paint bucket Fill leaving a gap how to fix this?

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Oct 02, 2020 Oct 02, 2020

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I been drawing with the vector brush.. and i am using the paint bucket to fill in different color.. but when i do that... it leaves an outline between the vector brush and the fill i did.. and i been look for 2 days on youtube and stuff but can't find this being addressed..  ( also is it possbile for me to fill in the color in another layer )  (i don't want to manually lasso everything )

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Oct 02, 2020 Oct 02, 2020

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Hi Gavin.

 

This outline is caused by antialiasing artifacts when two objects have near identical edges. It has to do with the threshold an app uses to compare colors and is more noticeable when the two objects are close in color. 

 

It does work to put a layer underneath and fill the gap area with the same color but  it's best tackled by using the Color margin slider. Here's a screenshot showing where that is:

 

ColorMargin.png

 

Hope that helps.

 

Sue. 

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Oct 02, 2020 Oct 02, 2020

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I don't see that option? 

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Oct 05, 2020 Oct 05, 2020

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Hi Zoicnoz. 

 

My apologies, I just reread your post.... the Color margin will only be active for Pixel fill. For vector fill. definitely place a layer underneath your current layer and fill with that gap with either of the colors you're using. 

 

Sue. 

 

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Hi Zoicnoz. 

 

My apologies, I just reread your post.... the Color margin will only be active for Pixel fill. For vector fill. definitely place a layer underneath your current layer and fill with that gap with either of the colors you're using. 

 

Sue. 

 

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Hi Zoicnoz. 

 

My apologies, I just reread your post.... the Color margin will only be active for Pixel fill. For vector fill. definitely place a layer underneath your current layer and fill with that gap with either of the colors you're using. 

 

Sue. 

 

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