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Picturebook: Old Man
Added on: Sat Feb 17 2001
Page: 2 

This was made with Painter classic, so i guess you can make it in Painter5 or 6, but I think some of the tools are different or have other names in Painter 6
so you might have to experiment a little.

Start with making a picture that´s atleast twice as big as the final picture should be (I started with the pic at height 3000 pixels).

Outlining the important countours and starting to fill basic colors with "brush/Big fine hair".
Using the "palette knife/fine dry brush" to "smear" the colors and adding the beard with "brush/Big fine hair".
Adding hairdetail in the beard with "brush/big wet ink" and adding bright colors to the skin with "brush/loaded oil".

Adding dark parts with black color on a "brush/big fine wash" with 13% opacity, adding a little beard on the right and dark color on the cloth, smering the color on the cloth and the beard on the right with "palette knife/fine dry brush".
Adding brighter colors for the cloth with "brush/dig dry ink" and smering it out with "palette knife/fine dry brush".
Adding more dark colors, on the mouth and the beards dark side with "brush/big fine wash" with size 3 so it´s easier to add details. and applyingmore dark and bright color on the hat and smering it (and the background) with "palette knife/fine dry brush" with 15% opacity.

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