Tracing a clone's source using Tracing Paper


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Tracing a clone's source using Tracing Paper

We have now got a source and destination image established and the way that was done was I started with a source image and I used the Quick Clone command to quickly create an exact sized copy of that image, and in this instance, it doesn't have anything in it. So the first thing I want to show you in Painter when you have got a destination and source image established, you can turn on right up here in the upper-right corner of the window, you can toggle Tracing Paper on.

So now, I'm seeing this underlying image as if it had a sheet of transparent tracing paper on top of it. I'm going to go and get the nice sharp little pen like the Scratchboard tool and what it's going to do is allow me to see through to this underlying imagery so that I can go in and use this source information as a reference point. I will just do enough here, so that you can see how useful this can be. Everybody knows how to trace.

So right here is one way you can very quickly use one document or image ...

Tracing a clone's source using Tracing Paper
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Tracing a clone's source using Tracing Paper provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Painter 11 Essential Training

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