Chapter 17: Drawing Preferences
Adjusting preferences to suit your techniques allows you to paint your drawings more efficiently.
In the Preferences panel, you will find the following preferences that are related to adding colours to your project.
Normal: The onion skinned drawings is displayed in washed out colours.
Enable Shade: The previous onion skinned drawings are displayed in washed out red shades and the next onion skinned drawings are displayed in washed out green shades.
Outlines Only: The onion skinned drawings are displayed as outlines only.
Maximum Wash Value (0,0-1,0): The maximum washed-out value for onion skinned drawings.
Minimum Wash Value (0,0-1,0): The minimum washed-out value for onion skinned drawings.
Grid On By Default: When opening the Drawing view, the grid displays automatically.
Select Tool is Lasso: When this option is enabled, the Select tool behaves as a lasso selector. When this option is disabled, the Select tool behaves as a rectangle selector.
Brush Size Cursor: When this option is enabled, the brush tool displays the brush size as a circle around the cursor.
Default Multiwheel Colour Picker: Displays the Mutliwheel Colour Picker window instead of the regular Colour Picker.
Sticky Eye Dropper: Keeps the Colour Picker’s Dropper tool active until it is released by clicking on the Dropper icon again.
Auto Gap Closing: The values for automatic gap closing while painting drawings are: 0 = Disabled, 1=Small, 2=Medium, 3=Big
Light Table: Enable Shade: When enabled, the drawings appearing in the Light Table are displayed in washed out colours in the Drawing view. When this option is disabled, the drawings appearing in the Light Table are displayed using normal colours. This option is for the Drawing view only.