I have a couple of announcements before we get to the fun stuff, brush installation tips.
Today is my Birthday. And look what I have been doing…working on this silly blog…LOL…actually it has been fun.
Holiday Open Studio starts at DAA tomorrow. Registration is still open and will remain open through Saturday week, so you have plenty of time to register, but don’t wait. Register now and start the class with the rest of us tomorrow. You can start anytime tomorrow because the lessons are all downloadable. There will be two live sessions; one during the first week and one during the third week. Of course more are possible. I like live meetings.
If you do register, one of the first things you will see is a warm-up forum. Early registrants have been posting warm-up images using Buttery Oils, Karen’s Impressionist Sky, and a couple of other things that escape me at the moment. I just got permission from my good friend, Kathy Pilgrim, to post her lovely Fall Excursion painting. Isn’t it beautiful.
To find out more and register go to Holiday Open Studio. I hope to see y’all in class.
OK, lets talk about Corel Painter 12.1 and later brush installation. I know, I have talked about it many times, but trust me, this is something new. I am often asked how to install downloaded brush zip files and not in one of the new file types that Corel Painter uses to automatically install a library, category or variant. The files in question, look like this; Name.brushlibrary, Name.brushcategory, and Name.brushvariant. Name is the name of the library, category or variant. But the file you have to install is Name.zip, which will not work using the new automatic installation. What do you do?
Surprise, the two types of files are actually the same except for the extension. That means that they are interchangeable. Yep, that opens a whole new ballgame. Check out the video for more information.
Well that’s it. I hope you enjoyed the video. Please join us in Holiday Open Studio.