so here situation: theoretically if i select the pencil tool and color an area then the color (lets say 1,1,1 RGB) then the entire area i colored, depending on how big the brush is, will be colored in by RGB value of 1,1,1.
now lets say i select a small area and use the pencil to color inside that area. again theoretically if the selected area is small and my brush is max sized then the area colored would only be INSIDE the selected area right?
so in short the pencil colors the designated area with the EXACT color i assigned (RGB 1,1,1). also if i have an area selected ONLY that area will be changed and whatever outside will remain UNCHANGED.
so what you read above is what SHOULD happen. I will now explain what happens to me.
first when i use the pencil tool it behaves like a brush, meaning i have to click several times to get the RGB value (fully color) and also if my pencil is bigger than the selected area then the color will LEAK out of the selected area.
and yes my Pencil Opacity is set at 100%
if i was painting a picture i would not care but this is a big problem be cause i am working with a program that needs a STRICT pre-assigned RGB value and if it is off by 1 point it will fuck up everything i did and then i have to find the problem that is invisible to the human eye.
please for the love of god help me.
This post has been edited by Toho: 25 November 2011 - 12:11 AM