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Offline 2blackbar

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PAint bucket tool
« on: October 01, 2012, 01:50:18 am »
Where is it? I am retarded or blind ?  ???
I cant find it in any brush libraries and filling shapes manually is NOT funny at all. :(

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Re: PAint bucket tool
« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2012, 11:49:43 pm »
Where is it? I am retarded or blind ?  ???
I cant find it in any brush libraries and filling shapes manually is NOT funny at all. :(

I suggested a fill type brush mode where you can outline a shape in a lasso sort of fashion to fill it, but nobody showed interest from the devs.
You can try requesting this feature and see if anybody says something at the developer forum.
http://forum.intilinux.com/mypaint-development-and-suggestions/polygon-fill-brush/msg11280/#msg11280

Anyway, if you want a bucket tool, only way to get it is to implement it yourself. Or do like I do, copy the lineart layer to clipboard, paste it in gimp, do the coloring in gimp , copy every color layer you have and paste it as a new one in mypaint- this can take a long time if you want to keep your masks by doing the only thing that mypaint can do to keep alphas- put everything on separate layers
http://imovethings.blogspot.com
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Re: PAint bucket tool
« Reply #2 on: October 01, 2012, 11:52:28 pm »
Well, it just switched to gimp again and forced myself to learn its brush dynamics today so it looks a bit like mypaint, no bucket fill is a deal breaker for me

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Re: PAint bucket tool
« Reply #3 on: October 01, 2012, 11:55:14 pm »
Well, it just switched to gimp again and forced myself to learn its brush dynamics today so it looks a bit like mypaint, no bucket fill is a deal breaker for me
if you're on linux, try krita. It has a better brush engine than gimp and all the tools that mypaint will probably never get
http://imovethings.blogspot.com
my website. I do 2d and 3d animation, concept art and storyboards


 

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