The unpainted areas serve the same purpose as they do in real watercolors that are painted in one wet pass, without glazing or laying of color: They keep areas from bleeding into one another and add crisp definition to edges. The amount of unpainted area is pre-determined by each style.
Articles in this section
- Can I pause Waterlogue while it's painting?
- What does the ruler with “Small, Medium, Large, Giant” settings control?
- How is this different from the “Small, Medium, Large, Original” control in the Image Settings part of the export sheet?
- I don’t see a “Giant” or “Large” setting on my device.
- Why are there white spots and unpainted areas in my paintings?
- Waterlogue works beautifully with landscapes and non-human subjects, but it doesn't always do as well with faces.
- How do I remove the grid lines on the “It’s Technical” style?
- How do I save images?
- How do I delete images?
- Are there any tutorials?