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Thread: newbie here need help on changing the color on a sticky

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2015

    newbie here need help on changing the color on a sticky


    I have been learning the different aspects of ArtRage... and have a question after not seeing it or finding it on the user manual --

    Can you change the color on a sticky once you put it on your canvas?

    Say I chose the splat paint and want to change the standard red color when placed on the canvas to yellow. How do I go about it?

    Also, if I want to use the Sticker Spray -- and spray multiple paint splats.... ?
    Because when I play with the spray paint it just keeps painting marbles (?) and won't let me spray the paint.

    Any clues or where I should look to do this?

    Thanks, R

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    It sounds like you maybe not be selecting the right Sticker preset.
    With the Sticker Spray tool active open the Presets panel and click on the Group button at the top of the panel and select Art Clippings. Now choose the Paint Splats from the choices offered.
    Dose this work?
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  3. #3
    Join Date
    Nov 2013
    You can't easily change a sticker after you've painted it in most cases, because it's just paint at that point. So you can change it the same way you would change paint.

    So your options would be:

    - the Fill tool
    - Edit > Adjust Layer Colors (AR4)
    - Layer Blend Modes to create new colour effects

    However, if "Auto-flatten" is turned OFF, each sticker will remain a separate sticker, rather than paint, and can be edited separately. Right click on the stickers to change the Tint.

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    However, the sticker spray colour, in most cases, will be the same as the colour you have selected in the colour picker (apart from some special cases), so it's probably easier to redo it with the correct colour.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Nov 2015

    a note of thanks

    Thanks guys... I will look into this.

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