Operators Dialog / Operator Details

10.4.5 - Brushstroke

Strokes the current brush (which can be any image) along the selected path (ellipse, rectangle, numeric rectangle, polygon, pencil.)

You can create a traditional round or square brush using the New Image menu command, or its shortcut, -n.

The blend amount can be set from fully transparent, zero (which is pointless) to 1.0, which is fully opaque.

You assign an image to the role of brush by making it active, then pressing B (shift+b).

Note: When operating in non-modal mode, the brushstroke operator follows the most recent path selection; this is because it is not working with an area, but with a path.

The brushstroke operator
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