Kasnar2020 4:06AM Thu, 15 September 2005
Nice tutorial. A different style of approach in coloring =P , keep up the good work!!
wdiniz 7:14AM Thu, 16 December 2004
Thanks for sharing your technique and experience with us. Your tut is very well written and easy to follow.
Theta 2:36PM Sat, 20 November 2004
Great tutorial! The cloth looks so incredibly great that would not have thought this could have been turned out with Painter ... you really showed in a very impressive way the true potential of the programme, and yout tutorial is easy to read and also easy to understand. Very good!
julieZavala 10:06AM Wed, 11 February 2004
Thanks for the tutorial! I haven't been using the layers to their best advantage but after seeing your work I will certainly use them more! :O)
Bonzodog 4:15PM Wed, 07 January 2004
Absolutely knocked out. I'm totally inexperienced in computer graphics and still trying to find a way in, so your tutorial has been an great opener. The staring eyes bug me a little; could you have watered the down a trifle, or did you want them that way?
drkmo 12:38AM Thu, 11 December 2003
Thanks DrmzRmyne for this excellent tutorial, I'm experimenting with painter8 following your tips, and guess what: it works! THANKS!!
Gary15 10:50PM Thu, 30 October 2003
I just found this site and have been working with Painter since version 4. I upgraded to Painter 8 recently from 6.1 and am so happy the interface is much more like Photoshop. Using the right tools in painter is half the battle and I'm glad you mentioned you use the pen and just water for blending! A wonderful tutorial. :-))
JFT2002 11:00PM Thu, 23 October 2003
Congratulations! This tutorial is very interesting. If you compare with traditional paint like oil paint, Itīs a different way to paint. Excellent job. Do you use a Wacom Or Mouse for details? I will wait your next work.
JoeMK 9:10AM Thu, 25 September 2003
Best Painter tutorial out there! Great Work, big help thanks
gallimel 12:32AM Thu, 25 September 2003
I have to thank you with all my forces. Now I will have more go at Painter that I so far underused due to my unability with it. Thank you. This tutorial is awesome.
demondude 7:43AM Tue, 23 September 2003
I'm just starting out with Painter, and your tutorial is the most helpful one I've found anywhere so far! Can't wait till the full tutorial is available in Marketplace! One question I don't see addressed anywhere: are you zooming in a lot to paint the details? How do you deal with such a small "canvas" (the computer screen)? Traditional media artists want to know! Thank you!!
madame 10:05AM Mon, 22 September 2003
Thank you so much for this tutorial, it inspired me to try harder to draw with Painter. I'm not as talented as you but I love to paint with the computer :)
royc8 1:15PM Wed, 17 September 2003
Thanks,excellent tutorial Mel, you make it look so easy ; )
digiladee 6:28AM Wed, 17 September 2003
This tutorial for painter is one of the best I have found... there aren't many out there. Maybe if I beg you would do one for tracing images properly. I would love to know you tecnik!
DrmzRmyne 4:46PM Wed, 03 September 2003
Hi Rogmog! Thanks for the comment! As for getting the same type results in Photoshop, yes it is possible, the tools are different, but technique I'm sure the same. I'm an avid photoshoper, however painter seems to work much better for me when painting. Thanks again and any further questions, please feel free to e-mail me. :)
Rogmog 4:03PM Wed, 03 September 2003
wow that is so well done! I'm also inspired to try your method of shading...it seems to be the added detail I've been looking for! Is it possible to get similar results using just photoshop?
DrmzRmyne 8:03AM Tue, 19 August 2003
Awww, thanks! That's the biggest reward...knowing that I've inspired someone and that this tutorial has helped in some way! Thank you Vampi for your wonderful words! ~Mel
Vampi 4:02AM Tue, 19 August 2003
This tutorial is bloody fantastic...it's inspired me to get back to working with 'paints' on the computer and work harder for the detail I seemed to miss before...thank you so much!