1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 3, 2018 8:25 PM by KoMaruyama

    How to stay in the black lines

    twtybrd678 Level 1

      IIs their a better way to stay in the line using Ink and Slide when filling something with color?

       

       

      thanks

       

       

      joe

        • 1. Re: How to stay in the black lines
          KoMaruyama Adobe Community Professional

          To fill a shape/object, you can long hold within the shape object.

          To fill a closed illustration path, you can also long hold inside the drawn path.

           

          Alt:

          To "stay in the line", and create a sharp fill area, you might try creating a border that will later be deleted.

          • Create a box (that will be deleted) with the color RED.
          • Fill the box with a color OTHER THAN RED by using LONG HOLD inside the closed illustration.
          • Use the eraser brush, and remove the red stroke (long hold on the Red Box), leaving the box fill behind.