I just realized that I had not made a separate download page for Splashing Water. I placed the download in a post on April 4. Someone mentioned to me that they couldn’t find them, and they are correct; it is difficult to find the download.
Actually, there are two downloads. One called PIX Splashing Water and the other called P11 Splashing Water. Why two downloads? Well, when I make brushes in Painter 11, they are not backward compatible to earlier versions of Painter. David Gell, an incredible brush master for Corel Painter, has a way of making the brushes backward compatible, and he generously makes them compatible for me. However, this time, there were two brushes that were using the Hard Media brush engine, which is not backward compatible. To correct the problem, David changed the two brushes in a way that it is impossible to differentiate between originals made and the ones that are backward compatible.
So what does this mean to you? When you click on the link below, if you are using Painter 11 select the P11 Splashing Water brushes for download. If you are using Painter IX or X, then select the PIX Splashing Water Download. If you have all three versions, then PIX Splashing Water will work for IX, X or 11. Or shoot, if you like, just download both. Either download is compatible with Painter 12.
BTW, both zip files are compatible with StudioChris Brush Manager. Here is the link for the brush downloads:
With Painter 12.1 we can load a library with brushes included or a category into the library of our choice.
There are two videos that are 10 minutes long and show a bit about how I envisioned the use of the brushes. However, I find that folks use them in very different ways than I expect, which is great. I love to see what folks do with the brushes. If you would like to see the videos, go to the post for April 4, 2011. I hope you enjoy them.