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Sorry for this really basic question type, but typically when coloring in something you outlined are you supposed to use the pixel or the draw persona brush? Secondly, is there a way to stop your brush from drawing over the outline (as in drawing on the other side too)?

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Depends on you and how you want to do it, aka being all vector or a mixture of both vector and pixel etc. For just vector you can paint curves and adjust those, or set fill colors and gradients and the like. If vector brushing (curves) goes over object boundaries (outlines) you can adjust these via the node tool, or use geometric combine, subtract operations etc. If bitmap/pixel brush drawing you can erase with the pixel eraser tool in the Pixel persona to remove stuff which went over the outline area. - There are various different possibilities here.

 

 


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