PHOTO ART TRANSFORMATION

Painter 2017 is a complete digital art software studio to capture and transform a photo
into a treasured keepsake or sellable work of art.

ESSENTIAL TOOLS FOR PHOTO ART

Auto-painting

AUTO-PAINTING

Open your photo, launch the Auto-Painting Panels and start photo painting. Edit your image, if desired, then choose Auto-Clone and let Painter do the work. It’s as simple as choosing a Smart Stroke or Clone brush and then clicking Play to fill the canvas with realistic paint.

Photographic details

PHOTOGRAPHIC DETAILS

Use the Restoration Panel to bring back photographic details from your original image. Select brushes from the Smart Stroke and Cloners brush categories, which automatically paint from your original image, and adjust the size smaller to bring in more details or larger to blend.

Hand painting

HAND PAINTING

Hand paint your image by opening your photo and choose Quick Clone to get started. Select any brush of your liking, select a Cloner Color and dip the brush into your photo and start painting. Plus, you can adjust the Tracing Paper opacity to view your original photo while painting.

Photo Art layout

PHOTO ART LAYOUT

Launch the Photo Art Palette Layout and unlock all of the tools that will streamline your photo painting process.

ARE YOU NEW TO PAINTER?

Start here! We have an extensive library of learning resources, tutorials and support to get you up and running quickly.

DISCOVERY CENTER

Learn how professional artists in a variety of industries are using Painter as an essential part of their artwork production workflow.
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TIPS

Get useful tips and tricks from professional Painter artists working in a variety of creative fields.
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TRAINING

Join experts from around the world as they talk about how they use Painter and share their best tips and techniques for using this unique paint program.
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GETTING STARTED VIDEO SERIES

Introduction to Painter

Get to know the interface

Intro to Cloning

Understanding Cloning options and brushes

Basic painting techniques

Working with Clone color and brush properties

Hand painting

Paint on layers and blend with the Detail Oil brush

Finishing Touches

Brushing in highlights and adding selective color