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Fills and strokes

  1. Photoshop Elements User Guide
  2. Introduction to Photoshop Elements
    1. What's new in Photoshop Elements
    2. System requirements | Photoshop Elements
    3. Workspace basics
    4. Guided mode
    5. Making photo projects
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    1. Resize images
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  5. Adding shapes and text
    1. Add text
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    3. Create shapes
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    5. Painting overview
    6. Painting tools
    7. Set up brushes
    8. Patterns
    9. Fills and strokes
    10. Gradients
    11. Work with Asian type
  6. Guided edits, effects, and filters
    1. Guided mode
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    13. Brush Stroke filters
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  7. Working with colors
    1. Understanding color
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  8. Working with selections
    1. Make selections in Photoshop Elements
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    6. Smooth selection edges with anti-aliasing and feathering
  9. Working with layers
    1. Create layers
    2. Edit layers
    3. Copy and arrange layers
    4. Adjustment and fill layers
    5. Clipping masks
    6. Layer masks
    7. Layer styles
    8. Opacity and blending modes
  10. Creating photo projects
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Use the Paint Bucket tool

The Paint Bucket tool fills an area, that is similar in color value to the pixels you click. You can fill an area with the foreground color or a pattern.

  1. Choose a foreground color.
  2. Select the Paint Bucket tool in the toolbox.
  3. Set options in the Tool Options bar, as desired, and then click the part of the image you want to fill.
    Pastaba:

    If you don’t want to fill transparent areas in a layer, you can lock the layer’s transparency in the Layers panel.

    You can specify any of the following Paint Bucket tool options:

    Paint / Pattern

    Sets a foreground color (Paint) or a pattern design (Pattern) to use as the fill.

    Opacity

    Sets the opacity of the paint you apply. A low opacity setting allows pixels under a paint stroke to show through. Drag the slider or enter an opacity value.

    Tolerance

    Defines how similar in color filled pixels must be. A low tolerance fills pixels with color values very similar to the pixel you click. A high tolerance fills pixels that have a broader range of colors.

    Mode

    Specifies how the paint that you apply blends with the existing pixels in the image.

    All Layers

    Fills similar pixels on any visible layer that are within the levels set by the Tolerance and Contiguous options.

    Contiguous

    Fills similarly colored pixels that are next to each other. Deselect this option to fill all similar pixels in the image, including those that aren’t touching. The Tolerance option defines how similar the colors must be.

    Anti‑aliasing

    Smoothes the edges of the filled selection.

Fill a layer with a color or pattern

You can use a fill layer to apply a fill or a pattern to your image, instead of using one of the brush tools. The fill layer gives you the added flexibility of changing the fill and pattern properties and editing the fill layer’s mask to limit the gradient to a portion of your image.

  1. Specify a foreground or background color.
  2. Select the area you want to fill. To fill an entire layer, select the layer in the Layers panel.
  3. Choose Edit > Fill Layer, or Edit > Fill Selection .
  4. Set options in the Fill dialog box, and then click OK.

    Contents

    Choose a color from the Use menu. To select a different color, choose Color, and then select a color from the Color Picker. Choose Pattern to fill with a pattern.

    Custom Pattern

    Specifies the pattern to use if you choose Pattern from the Use menu. You can use patterns from the pattern libraries or create your own patterns.

    Mode

    Specifies how the color pattern that you apply blends with the existing pixels in the image.

    Opacity

    Sets the opacity of the color pattern to apply.

    Preserve Transparency

    Fills only opaque pixels.

Stroke (outline) objects on a layer

You can use the Stroke command to automatically trace a colored outline around a selection or the content of a layer.

Pastaba:

To add an outline to the background, you must first convert it to a regular layer. The background contains no transparent pixels, so the entire layer is outlined.

  1. Select the area in the image or a layer in the Layers panel.
  2. Choose Edit > Stroke (Outline) Selection.
  3. In the Stroke dialog box, set any of the following options, and then click OK to add the outline:

    Width

    Specifies the width of the hard-edged outline. Values can range from 1 to 250 pixels.

    Color

    Sets the color of the outline. Click the color swatch to select a color in the Color Picker.

    Location

    Specifies whether to place the outline inside, outside, or centered over the selection or layer boundaries.

    Mode

    Specifies how the paint that you apply blends with the existing pixels in the image.

    Opacity

    Sets the opacity of the paint you apply. Enter an opacity value or click on the arrow and drag the slider.

    Preserve Transparency

    Strokes only areas containing opaque pixels on a layer. If your image has no transparency, this option isn’t available.

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