In the Brush
Controls:Nozzle palette load wetsand4.RIF
for your nozzle.
the Depth floater in the Objects:Floater
List palette. Click on
the words Floater/Transparent Layer. A
new invisible layer has been created.
Name this layer Wet_Sand.
In the Brush Controls:Nozzle
palette check the box marked To
Selection. Select the Image Hose brush and paint a line.
Press the ‘D’ Key
and click once on the darkest color.
Press Ctrl + Z to delete
this line. Press the “K” Key and fill the layer. You won’t see the fill but it
is there. Select the Image Hose brush and paint in the sand. Lower the Scale
slider to 40% and paint in the
bottom 1/3rd of the sand area. You will have something
that looks like this (23).
In the Objects:Floater
List palette click on Wet_Sand
and move it below Water_Mtns
so the mountains cover the top of the sand.
While Wet_Sand is still
selected create another Transparent
Layer. Fill it with the
same sand color.
Wat_Rks.RIF as your nozzle.
Don’t forget to check the box marked To
Paint in some rocks until you have something that looks like this (24).
You can easily change the color of the rocks by
choosing a blue Secondary Color,
adjust the Grain slider and
paint in some more. Uncheck
the To Selection
box (12) because we want the new blue
rocks to cover the ones we already have.
Often when using the Image Hose you find the images
being painted look like they are sitting on top of one another, which they
are. We want to eliminate the
definite division between the sand and the rocks we just painted.