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SketchBook Express

V6.0.1
Line and Shape tools Resize a brush Change your view Move, rotate, or scale a selected area How do I use layers? Tool summary Tool selection Resizing the canvas Hotkey shortcuts

Copyrights and Trademarks

Autodesk SketchBook Express v6.0.1


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Contents
Copyrights and Trademarks Whats New 5 2
Select an area 12 12 12 Use one of the following methods: Deselect an area Copy your sketch 12 Move, rotate, or scale a selected area 13 Crop 13 Resizing the canvas 6 6 7 Rotate canvas Add an image 14 14 15 15 13 Fit a resized image onto the screen 13 Rotate or flip your sketch Create a new sketch Save your sketch 15 7 Save your sketch as an Adobe Photoshop file 15 Save your sketch as a PXD Save location options Pick a color from the screen Mac 8 Pick a color from the screen Set the RGB 8 Create a customized color palette Saving a customized color palette Swap between two brushes Line and Shape tools Lines Rectangles Ovals 9 Free 9 Flood fill an area 9 Flood fill an active layer Flood fill visible layers 9 9 9 Polylines 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 7 16 15 Save your sketch as an image file 15 Save locally 16 Save to iCloud 16 Open a saved sketch 16 Open a sketch stored on iCloud 16 Open a PXD 16 Remove a project from the SketchBook iCloud Gallery 16

Introduction 6
Tool selection Tool summary 6 6

Choose a brush 6 Blurring an area Sharpening an area

Create a custom color 7 Show/hide parts of the editor Change brush properties 7 Resize a brush 7 Undo or redo a brushstroke Clear brushstrokes Color Editor PC 7 7 7

Use Layers
Select a layer Edit a layer

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How do I use layers?

Persistent selection

Clearing an area from the current layer Organize layers 18 Change the transparency of a layer 18

Annotate, Send, Print & Present


Adding text 19 19 Editing text Email a sketch 11 11 11 Print a sketch 20 20

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Tools for Sketching

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Change Flood Fill properties

Changing the transparency of text Troubleshooting 20 Flip through your sketches 21

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View, Edit & Save your Sketch 11


Change your view 11 Zoom using a touch strip View an images actual size Fit an image in the display

Present images

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Hide or move the interface 21 Hiding or showing scroll bars Changing the behavior of Page Up and Page Down

Adjust System & Program Settings


Change the brush cursor 23 Remove the brush outline Improve performance 23 23 Wacom tablet troubleshooting

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Changing the Maximum Number of Undos 23 23

Installing the latest drivers Using default tip pressure feel Adjusting stylus responsiveness 25

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Adjusting stylus responsiveness for one brush 25 Reset Preferences 25

Hotkey shortcuts

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Right-click marking menu 28

Artistic Acknowledgements

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Whats New
This chapter introduces new features and a list of improvements & enhancements that can be found in this release of SketchBook Express.

Improvements have been made in the following areas: We support some Wacom multi-touch functionality. UI design and functional improvements have been made.

Introduction

Tool selection
Pick a tool using one of the following methods: Flick toward an icon to select it.  Touch the stylus to an icon and hold, then flick through a tool.  Tap a tool the toolbar to select it. 

Tool summary
3 4 5 6 1 2 9 7 8 1. Brush Palette (shows current tool) 2. Color (shows current color) 3. Interface controls  4. View controls, canvas transform, selection, & layer tools 5. Brushes & palette 6. Colors & editor  7. Editing tools 8.  Open, save, new, next, & previous image 9. Undo/redo

Choose a brush
In the Brush Palette or from the lagoon, tap a brush and start sketching. Select an eraser for modifications.

Blurring an area
Blur - Paint over an area to soften it, making the area appear out of focus. Note - T  o change its size or strength, either double-click the brush or tap to access Brush Properties.

Sharpening an area
Sharpen - Paint over an area to makes it look crisper; sharpening the areas. Note -  To change its size or strength, either double-click the brush or tap to access Brush Properties.

Change brush properties


In the Brush Palette, dbl-tap a brush to access the Brush Properties window and change brush settings.

Resize a brush
Tap-drag to the right to increase a brushs size or left to decrease it.

Undo or redo a brushstroke


To undo the previous action, tap  To redo an action, tap  or press Cmd+Z for Mac or Ctrl+Z for PC. or press Shift+Cmd+Z for Mac or Ctrl+Y for PC.

Note - You can change the number of undos in the General tab of the Preferences.

Clear brushstrokes
Flick toward or press the Delete or Backspace key.

Color Editor
Tap to access the Color Editor. , your brush will erase existing color pixels on that layer. Note - If you flick

PC
1. RGB 2. Swatch (current color) 3. Customized palette (drop down) 4. Eyedropper 5. Color Wheel 6. Slider  5

Pick a color from the screen


In the Color Editor, tap then lift your stylus , move over a color, to pick the color. A swatch appears. 1 6

Create a custom color


Tap the current color icon to access the Color Editor. 4 2 3

Show/hide parts of the editor


Tap the arrow at the top or bottom of the editor to show/hide parts of the editor.

Mac
1. Tabs (various methods for picking colors): Choose a hue or tints and the value (light).      3. Slider 4. Customized palette 5. Color Wheel 6. Magnifying glass (color picker)  pecify a color using color gradients, such as gray scale, S RGB, CMYK, or HSB values.  hoose from a lists of colors (Apple, Developer, C Crayons, Web Safe), or create your own list of colors. Choose a color from a spectrum of hues and values.  Pick from 48 colors displayed as a box of crayons.  5 6

2. Swatch (current color) 4

Pick a color from the screen


Tap to change the cursor to . Move over and tap a color on your screen.

Set the RGB


In the Color Editor, tap the RGB fields and add numeric values. The color in the Color Wheel changes to display a color with those RGB values.

Create a customized color palette


Drag a color chip from the swatch to the palette at the bottom of the Color Editor.

Saving a customized color palette


The next time SketchBook opens, your customized color palette appears.

Swap between two brushes


Use one brush, then return to a previous one. After using a brush, select another, then flick toward or press S to move between them.

Tools for Sketching

Line and Shape tools


In the toolbar, tap a Line and Shape tools, Line, Rectangle, Polyline, or Oval, to help create shapes and lay down lines.

Lines
To draw a line, either tap Shift key. Then, tap-drag. or for a horizontal or vertical line, hold down the

See Free for drawing diagonal lines.

Rectangles
To draw a rectangle, tap and tap-drag to draw the shape.

Polylines
To draw a polyline, tap and tap to place each point. Dbl-tap the last point to change the line to a solid line.

Ovals
To draw an oval or circle, tap and tap-drag to draw the shape.

Free
To return to freestyle stroke mode, tap . To draw a diagonal (45-degree angle) line, hold down the D key. Then, tap-drag.

Flood ll an area
Fill the active or visible layers with color.

Flood ll an active layer


In the Brush Palette, tap that area on that layer. , then tap an area to fill

Flood ll visible layers


In the Brush Palette, tap , then tap an area to fill that area in all visible areas.
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Change Flood Fill properties


Change the tolerance to determine the range of color values affected when flooding a region with paint and fill gaps between the fill paint and the pixels creating the boundary of the fill. The minimum tolerance, 0 (zero), selects and fills only pixels of that color value. The maximum tolerance, 255, selects and fills all pixels regardless of the region. Dbl-tap or and tap to change flood fill tolerances.

View, Edit & Save your Sketch

Change your view


Zoom in and move about
Tap and flick toward or press-hold the spacebar to access the puck.

 o zoom in and out, move your stylus to the center to zoom T and tap-drag.  o reposition your sketch on the canvas, move your stylus to T the outer ring and tap-drag.

Note -  For best performance with a Tablet PC, use primary landscape orientation when zooming in on and pulling your sketch around. To change to this orientation, go to the Control Panel.

Zoom using a touch strip


Cintiqs and some tablets have a touch strip for zooming. Position your cursor over the area you want to zoom in or out of. Move your finger along the touch strip in an upward motion to zoom in or a downward motion to zoom out.

View an images actual size


For the actual pixel size of an image, tap and flick toward or press Alt+Ctrl+0 (zero) for PC or Option+Cmd+0 (zero) for Mac.

Fit an image in the display


To expand or shrink an image, tap and flick toward Cmd+0 (zero) for Mac or Ctrl+0 (zero) for PC. or press

Select an area
Tap to access some of the Selection tools. Select (M) Lagoon Lasso Select (L) Toolbar

Use one of the following methods:


 o select an area, do one of the following, then tap-drag to select T the area you want: tap tap in the toolbar or press the M key in the toolbar or press the L key

 o select everything, select Edit > Select all or T press Cmd+A for Mac or Ctrl+A for PC.

Deselect an area
To de-select the area: 1.  Tap outside the area. 2.  Flick toward one of the other selection tools. 3. Press Cmd+D for Mac or Ctrl+D for PC. 4. Select Edit > Deselect.

Copy your sketch


Use the Selection tools to select everything or just an area, then use one of the Copy tools. To copy: everything on a layer, select Edit > Select All or press the A key.   rectangular area, use a or press the M key, then click-drag to surrounds the area you want to copy.  irregular area, use an (or press the L key), then click-drag to surrounds the area you want to copy. the contents from the current layer only, flick toward  Cmd+C for Mac or Ctrl+C for PC. or press Cmd+V for Mac or Ctrl+V for PC . or press

To paste, flick toward 

Move, rotate, or scale a selected area


Use the Transform Layer puck to move, rotate, and scale content. Use one of the Selection tools, then the Transform Layer puck appears. Note -  To move, rotate, or scale a selected area for all layers, merge the layers first.

To move a selection, highlight the move outer circle. Tap, then drag to move the layer around the canvas.

To rotate a selection around its center, highlight the rotate middle circle. Tap, then drag in a circular motion in the direction you want to rotate.

To scale a selection bigger or smaller, highlight the scale inner circle. Tap, then drag to scale up or down to display the percentage scaling.

To non-proportionately scale a selection, highlight the upper part of the inner circle. Tap, then drag in the direction you want scaled.

Crop
Select Image > Crop or Crop to Selection, then tap-drag to surround the area. Anything outside the selection is deleted. Tap to remove unselected parts of the sketch. Crop makes a square or rectangular crop selection.   rop to Selection crops irregular, C square, and rectangular selections.

Resizing the canvas


Use Image > Canvas Size to set size of the canvas, using inches, cm, or mm. Tap the Anchor interface to specify how to crop the canvas.

Fit a resized image onto the screen


To expand or reduce an image to fill the screen, select press Cmd+0 (zero) for Mac or Ctrl+0 (zero) for PC. and flick toward Fit to View or

Rotate canvas
To rotate the canvas, hold down the Spacebar, mouse over the rotate ring of the puck, then click-drag to freely pivot the canvas.

Rotate or ip your sketch


Rotate Image CCW Rotate Image CW Flip canvas Vertically Mirror Canvas Flip Layer Vertically Mirror Layer

To rotate an image counter-clockwise, select Image > Rotate Image CCW To rotate an image  clockwise, select Image > Rotate Image CW . Note - Keep selecting either of these to rotate the image 180 or 270 degrees.

To flip an image vertically, select

To flip an image horizontally, select

Add an image
An image, such as a PXD from Pixlr, can be inserted onto the current layer or imported onto a new layer. To add an image, select File > Add Image, then select a file. Note -  W hen adding a PXD image to a sketch, SketchBook flattens the file, without making any visual changes. If you do not like its placement, choose to undo it and try again.

Create a new sketch


To create a new sketch, select and flick toward or press CMD+N for Mac or Ctrl+N for PC. Note -  Use the Preferences window to set the default canvas size opened when you create new sketches.

Save your sketch


When saving a file, you can set the format of the saved file. For layered files, you can save and open ones with up to 6 layers.

Save your sketch as an Adobe Photoshop le


When saving, select the Adobe Photoshop PSD file type option for Mac or Adobe Photoshop Files (*.PSD) file type option for PC.

Save your sketch as a PXD


Save images as PXDs to work on them in Pixlr. For images with colored text, to preserve the color, SketchBook converts the text to an image. To save a sketch that can be opened in Pixlr, select File > Save as type > PXD Files (*.pxd).

Save your sketch as an image le


When saving, select the type of image you want saved. Note -  Only the TIFF and PSD image formats preserve layers. Saving them as any other image format flattens them. Only use Autodesk SketchBook Express to read TIFF files containing layers. We do not advise you to open these images in other programs because we cannot guarantee layer preservation.

Save location options


Choose where a project is saved - locally or to iCloud.

Save locally
Save a project to the computer you are using. In the Save or Save As dialog, browse to a location on your machine and tap Save. Files can be saved as any format.

Save to iCloud
Save a project to iCloud to access it from anywhere and any device or platform. In the Save or Save As dialog, tap Go to iCloud Gallery.

Open a saved sketch


To open sketches of various formats, select Ctrl+O for PC. and flick toward or press Cmd+O for Mac or

Open a sketch stored on iCloud


Access a project stored on iCloud from anywhere and with any machine. In the Open dialog, tap Go to iCloud Gallery.

Open a PXD
Open an image from Pixlr in SketchBook. If the image uses a blend mode not supported by SketchBook, the Normal blend mode is used to replace it. To bring an image from Pixlr into SketchBook, select File > Open, then select a PXD file.

Remove a project from the SketchBook iCloud Gallery


Select a file and tap [X] Delete.

Use Layers
Use layers to make changes to an image without midifying the content on other layers. Use multiple layers for drawing complex sketches or to test variations of a design.

How do I use layers?


1. Select and flick toward to open the Layer Editor. /hide or rename a layer. 2. Tap-hold the middle of a layer to show 

Select a layer
In the Layer Editor, tap a layer to select and highlight it. All actions are applied to this layer, until another layer is selected. Note - Only one layer can be selected and active at a time.

Persistent selection
After selecting a region on the canvas, you can add, delete, or switch layers, while the marching ants created by the Select/Lasso/Crop tools stay active. Your selection is maintained.

Edit a layer
With a layer selected in the Layer Editor, move, rotate, or scale the layer, mirror or flip its content, use the color correction tools, or add text. Note - M  oving, rotating, and scaling a layer only affects the current layer. To move, rotate, or scale the entire canvas, merge all the layers first. To move, rotate, or scale a layer, flick toward or press-hold the V key and use the Transform puck. To do this to another layer, select a new layer and repeat. Note - I  f using the V hotkey, press and hold it down, as you tap the top of the middle circle, and drag up, down, right, or left. To mirror or flip a layer, see Rotate or flip your sketch.

Clearing an area from the current layer


1. F  lick toward or , or press the M key, then drag over the area you want to clear. 2.  Next, either flick toward or press the Delete key to remove the selected area.

Organize layers
Drag layers and reposition them and change the spacial position of objects and how they combine to create the overall composition. Once satisfied with layer order, they can be combined by merging two or all of them. In the Layer Editor, pen down on to drag the layer up or down. Release the stylus to drop the layer into position.

Change the transparency of a layer

Full opacity

Medium opacity (translucent)

Transparent

Blend a layer with other layers using transparency. In the Layer Editor, with a layer selected, drag the slider to the opacity. Note -  If a layer is not visible, check to see if the opacity is at 0%.

Annotate, Send, Print & Present


Print images or email them. Annotate sketches. Present sketches to colleagues, clients, or friends.

Text
Use to create simple RTF text objects. Set the font, size, style, and color.

Adding text
1.  To add text, in the toolbar, tap . 2.  Start typing in the Edit Text Layer window. 3.  Use the editing tools to make changes to the text. 4. Tap OK when finished.

Editing text
In the Edit Text Layer window, select the text and do any of the following: Tap the Font menu to set the text font. Tap the Size dropdown to set text size. Tap to bold the text.   Tap to italicize the text.  Tap to underline the text.  Tap to strike out the text.  Tap to set the text color.

Changing the transparency of text


The opacity of the text can be changed using the layers opacity slider. Click-drag the opacity slider to change the transparency of the text. Note -  The opacity of all content on the layer will be affected by this change. We recommend the text be on one layer and other content on another.

Email a sketch
Email a sketch to someone by selecting File > Send Mail.

Troubleshooting
For PC users, if you get a message that you cannot email the image, check that: To select a default email application on a Windows XP system: You have an email account set up on your computer. You have selected a default email application. Your email program is open. Some email programs (for example, Microsoft Outlook) must be open before using this feature. Try the following: You can launch your default email program from outside of SketchBook. From the Windows Start menu, choose Run. Type the mailto: command.  Click OK. Go to the Internet Properties control panel (Start > Settings > Control Panel > Internet Options). Click the Programs tab.  Pick the default email application from the E-mail dropdown list.

If a new empty message window does not appear, then there is a problem with the configuration of your email application and/or account. For Mac users, if you get a message that you cannot email the image, check that: You have an email account set up on your computer.  You have selected a default email application.  You can launch your default email program from outside SketchBook. 

If your email program creates the email message, but cannot send the message, ensure that your email service provider is operational. (Refer to the documentation of your email program for further information.)

Print a sketch
Make printouts of your sketches by selecting File > Print.

Flip through your sketches


View the images in a folder. To move to the next image in the current folder, tap  , . Images are displayed in increasing then flick toward order by file name. For example, HOUSE1, HOUSE2, HOUSE3. To move to the previous image in the current folder, tap  then flick toward . Images are displayed in decreasing order by file name. For example, HOUSE3, HOUSE2, HOUSE1. Note -  If you mark up the images, a prompt to save your changes when you go to the previous or next image appears. To preserve the original image, save the marked-up image under a different file name. ,

Present images
Organize and determine their order, then hide the interface to make the images the focal point. Put your images in order for presentation - Create a folder containing the images you want to include in the presentation. Rename the images in the folder in alphabetical or numerical order you want to present them. Presenting images - Browse to the folder containing the images you want to present. Open the first file in the folder. To show the next image, tap To go backwards, tap , then flick toward . . , then flick toward

Hiding the interface for a bigger viewing area To view a full-size display with no title bar or tools, tap , then flick . To move back and forth between images, use the Page Up and Page Down keys. To view all the tools again, tap , then flick .

Hide or move the interface


Use these tools to set what interface elements are visible. Displays the toolbar and lagoon and flips it to the left corner of the canvas. Display the toolbar and lagoon and flips the lagoon to the right corner of the canvas.  Hide the toolbar and lagoon.  Display the toolbar, but hide the lagoon. 

Hiding or showing scroll bars


In the Preferences, tap the Canvas tab. Turn off Enable canvas scroll bars. Note - Y  ou can still use the Zoom and Move tool to view those parts of the image that are off the screen.

Changing the behavior of Page Up and Page Down


Some machines use the Page Up and Page Down keys differently for browsing to previous or next files. Tap the General tab, in the Page Up section, ap one of the following setting to set up the program behavior that works best for your system. Open next image  Open previous image 

Adjust System & Program Settings


Create your own marking menus and populate the lagoon with the options you use most frequently. Right-tap to access a virtual floating lagoon.

Changing the Maximum Number of Undos


Changing the number of undos only takes effect once a file is created or another one is imported. We recommend you restart SketchBook. Tap the General tab. Enter the number of undos in Maximum undos. The maximum value is 75, but we recommend a lower value for optimal speed and performance.

Change the brush cursor


In your Preferences, set the type of display for the brush cursor.

Remove the brush outline


By default, a brush outline appears for the sharpen, blur, and smear brushes, eraser, and other low-opacity brushes such as the airbrush. This outline lets you see the size of the brush before you start drawing. In your Preferences, this can be turned off.

Improve performance
Some users may experience slower performance when Enable Rotate Canvas is enabled. This can be corrected by changing a setting in the Preferences General tap, which turn off Enable Rotate Canvas.

Wacom tablet troubleshooting


For users of either the Wacom Cintiq or Intuos tablet devices, who have experienced any of the following issues: Cursor offset (Cintiq)  Cursor acceleration (dual monitor setups) Erratic pen input 

You may want to also read these articles at visit the following links: h ttp://www.wacom.com/faqs/view. php?id=289 http://www.wacom.com/faqs/view. php?id=115

Installing the latest drivers


If your Wacom device seems to work when you first plug it in, but you experience erratic behavior (for example, problems with stylus pressure or with drifting or offset of the brush stroke), you need the latest tablet driver. Note -  If you switch from serial to USB devices, try uninstalling the tablet driver and reinstalling it. For the latest Wacom drivers, go to the Support area of http://www.wacom.com. Install a tablet driver only after you have plugged in the Wacom device, uninstalled the previous driver, and restarted. Note - F  or PC users, do not install Wacom drivers on a Tablet PC. Only install those drivers provided by your Tablet PC manufacturer.

Using default tip pressure feel


If you find that brush strokes change abruptly from too light to too dark as you vary the amount of pressure you apply to your stylus: 1. For PC users, display the Wacom Tablet Properties window. Access this window from Start > Settings > Control Panel > Wacom tablet. For Mac users, find the installed Wacom drivers and double-clicking the Wacom Tablet icon to access this window. 2. T  o customized settings for other applications, add Autodesk SketchBook Express to the list of applications with customized tool settings, which applies the changes only to it. 3. Move the Tip Pressure Feel slider to half-way between Soft and Hard. The shape of the pressure curve in the More Options display must be a diagonal line. It takes this shape by default when you move the Tip Pressure Feel slider to the middle.

stylus responsiveness.

For information about using SketchBook with Wacom tablets, see the section to follow, Adjusting

Adjusting stylus responsiveness


Styli (pens) for various systems each respond differently to the pressure you apply. Stylus responsiveness can be changed. Keep in mind, this setting affects brushstrokes for all pressure-sensitive brushes. If you dislike the feel of your current stylus, do the following: 1.  Select a pressure-sensitive brush, such as the pencil. Note -  You cannot adjust stylus responsiveness, unless the current brush is pressure-sensitive. 2. Select Edit > Stylus Responsiveness. The Stylus Responsiveness window appears. 3. M  ove the slider to the right to increase the responsiveness of the stylus. As you move toward the Less end of the scale, the feel of the stylus becomes softer. You do not have to press hard to get dark and thick strokes. As you move toward the More end of the scale, the feel of the stylus becomes harder. Press hard to get dark, thick strokes. 4. Test  your stylus on the canvas. Experiment with different types of brushes. Note - The Stylus Responsiveness window stays up while you test.  eep testing with different responsiveness values until the marks on the screen look and feel K right. With heavy pressure, the markers and other heavier brushes tend to make dark, thick strokes. With light pressure, the pencils tend to make light, but visible strokes. Note - You may need to adjust the pen responsiveness each time you use a different tablet or stylus.

Adjusting stylus responsiveness for one brush


The Stylus Responsiveness window applies to all brushes. To create a brush that responds differently to the pressure you apply to the stylus, create a do-it-yourself brush and change its size and opacity levels. Note -  Brushstrokes can change abruptly from too light to too dark as you vary the stylus pressure. Setting the tip pressure feel to its default value corrects the abrupt changes.

Reset Preferences
Reset your preferences to their default state. Select Edit > Preferences and tap Factory Settings, then tap a Reset button and OK .

Hotkey shortcuts
Use this list to see the hotkey assignments in SketchBook.

Lagoon Icon

Icon

Name and location Tools/Views Lagoon


Zoom/Rotate/Move Canvas Lagoon: Tools/View marking menu Fit to View Lagoon: Tools/View marking menu Add Text Layer Lagoon: Tools/View marking menu Edit Text Layer Lagoon: Tools/View marking menu Ruler (Show/Hide) Lagoon: Tools/View marking menu Ellipse (Show/Hide) Lagoon: Tools/View marking menu Symmetry Y (on/off) Lagoon: Tools/View marking menu Image menu Actual View Lagoon: Tools/View marking menu

Hotkey Mac
1+tap-hold

Hotkey PC
1+tap-hold

Spacebar

Spacebar

+O

Ctrl+O

Option+

+O

Ctrl+Alt+O

Lagoon Icon

Icon

Name and location Brushes, Fills, Tools Lagoon


Swap Between 2 Brushes Lagoon: Brushes, Fills, Tools marking menu Resize a brush Change brush opacity (Pro ONLY) Change brush slant (Pro ONLY)

Hotkey Mac
2+tap-hold

Hotkey PC
2+tap-hold

B+tap-drag O+tap-drag /+tap-drag

B+tap-drag O+tap-drag /+tap-drag

Colors Lagoon Edit Lagoon


Select Lagoon: Edit marking menu Lasso Select Lagoon: Edit marking menu Clear Lagoon: Edit marking menu Edit menu Copy Lagoon: Edit marking menu Image menu Paste Lagoon: Edit marking menu Edit menu Cut Lagoon: Edit marking menu Edit menu Move/Rotate/Scale Layer Lagoon: Edit marking menu

3+tap-hold

3+tap-hold

4+tap-hold

4+tap-hold

Del

Del

+C

Ctrl+C

+V

Ctrl+V

+X

Ctrl+X

Lagoon Icon

Icon

Name and location


Save Lagoon: File marking menu File menu New Lagoon: File marking menu File menu Open Lagoon: File marking menu File menu

Hotkey Mac

Hotkey PC

+S

Ctrl+S

+N

Ctrl+N

+O

Ctrl+O

Undo / Edit menu Under the Lagoon Redo / Edit menu Under the Lagoon
+Y +Z

Ctrl+Z

Ctrl+Y

Right-click marking menu

Zoom/Rotate/Move Canvas (Spacebar)

Actual Size (Ctrl+Alt+O)

Fit to View (Ctrl+O)

Symmetry (Y)

Ruler - Show/Hide (R)

Symmetry (X)

Ellipse - Show/Hide (E)

Artistic Acknowledgements
Thanks to all the artists who contributed sketches for use in this manual!

Nick Harris Were Going To Need A Bigger Carrot

Nick Harris Gavins new anti-fog goggles

Nick Harris Just Ripe For Gobblin

i Wei Subconsious Pattern

Nick Harris Noooo

Creaturebox Simian Print

Jay Schuster Gear

Luis Peso Chocolate

David Baas Skylight

Nick Harris Tunnel