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  1. #1
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    Mar 2008

    Filling without aliasing effekts

    Hi all,
    while i created my first escher like painting i wonder how to fill closed
    strokes with the fill tool without having a thin gray looking line at the
    See this link for the escher like painting:

    But now i figure it out.
    At this point it's import to know a shape is consisting of two parts:
    The outline done with a thin line (ink pen e.g.) and the shape inside
    this outline (filled with some color). To create an escher like painting
    (more tutorials will follow ) i need a stencil from the shape inside the
    The Spread setting from the fill tool must have a high value to fill the ouline
    complete and antialiased.
    The HowTo:
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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    In the mean time i discovered that it is possible to fill an
    inverted stencil can be done without creating a new layer.
    Before filling i moved the stencil to a place without any color.
    before i found that easy solution my attempts of filling a stencil
    that way resulted in a whole filled canvas (current layer).
    This confusing experience i reported in the technical forum:

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