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Corel Painter X3
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Operating Systems: WindowsMac
Languages: English
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A complete art studio at your fingertips!

No matter what kind of art you create, with Corel® Painter® X3 you'll find all the tools you need to unlock new artistic possibilities. Work with hundreds of customizable brushes, paper textures and wet and dry media that look and feel just like the real thing! RealBristle™ technology replicates traditional art supplies more realistically than any other paint program on the market. Download a FREE trial now and see for yourself why Painter is changing what's possible in art.

Features

Brush Search engine
Stroke preview
Advanced Brush Controls
Jitter brushes
Jitter expression
Perspective Guides
Reference image
Meet the artist Paint Jam sessions
Cloning workflow
Transform across multiple layers
Color set libraries and Mixers
Memory optimization
Brush Sharing and Management
RealBristle™ Media
Flow Maps
Smart photo-painting tools
Customizable surface texturing
Agile brush control
Brush tracking
Move and Copy Brush Variants within a Library
Temporal Color Palette
Custom palettes
Workspace Creation and Management
Adobe Photoshop compatibility
Wacom multi-touch pen tablet compatibility
Corel® Cinco for Painter
Motion Gesture Support

Windows

  • Windows 8 (64-bit) or Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit) with latest service pack
  • Intel Pentium 4, AMD Athlon 64 or AMD Opteron
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 450 МB free disk space
  • Mouse or tablet
  • Screen resolution 1280 x 800 or better
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 (or later)

Mac

  • Mac OS X 10.7, 10.8 or OS X Mavericks (10.9)
  • Intel Core 2 Duo
  • 2 ГБ RAM
  • 350MB HDD
  • Mouse or tablet
  • Screen resolution: 1280 x 800
  • DVD-drive
  • Safari v5 or later

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Amazing Digital Product for Traditional Media Recreation

Once you find your workflow, the software can be optimized and automated to suit your needs.

Pros

Been using some version of painter since I graduated college. I consider painter a companion tool for any digital artist or anyone sprucing up assets meant for user facing sites. With .abr compatibility, switching back and forth from Adobe Photoshop is amazing, assuming you already had a existing workflow that incorporated exporting your abr brushes for multi computer use.

There's an amazing wealth of brushes and compatibility with the entire suite of wacom tablets makes for using painter almost like using pen to paper. Obviously after configuring your settings and getting over the steep learning curve.

Also, the support for retina display just blows any other competitor's products out of the water. Painter rocks in recreating traditional media in a digital fashion. Amazing art without the mess and fumes associated with traditional oil/acrylic painting.

Cons

Super intimidating to learn with heavy gui. Some might consider the software to be bloated. I'm amazed it took this long for Corel to implement texture rotations in Painter 2016. Just doesn't make sense to me. But I'm glad they finally added that to the feature set.

Jacques M - 2019-08-22

Painter's great, but it would be nice if it shared more qualities with Photoshop

Great, intuitive program.. especially if you're familiar with Photoshop.

Pros

Painting especially with the chalk brushes is intuitive and works seamlessly with the canvas rotate. I don't have to change tools to rotate. With a wacom, or bamboo the brushes are pressure sensitive which makes life easier too.

Cons

I find myself going back and forth between Painter and Photoshop because the color adjustment and transform tools are just so much easier to use in Photoshop. Working with masks seems to slow things down considerably and if I have a mask on a layer in Photoshop I can't even open the file in Painter.

Annie L - 2019-08-24