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Applying colourin pain ting applica tions
Before a line is created in a photoediting or painting application,
using any one of a variety of line tools, colour is
first selected from any of the spot or process colour matching
systems or colour models described earlier. Alternatively,
a scratchpad - such as the one provided with
Photoshop - can be used for mixing a custom colour before
application. Using the HLS model, tints, shades or
tones of a hue can be can selected before application.
The opacity of a stroke can also be defined by adjusting
an opacity slider. Using a pressure sensitive stylus, pressure
can be set to control stroke width, colour or transparency,
or a combination of these, creating strokes with
smoothly changing properties.
Applications like PHOTO-PAINT and Picture Publisher
offer a wider range of stroke types for applying colour than
does Photoshop. Picture Publisher, for example, includes
styles Ii ke Brushed Oils, Chalk, Colorizer, Crayon, Distort,
Dots, Marker, Oil Pastels, Oil Paint, Scatter, Smudgy Marker
and Watercolour, but the application offering the graphic
artist the widest range of colour application styles is still
Fractal Painter. As well as emulating the widest range of
drawing and painting tools, Painter makes it possible to
apply colour and texture simultaneously to the working
surface. A range of variables can be applied to the tools to
produce a wide range of different effects. A dialog box
contains sliders for control of brush size, opacity and percentage
‘graininess’ of each stroke. Another Painter dialog
box provides the means of creating and saving special
brushes. Using Painter’s Nozzles feature, it is even possible
to paint with images!