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pattern fill from selection??
I know I could make a rectangular selection and save it to use as a pattern fill, but I'm hoping for something a little more quick and dirty. Oh--and I don't want a tiled look. Any tips would be appreciated.
Although it won't help with the 'tiled' look, you could write an action that stored a selection as a pattern, deselected, made a new layer, and filled the new layer with the pattern, then assign a keystroke shortcut to the action.
Won't be too much help.... just remember that if "something???" wasn't turned on.... your brush auto would paint the pattern or paper that was showing in the palette.
You might post that question, in the "Painter's Paint Can."
Here's something else. that might be a stepping stone to do what you have suggested.
This is a great web site, so much offered!! Use her on site search for tutorials. Not a easy site to navigate......
Thought of Trimoon...... if he reads this. Her tutorial called
" Dodge and Burn, tutorial "
Neat idea on how to do an onsite tutorial, be sure to hesitate a bit on step 15. Use the below link
Chapter two2 .....
Now this site is filled with "patterns".....and folks that know alot about how to get them to work....
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