Photoshop is a very complete Adobe program that has multiple tools Useful for creating and editing all kinds of illustrations, logos, photo collage, architectural plans and more.
Although it is a specialized program and oriented towards designersAnyone with a minimum of knowledge is able to work with this platform, as it is quite friendly.
However, for the not-so-expert, there are certain indispensable tools they must know and know how it works. One of them, perhaps the most important for many, is the paint pot.
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A very practical tool for fill large spaces with color. This is one of the most basic, in fact, in more amateur programs such as Paint, the paint can is present.
If what you are looking for is a tutorial of how to use the paint pot Keep reading this article, because here we will explain how it works and what its main functions are.
What is the paint pot and how to locate it?
The paint pot is an indispensable photoshop tool that works to fill a color space. We can place it on the toolbar, sharing space with the gradient function.
As it is located in a space shared with another tool, we will have to locate ourselves in it and simply click and hold it until it is unfold the paint bucket option.
In the same way we can access it through its shortcut. Enough with press the letter G to activate the tool and be able to use it normally.
How does the paint pot work and how to use it?
This tool is very practical but at the same time basic. As the name implies fills an area of an image with color, as a paint can would do when emptied in a certain area.
With the paint pot we can fill the area of an image that is unbounded or whatever layer we have selected. However, it must be borne in mind that if we delimit an area in a layer, the paint pot will only fill the selected area.
In case of applying it in an area that does not have a delimitation, the paint pot will fill in the entire layer with the color that we have selected,
In case we want to paint an area that is not delimited, without the paint pot spreading over the entire layer, we will have to use the selection tool to delimit the area we want to paint, without going beyond those limits.
Paint Bucket Tools
The paint pot has a series of its own options to be able to apply different types of filler. These are located in the options panel, generally located at the top of the program. When selecting the tool, the toolbar with the following functions will be displayed:
Front color or paint with a motif
Front color allows paint with the main color, which is the one selected at the top of the color picker. On the other hand, when selecting to paint with a motif, it will not be filled with a flat color, but rather the tool will present us with a series of options.
Among them we can choose a series of textures, patterns, logos or patterns. The program has several reasons configured that are really useful.
Opacity allows us to reduce the intensity of the color with which we are painting, generating a transparency and allowing us to see what is in the next layer. The less opaque it is, the more we can see between layers.
This value allows more or less layer boundaries where we are painting. The less tolerance there is, the limits will be restricted only to places where there is the same color.
This option allows you to soften the edges of the area to be filled, so that the pixel map is not so noticeable.
By selecting this option, we will paint on the layer we are working on, but the tolerance will take into account what has been drawn on all layers and not just the one we are working on.
Paint pot considerations
The paint bucket tool cannot be used with any image that is in bitmap mode.
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