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Posted on Thursday, September 15th, 2005 under Sketches | No comments

Thanks to the free videos from Lynda, I love Corel Painter IX even more.

This is something fun I did with my Wacom Graphire3, using Painter's "Crayon" brush. A mix of colors, brush sizes, and erasing really helped bring out the life in this simple black on white sketch.

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