Right Hemisphere announced the launch of Deep Paint 2, the latest version of the company's natural media painting and texturing tool. Feature enhancements include a simpler and easier to use user interface, and a customizable color palette so artists can create their own swatch.
New preview features are included with Deep Paint Version 2: Brush Cursor and stroke preview let artists preview the brush shape and example strokes of the preset before painting, and print preview allows artists to preview the image, as it would appear printed. New categories of presets brushes include dry and wet material, surface textures and special art cloning effects.
In addition to these features, there have been improvements made to the image stamp feature, which allows artists to quickly define a temporary image stamp and change the image size, rotation, interactively in any viewport. Also, using splines, the artist can define the path of a brush stroke with more accuracy.
Deep Paint Version 2 runs on Windows 98, NT 4.0, 2000, and XP, and is priced at $199 until March 31. It will be priced at $249 thereafter.