PenBrush help

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holyax
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PenBrush help

Post by holyax » 11 Nov 2012, 16:46

Hello,
I've been trying out the oopacity of the penbrush, and I cant figure out how to set the transparent paint without overlays, I can set the opacity by changing percentage and all, but whenever I draw over the spot the lines are visible. Is there a way to make the penbrush opacity stay the same no matter how many times you draw over it with the same brush?
Also important question : How do you set the the penbrush to normal again? The opacity is 100%, but its still transparent, even when I pressed reset... I want that one colour tone back :(

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Re: PenBrush help

Post by holyax » 11 Nov 2012, 18:08

always forger to mention. I have 9.5 version :)

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Re: PenBrush help

Post by holyax » 11 Nov 2012, 18:21

lol looks like I found the problems, the power setting was set on pressure and I found the Invert option for the infinite transparency :D
lock time :!:

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Re: PenBrush help

Post by Paul Fierlinger » 11 Nov 2012, 18:25

To be able to step over your last stroke and not have it show, you must uncheck Drying. Turn off paper to turn off transparency.
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Re: PenBrush help

Post by holyax » 11 Nov 2012, 23:46

Yea, thank you. I had trouble turning those paper tools off. so many tools and options to learn :)

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Re: PenBrush help

Post by Paul Fierlinger » 11 Nov 2012, 23:54

holyax wrote:Yea, thank you. I had trouble turning those paper tools off. so many tools and options to learn :)
But you seem to be good at it. :!:
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