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    Question Oil cloner settings?

    Hi, everybody! Just found this forum and it's amazing! Spent a lot of time reading and learning!

    I am messing with Painter X, and was trying the cloner tool, with Oil Cloner brush. It's great, but I have to retouch some parts manually, so I need to set up a brush that seems exactly like the Oil Cloner one, but picking up colors manually.

    How can I get the Oil Cloner settings so I can have an exact copy to use on other brush (or create one with the same settings)? Or, in other words: how can I set a brush that looks like the Oil Cloner one?

    I was trying some Impasto brushes, but none of them are EXACTLY like the Oil Cloner. Some are deeper, some are wider, etc.

    Thanks for the help!

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    click on window > brush control > show cloning.
    then uncheck "clone color"



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    Thanks a lot!!

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    Two more ways you can disable Clone Color:

    • In the Colors palette, click the Clone Color icon (looks like a rubber stamp) to un-depress the icon.
    • Click the U key to toggle Clone Color on and off.



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