A scheme is usually created by using the same paint to paint different parts of a painting.

In this case, a single brush is used to create a single layer of colour.

The first step in the process is to draw an outline using the paintbrush tool.

Then the outline can be created by drawing the brush over the outline.

To create a new outline, the brush tool is used again to fill the outline with the same colour.

Finally, the outline is created by repeating the process with the brush on the new paint.

You can see how this works in the video below.

Once you have created an outline, you can draw over it by dragging the outline onto the canvas, or the paint brush.

If you wish to create new outlines, simply click on the brush to paint them over.

You can see in the image below how the new outlines are created.

Once the new outline is painted, you will be able to use the paint tool to apply the paint.

Here, you need to use a light touch to paint the outline over the new canvas.

This will allow you to see the outline in detail.

It is important that you apply the correct shade of colour for the paint to work.

If your paint is not very dark, you may notice that the outline will appear slightly grey.

To make sure that your new paint is working as it should, take a look at the next image.

The paint will not paint over the entire canvas, but rather just over the area you wish it to be painted over.

To apply a shade of grey to your outline, first make sure the outline you are painting over is very dark.

Then, use the light touch tool to draw a single line across the outline, and then move the brush up and down.

This is where you can apply the proper amount of pressure.

To create a stroke, simply drag your outline onto a piece of paint.

To start with, the paint will need to be very dark and will be needed to create the stroke.

Once you have the outline painted, the next step is to fill in the stroke with the paint that you applied earlier.

You need to apply more pressure with the lighter colour.

Next, use your paintbrush to paint over a new stroke.

This can be done using the stroke tool.

Once the stroke has been created, you should see a line running down the outline of the outline that looks something like this.

After you have painted the outline using a stroke tool, the final step is applying the gloss.

You will need a small amount of paint to fill this part of the paint scheme.

Here is how to do this.

To apply the gloss, drag the outline from the previous image onto the gloss layer.

Next to the gloss is a grey line that will define the colour of the gloss as a grey shade.

If the grey is not too dark, the colour will look very grey.

Apply a slight amount of black to the brush and you will have created a glossy paint.

Next, use a paintbrush again to paint around the outline to create an additional layer of gloss.

Paint over the gloss and then the last layer of the scheme will be a black stroke.

You now have a glossy, black stroke scheme.

If it looks a bit grey in the final image, it is likely due to the black paint that has been applied to the paint on the previous step.

To remove this effect, apply a small touch of white to the strokes.

You should now have your finished scheme.

It’s worth noting that if you create a scheme that is not working, you do not need to paint it over again.

This means that you can go back to the drawing board and make a new scheme if you wish.

You might have noticed that the scheme was a bit too dark.

To change this, you could use the darken tool.

Here you can change the colour in the outline layer to a light grey.

To make sure this is working correctly, you want to make sure you add a bit of black colour to the outline brush.

This should make the outline darker.

Now, using the darkens tool, add a touch of black, to make the paint darker.

Finally apply the grey colour.

This creates a black paint scheme that you are happy with.

This is just one example of how a scheme can be made in PaintShop Pro.

To see more schemes, check out our guide on how to make a custom scheme in Paint Shop Pro.