Water Wind Force

This was mentioned earlier and is a fascinating feature that replicates the ability in traditional watercolor painting to angle the paper downwards so that a wet wash will run and mix with other washes. In Painter both the angle and direction of the movement can be altered.

Figure 8.10 shows three different examples of using this control, the top is with Wind Force at 0%

so the diffusion has not significantly moved. The centre shows the Wind Force at 50% so the diffusion has moved downwards. The final example is with Wind Force at 100% and the direction of the wind is now to the right, a real gale-force in fact! This is really useful as you can control the final result very effectively.

Figure 8.10 shows three different examples of using this control, the top is with Wind Force at 0%

so the diffusion has not significantly moved. The centre shows the Wind Force at 50% so the diffusion has moved downwards. The final example is with Wind Force at 100% and the direction of the wind is now to the right, a real gale-force in fact! This is really useful as you can control the final result very effectively.

Wind force at various settings.

Figure 8.10

Wind force at various settings.

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