I haven’t created any detailed tutorials for specific programs. Here is a list of resources that I’ve heard are especially good.
Host Jin Brown is one of the leading advocates of Painter. She knows Painter inside out and has created some superb brushes for the program..
I know nothing about this outfit personally, but here’s what Shirley Hillard said about them on a Painter forum.
“The absolute best classes for Painter I have found so far. They are ongoing, and just $20. They are very detailed, hands-on instructions, and talk about things I haven’t seen anywhere else.
I refer to them again and again. It is my opinion that so many people doing digital art tend to get caught up in all the technical “tricks”, and end up with work that looks overworked, too much like “computer art”, and therefore looks like everyone else’s ‘computer art.’
I try hard to keep my work simple and looking hand painted. It’s hard to resist all the temptations Painter offers, and it’s easy to get sidetracked. However, if you have a strong sense of how you want your work to look, Painter can make it SO EASY to achieve, and SO FAST.
That’s what I love about it.”
Shirley Hillard, Mamoo House
Cher Threinen-Pendarvis has authored a series of very helpful books on Painter entitled “Painter WOW,” one for each version of Painter. You can find them on Amazon
Corel also lists resources that include video tutorials on its site.
Adobe lists several training resources for Photoshop on its website.
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