To install for Windows: Place XML file and any other files (such as JPG) with the same name in a brush category here: C:\Program Files\Corel\Corel Painter IX\Brushes\Painter Brushes\[category folder]\
To Install for Mac: Place XML file and any other files (such as JPG) with the same name in a brush category here: Applications/Corel Painter IX/Brushes/Painter Brushes/[category folder]/
Or put them in your custom brush folder, if you have one like I do. Whichever.
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Notes: For pixel art, or oekaki, whichever.
oh and i tried to unzip it with WINRAR but it keeps tell me i cant.
This will help me a lot ._.
I did just as you said for the directions for a
mac, but for some reason, they refuse to show up in the brush menu...help?
Oh and i have Painter IX if that means anything...
but, i cant seem to get the brushes to show up in my list. how do you get custom brushes on the palette?
i'd have just one wish/suggestion: if possible, could you describe the brushes in the pack a bit more thoroughly? the picture is good to se what is possible, but e.g. in this case i don't know how the brush strokes look like/how they behave/i you used only brushes in the pack for the picture. Additionally, it would be nice if there were some "test strokes" to see the brush strokes...
Is this a sensible suggestion for you?
Hm. Well, I'll add some 'test strokes,' as you put it, into the images.
and, for example, the stars in your pic could *be* the brush (as a pattern), or could be painted with the brush...that's what the test strokes would be good for..