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    Bucket fill

    HI . I was going to do a pencil drawing but I got bored with it so I decided to use the bucket fill tool. What do you think . Best wishes Jo x
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    yep i like but whats a bucket fill ????

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    Hi Eighty + thank you for your comment. you asked about bucket fill, well if you look in the bottom left corner in the tool box you will see a paint bucket click on this and you can fill an area that is completely joind up if there are any gaps then the color will spread untill it cant go any further . Have fun Best wishes Jo x

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    Like the espression on this person;s face!

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    Looks like you had a lot of fun and what good is drawing if one isn't have fun, right? Keep it up!

    Quote Originally Posted by eighty+ View Post
    yep i like but whats a bucket fill ????

    As JOSEPHINE.EARP mentioned, the Fill tool colors in similar colored areas that are connected. I believe you said in another thread that you didn't have ArtRage Studio yet, so unfortunately you won't have this tool. Here's an animated gif showing the tool in use in case you're interested:

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    thanks Jo for info and S.O.S for the illustraytion but I've got stuck with faces and I don't think they would like me sticking it in their Lugholes OK

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    great piece Jo and it looked like a lot of fun

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    Well done Jo, this is so amusing and so well done too.
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