Dry Reveal and color palette - DAP PRo 64 bit
Actually, that's not true. Although you have more control in DAPx64, you can also modify the strength of DR in DAP 32. Once DAP begins the Dry Reveal process, you can simply right-click in your painting to stop the painting process. Then you go to the little control dialog in the bottom left corner (x64) where you can change the amount of overlay, as well as the effect of Dry Reveal on dark and light colors. All the way to the RIGHT (255) is essentially turning it off completely; moving to the LEFT(0) is increasing the amount. To the far LEFT is the same effect you have in DAP32 (which does not have these wheel/sliders) -- all the way on. (Seems backward, but that's they way Oscar designed it.)LigH wrote:In the normal workflow, you won't be able to alter the Dry Reveal effect — except for disabling it in the "Advanced" controls (Enhanced Realism). It is a part of the template (painting style definition).
The only way to change Dry Reveal attributes is making a new template with different values (strength, duration, overall use). That may require to execute DAP "as administrator" to be able to save the newly created template file (*.aop).
In addition, there is a dotted slider at the bottom which controls the strength of the Dry Reveal effect. Let Dry Reveal run for a bit and then move this slider to see the effect in real time. This slider is also available in DAP32. I've created a graphic which might help explain a bit more clearly: