close painter 4. Install Painter Close painter 5. Install hot fix and open with a shift start all workspaces. Close Painter. If you answered no to number 2 only, then be sure you have your workspace saved or all your custom stuff and restart Painter with a shift start all workspaces. That should get you up and running. I hope so. Yes, service patch 1 had been installed. I think did this hot fix..

The only workspaces there are the ones that came with the program Skip. I had purchased Painter 11 and then purchased 12 via the internet. Did the download, the install and nooooo go. Went on line with them and there was absolutely nothing they could do to install the program Skip.. I think I am caught between a rock and a hard place … and have to say that I now understand why so many people are so disillusioned with Corel..

No idea what to do at this point. I forgot about your flu; I honestly thought you would be over it by now. I hope you feel better soon. You are working in the default workspace and everytime you do anything in that workspace…add brushes, make a palette, whatever, the program remembers it and the next time you open Painter the default workspaces opens with your changes.

A shift — start means that you hold down the shift key and while holding down the shift key you click on the Painter 12 start icon…keep holding the shift key down and instead of Painter opening, you will get a dialog box that gives you two choices…one sets all workspaces and the other sets only the current workspace to the factory default.

You would select all workspaces. That means the next time you open Painter, you will have a clean install, but you will not have any of your custom stuff. Then once you have installed Painter 12 again, you can then import your workspace back and you are good to go. The documentation said to be sure and install both SP-1 and Thanks so much Skip … will give a hoot and a holler when I feel I am up to this..

Thanks so much. Now for some shapes — then onto brushes — I just love playing with ideas — before I plan the image that is.

Me too. I made reflection maps in jewel colors that are fun to use. Hi Skip, Just had to say again how much I love that tree……and the paper. I did that too but would love to see his. Hi Judi, Thanks again for the compliment. Thanks for letting me know.

Hugs, skip. What a lovely and what a friendly telling some things about the job, has been done…. Especially must say, your laughings made me so happy and feel myself just listening some one in my family…I liked all these videos very very much and also found so useful.

Thank you very much, very very much Mr. Hello and thanks for dropping by. I am so glad that you enjoyed the videos. I love the idea that we are all as one big happy family talking about Painter.

I hope you come back often. BTW…please call me Skip, everyone does. My brushes lag terribly. I am using Windows 7 with 6.

Is my computer up to the task of running painter? I use photoshop without any problems. Do I need to get some more memory? Thanks for any advise you can give me. Hazel Billingsley. Ho Ho Ho!

I am so excited about this post for several reasons. First, the number of followers of my blog hit a couple of days ago. I want to thank you all for visiting and commenting. We have one thing in common; a passion for digital painting, especially with Corel Painter I wish I knew what to say that would let you all know how thankful I am. The second excitement for me and I hope for you is a new set of brushes.

Oh yes, that is right, these are not watercolor variants. I know many of you have asked for more opaque type media. I do think this is one of my best sets. After you try them, do let me know what you think. I love to watch Tim paint and talk about what he is doing. He does give you technical information that will help with any project, but more importantly in my book, he shows us how to paint. He is a traditional and digital artist and he is good at both mediums.

We are in for a real treat; we will come away from the videos inspired. To gain entrance, you do have to register, but registration is free. Inside there is a store, lots of tutorials…both Painter and Photoshop, but more importantly, the TAQ community is passionate about making art and willing to share with each other.

There are various levels of membership. I am sure there is one just right for you. I was going to show mine about the technology of the variants, but realized that Tim talks about that too. His will probably be all that some need.

If you want a bit more technical information, then look at my two videos. OK…need more information? In the next video I take one of the Buttery Oils variants and tweak it in different ways. It really is a brush lesson for these types of variants.

If you are at all interested in brush making, this video is for you. Well folks, that is about it, but I have one more bit of news. I have purchased the Wacom Intuos 5 and I love it.

The next set of videos will be about installation and set up for Painter Skip has completely ignored me on this post. He is so mean. When he bought the new computer I thought we would have lots of room to play…and there is lots of room, but I play alone. Does anyone know another nice computer virus that might like to room with me. Let me know. Are you ready for Gold Leaf variants in Painter? Do you know how to turn objects and letters into gold? Read on, you are in for a treat.

I love her work. I am especially taken with her sumi-e bamboo with added gold leaf. Then return here and enjoy my take on this technique that Karen developed. The first week Master Painter Karen Bonaker taught us useful techniques for making flower paintings.

She gave us some very fine brushes, too. I taught the second week. The subject was snow landscapes in watercolor; we used the new brush sets, Cool Spring and Drips and Runs. Elaina Moore-Kelly showed wonderful Holiday Card techniques in the third week. But the fourth week really caught my attention. A few days before, she showed me a technique she was going to use that she called adding gold leaf. Her demo fascinated me.

She even used one of the Bristly Dab variants to create the brush that she used for gold leaf. My mind filled with possibilities and I was off and running to make some Gold Brush Variants. They are surprisingly easy to make. I quickly made a few and posted them for the participants in Holiday Open Studio. But that is not all; he added a number of gold variants of his own.

And they are so super!!! Thank you David for all that you do for us. David gave me permission to post his brushes along with mine for you to download. I know you will have fun with them. I have a video for you.


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