Erasing Textured Lines
You can erase vector textures lines with a smooth eraser edge.
- In the Tools toolbar, select the Eraser tool, press Alt + E.
- In the Tool Properties view, click the arrow button.
The Eraser Properties window opens.
- Adjust the following:
Hardness Defines the softness of the stroke edge. The lower the value, the softer the stroke edge will be. The higher the value, the sharper the stroke edge will be. Saturation Lets you adjust the softness of edge feathering. Works in conjunction with the Hardness, e.g. 100% Hardness will yield no results in saturation change. 0% Hardness will allow a fine tuning of the feathering of the soft stroke edge. Maximum Opacity The transparency of the brush when the pressure is heavy. A smaller value will leave semi-transparent colour and texture. A larger value will ensure that everything is properly erased. This option in unavailable if the Keep Vectors option is disabled. Minimum Opacity Sets the minimum transparency of the brush, in relation to the Maximum Opacity, when the pressure is very light. A smaller value will leave semi-transparent colour and texture. A larger value will ensure that everything is properly erased. This option in unavailable if the Keep Vectors option is disabled. Keep Vectors Keeps the vector frames around your strokes intact, only the texture fill disappears. Disabling this option will cut the stroke's vector frame into different pieces when the Eraser tool passes over it. If you disable this option, the maximum and minimum opacity sliders are disabled as well.
- In the
Camera or Drawingview, erase your textures lines.