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Chapter 3.  Discovering Drawing Tools  > Operating the Airbrush Tool

Operating the Airbrush Tool

Although using the Airbrush tool is similar to using the Paint Brush tool, you’ll also find that using the Airbrush tool is similar to painting with a spray can. When you’re spray painting, if you stay in one place for a moment, the paint builds up. The same reaction occurs when you use the Airbrush tool. You’ll notice this behavior even more if you set the Opacity fairly low in the Tool Options palette. Using the Airbrush tool is different from spray painting in one big way: The Airbrush tool doesn’t drip!

The Airbrush tool is really a variation of the Paint Brush tool, so Paint Shop Pro lists the Airbrush tool under the Paint Brush selections.


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