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151  Graphics Help / Photoshop Tutorials / Tool Box on: October 09, 2007, 11:48:25 pm
ToolBox


Tool Options

When you select a tool, additional options appear in the Tool Options bar (by default this is located just below the main menu). The example below shows the tool options bar when the rectangular marquee tool is active.

152  Graphics Help / Photoshop Tutorials / 28 Top Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts on: October 09, 2007, 11:46:11 pm
10 TOP SHORTCUTS
Image Size CTRL-ALT-I
Canvas Size CTRL-ALT-C
Change Brush Size [ or ]
Duplicate Current Layer CTRL-J If something is selected, new layer will contain selected areas
Merge Layers CTRL-E Merge two or more layers (if several layers are selected)
Copy Merged CTRL-SHIFT-C Copy contents of all visible layers into clipboard very useful!
Move Layer Down/Up CTRL [ or ]
Move Layer to Bottom or Top CTRL-SHIFT - [ or ]
Quick Opacity Change 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0 Set current tool or layer opacity to 10%,20%,30%...
Last Filter CTRL-F Repeat last filter used

7 COLOR CORRECTION SHORTCUTS
Hue-Saturation CTRL-U
Levels CTRL-L
Curves CTRL-M
Color Balance CTRL-B
Quick Channels CTRL-1, CTRL-2,
CTRL-3, CTRL ~ Use instead of switching to Channels palette for quick channel selection
Desaturate CTRL-SHIFT-U
Invert CTRL-I

8 IMAGE EDITING SHORTCUTS
Undo CTRL-ALT-Z History step backward
Redo CTRL-SHIFT-Z History step forward
Transform CTRL-T Try ALT and SHIFT when transforming
Fade CTRL-SHIFT-F Hope you know what Fade is used for Smiley
Select All CTRL-A Smiley
Deselect CTRL-D
Invert Selection CTRL-SHIFT-I
Brush Settings F5 Set advanced brush settings

3 INTERFACE SHORTCUTS
Toggle Screen Mode F
Hide/Show Palettes F6, F7, F8, F9 Color, Layers, Info, Actions Palettes
Hide/Show Tools and Palettes TAB



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153  Graphics Help / GIMP Tutorials / Wire Tutorial on: October 09, 2007, 11:43:15 pm
Create a new image, go to "Layers, Channels & Paths". Create a new path by clicking on .  Use to modify the points.



Select a brush (Circle 07 should be good):



Select a color. Not too bright (R:127 G:31 B:0 gives a nice dark red). Click on to stroke the path:



Select a fuzzy brush (in our case Cirle Fuzzy 07):


Select a brighter color (I used R:255 G:63 B:0). Stroke the path again:



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