Click the paint bucket fill tool icon in the Krita toolbox to show the Fill Tool Options pane in the upper right corner of the Krita window.
Where is tool options in Krita?
Gives you the tool options in the toolbar, next to the brush settings. You can open it with the key. In Krita 4.2 the behavior of flow in combination with opacity was changed.
What are fill layers?
Fill layers are special layers for solid colors, gradients, and patterns. The opacity and Blending modes can be applied to a Fill layer, but this type of a layer does not affect images on any of the layers below them in the stacking order. When you create Fill layers, they are automatically named based on their type.
How do I use the gradient tool in Krita?
The Gradient tool is found in the Tools Panel. Left-Click dragging this tool over the active portion of the canvas will draw out the current gradient. If there is an active selection then, similar to the Fill Tool, the paint action will be confined to the selection’s borders.
How do I get to Tools Options?
Please follow the steps below.
- Enable Tools Menu via Alt key.
- Press the Alt key, the Tools menu will show up. To have the menu always showing up, continue with the following steps.
- Then click View > Toolbars.
- You’ll see Menu Bar. And Click Menu Bar.
- Check the Menu Bar option.
Where is the paint Bucket tool?
Select the Paint Bucket tool (G) from the toolbar. If you can’t find the Paint Bucket tool, click and hold the Gradient tool to show the other related tools, and then select the Paint Bucket tool. In the tool options bar, choose to fill the selection with the foreground color.
To fill with pattern:
Choose the Paint Bucket Tool from the Toolbox 2. Click on your picture to fill the area. 3. In the Options bar, choose Fill mode “Pattern”.