This video will help you get started with the Contour Watercolor style. We will also show you additional features of the program.
The program is good in different genres. You can make watercolor portraits, process cityscape or still life pictures. Thanks to a wide range of settings, you can get a variety of paintings!
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Step 1. Select the Contour Watercolor style. It simulates the dry brush method and a mix of watercolor paints and pencils.
Step 2. The Contour Watercolor style includes a set of ready-to-use presets and adjustable settings. When selecting a preset, the quick approximate result is displayed in the small pop-up window. Choose a preset and change its parameters.
The effect contains 3 groups of settings: Image, Strokes, and Contours.
Change the parameters and check the result in the quick review window. In the right bottom panel, you'll see the hint about the selected parameter. Learn more about the settings.
Step 3. The Abstract Art tab contains additional settings to tweak your painting. Here you can adjust colors, making your image more vibrant. You can even change the shape of the object, creating a whimsical work of art.
Step 4. The Decoration tab allows you to further enhance the creative look of the painting and personalize it. If you wish, you can add an inscription. It's possible to choose the canvas type and add a frame to your watercolor art. The program includes the surface and frames library.
Step 5. Process the entire image with the selected parameters by clicking .