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The clone stamp doesnt work at all.  I load an image, i click on the stamp icon, i select opacity and strongest 100%

i click + alt to select the source and i click a destination zone and nothing is done.

Is there is a tutorial wich show this fonction ? i would like to know

Thank's

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9 minutes ago, bberguglian said:

i click + alt to select the source and i click a destination zone and nothing is done.

Could you check in the Layers Panel if the Image you are trying to paint is says (Image) or (Pixel)?

The Clone Brush Tool will work only on a (Pixel) object.

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I found the problem : it was not set to normal in the context toolbar.

and now i would like to know how smooth or blur the edge of the circle. I didnt find anything in this context toolbar but it should exist in a other place

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6 minutes ago, bberguglian said:

i would like to know how smooth or blur the edge of the circle

Select the circle and apply a Gaussian Blur effect. Adjust the radius of the blur to achieve the desired amount of smoothing/softening.


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i was talking of the circle of the stamp cloning.  when i stamp the part of an image wich is a circle this one is too sharp so i want blur the cloning stamp.

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My bad. I overlooked the fact that this thread is about pixels rather than vector shapes!

Have you tried amending the brush properties?


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Simply change the Brush in the Brushes Panel.

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As you can see, the Clone Brush Tool can adopt any of the Brushes, in this case, the drawing ("Dibujo") Brushes.

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9 hours ago, bberguglian said:

Is there is a tutorial wich show this fonction ? i would like to know

https://affinity.help/photo/English.lproj/pages/Tools/tools_cloneBrush.html


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