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Part IV:  Discovering Painter Tools  >  Working with Paper

Chapter 18. Working with Paper

If you ever have the opportunity to go to the Ontario Science Center in Toronto, Canada, you can enjoy a demonstration on how to make your own paper. The process involves quite a few steps, starting with tearing strips of existing paper and soaking them in water for a period of time. You then place the paper strips on a screen, wait for them to dry, and with any luck you’ll have some paper. The process is labor-intensive, messy, and requires some time and a certain degree of expertise. Lucky for you, creating your own paper in Painter is much easier and can be done without the messy clean-up required for traditional papermaking. In this chapter you’ll learn how to:

Select different paper textures

Adjust paper properties

Create paper


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