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Old 02-09-2006, 04:23 AM
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Ro: if some of those who you say has had a "brush" with DP could comment on which "knobs" are the most used, or the most influential...
Besides what has already been said....

Hard to separated just one or two, but I'd say that you have to be in full control of the B/S (no, that's not bullsh..) settings. These can change a soft watercolour into a dripping impasto without touching anything else.

Another place to look at is the Clone Options (stamp tool) where you get some options like "Artistic" and "Rub through". I don't remember now exactly what they do, I do remember having some fun around there.

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Old 02-17-2006, 09:43 PM
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Learning Deep Paint 2.o - A gold mine of resources

The learning resources listed HERE are for Deep Paint 3D but will also give you some very good insights into what Deep Paint 2 can do. The first four listings will be invaluable for understanding the capabilities of this program. The first is a detailed, 40 minute video tutorial on Deep Paint. A large (40MB) download but well worth the wait. If you have played around with Deep Paint much at all you can readily distinguish difference between the two programs. One of the major differences is the absence of the Clone and Paint tabs in the 3D version.

If you like Deep Paint, run, don't walk to these learning tools.
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Old 02-18-2006, 02:59 PM
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The learning resources listed HERE are for Deep Paint 3D but will also give you some very good insights into what Deep Paint 2 can do. The first four listings will be invaluable for understanding the capabilities of this program. The first is a detailed, 40 minute video tutorial on Deep Paint. A large (40MB) download but well worth the wait. If you have played around with Deep Paint much at all you can readily distinguish difference between the two programs. One of the major differences is the absence of the Clone and Paint tabs in the 3D version.

If you like Deep Paint, run, don't walk to these learning tools.
A fabulous collection of good info, PM. Thanks for pointing the way...
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