Rebelle 4 Tutorials: Living Digital Canvas - Visual Settings, Wet & Dry Canvas, Tilt, and Blow Tool

Rebelle 4 Tutorials: Living Digital Canvas - Visual Settings, Wet & Dry Canvas, Tilt, and Blow Tool

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hi this is justice and in this video we're going to be talking about rebel four's canvas the canvas in rebel four is very different than the canvas in a typical digital art program where you have a background and a background color and that's about it inside of a bell4 you have texture and that texture affects where the water and where the paint goes on the canvas you have gravity so if you tilt the canvas one way or the other the pain is going to get pulled by gravity by tilt
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across that plane down or to the side or backwards depending on which way either your canvas is tipped or your computer is tipped if you have an accelerometer and you have that feature turned on your canvas is also going to affect the paint based off of how wet it is if you've got a really wet canvas then the paint's going to flow all over it if you have a dry canvas it's going to stay put the paper the canvas in rebel 4 also has absorbency rates it has the ability to influence your paint based
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off of the height of the paint it also has texture influence which means that these little dots right here are actually going to behave like little mountains and valleys and most of these settings can be controlled inside of the visual settings window that you can get to from up here or from this little icon right down here inside of layers so here you can see visual settings you have different presets you can choose from or create your own re-wet absorbency texture influence
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edge sharpening create drips and down here at the bottom you have canvas visibility where you can change the paper texture visibility and the paint texture visibility all right let's go ahead and look at how the canvas responds to being wet or dry let's start by adding just a little bit of water so we're going to go here to the left with the water tool we're going to add some water to the screen and we can see this water because we have show wet turned on so here we're going to turn that off you see it hides we're going to click it and turn it back
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on you can use keyboard shortcut h in order to do that okay so we have just this little bit wet and let's make everything on the screen wet so we're going to use this icon right here wet the layer and now you see everything turned wet now water has an interesting property where you cannot make mountains in a pool of water all the water always goes to a common height the volume of water may increase and you have water tension that will hold the water in at the edge
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even as it goes and bubbles up a little bit higher and eventually it will spill out and drip and that's one of the cool living features active features inside of her bell forest canvas so here let's go ahead and we're going to dry the entire layer right here and we're going to make a puddle alright so here's a puddle and we're going to add more volume to the body of water more and more volume and you'll see here that the water will
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actually push out to the edge to the edge of this little little puddle that we made let's go ahead and do the same thing but with some color so now we can't see that unless we turn on the show wet let's go ahead and we're going to paint right over half of it you're going to see the difference between a wet edge and a dry edge so down here is more wet and so you can see that the paint flows towards the wetter areas
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the water pulls the paint into those areas let's go ahead and use that water tool again and let's drag down and now let's use the blow tool and let's push that paint down there now you're going to see that the water wants to go to the wet areas and we can use this to our advantage in a lot of ways inside of her bell 4. let's add some water directly into the middle
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and you can see here it's pushing out towards the edge just like water would do on a regular canvas all right so we're going to pause diffusion and we're going to try a very similar thing but on an entirely wet canvas so we're going to use this button right next to the pause diffusion button wet the layer so here you can see the water is over here where we're just working now we're going to wet the entire canvas and we're going to do a similar thing let's choose the watercolor brush
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and let's paint a nice big circle and unpause diffusion well that's just for fun let's add a couple colors i really enjoy this all right and you can see now that all these areas that were dry and there there was water tension that has disappeared we can use the blow tool here and you can see how it affects the paint just like you were blowing on that area with a straw
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and let's add a little bit more water and you can see how that water again that water the wetness of the paper really influences everything here we have another button here called dry the layer we're going to click dry the layer so what that's going to do that is going to dry the entire layer all the water is gone we have a button right next to a fast dry and all that's going to do is that is going to remove the excess water so the water is not moving now let's introduce our friend gravity so we have tilt over here and we can turn
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tilt on by clicking on the little gray circle in the center this is going to turn tilt on and off and then we can adjust the strength and the angle of the tilt by this little blue line if we make that line short it's going to be weaker and if we drag it all the way to the edge it's going to be stronger tilt so let's use that watercolor brush again you can see the water pulls down to the side we're slightly tilted here let's put it straight down we can use shift to get it to lock to straight down and now if we turn the canvas just like
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in real life if this was sitting on an easel you're going to see that that till affects how the water moves on the canvas now you can choose to lock the tilt to the canvas and that's going to interrupt that you can also choose to use the accelerometer and i'm going to demonstrate that for you right now so here you can see i'm holding my device let's do red right here in the center of the canvas let's turn tilt off turn use accelerometer on
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add a little bit of extra water all right now let's see you can see the accelerometer here as i'm tipping you can see it going all the different ways ah that's so cool all right let's add some more water and let me use the blow tool at the same time the amount of control that you actually have using a device like this is really incredible and let's go ahead and wet the entire layer just for fun
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i feel like i should be able to actually physically blow on the canvas let's go ahead and clear this by the way this clear layer button here can be found in preferences if you want to turn that on there's the option to turn that on add clear layer button to layers panel so let's jump into the oils and what we're going to do is we're going to adjust a couple things you can see the impasto depth is actually pretty decent we're going to go into visual settings we're going to increase
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the impasto depth and then we are also going to adjust texture influence let's put this up at eight and we're going to close this i'm going to go back to watercolor this green and put it right over the top of this and let's add some water to get this moving what you're going to see is how the water is affected by the height of the oil texture let's go ahead and add some more paint here let's go all the way up onto it
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you can see how right here you can see that following that edge of that higher paint if we put this all the way up texture influence you can see how much it traces the layers of paint this is it's so cool so cool this is just another one of the ways that rebel 4 excels i love this about rebel four it's so cool so great
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let's go ahead and add some orange right up here at the top you can see my accelerometer let's adjust the tilt that's really fantastic let's look at absorbency so here we're going to set the absorbency to zero so what you're going to see here is that the paint doesn't absorb into the paper it just keeps moving outwards so this is going to be fairly uniform the color is going to
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work its way to the very edges of the and the color is going to work its way out let's put absorbency all the way up to 10 and do that same thing and you can see here on this one the color is going to absorb into the paper or into the canvas where we actually applied the paint in the beginning so a very different look and a different feel for how your your colors work with the canvas as you can see the canvas inside of rebel 4 has a lot of physics applied to it
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that really gives you a lot of control and power over how the paint moves and the water moves inside of your canvas so if you want to select a canvas in the new artwork file new option you can select it here you can click here on canvas and choose different types of canvases which have different textures which affect the paint differently let's go ahead and choose washi and then canvas color is right here use decaled edges this option is right here select ok you can see the canvas has
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these beautiful edges it has a different texture that's going to affect the paint differently while you're painting on it and you can also adjust these settings by clicking in layers you can select canvas right here and adjust these after you've started painting to a different color a different texture and decorated edges on or off alright you guys that's it for this video on the canvas stay tuned for more and if you haven't subscribed to this channel yet subscribe thanks for watching until next time stay creative and have a wonderful day

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