Here, we will explain one of the functions of CLIPSTUDIOPAINT, "Vector Layer".
Also explained in the video. (Subtitles on recommended)
The layers typically used for drawing are mainly raster layers or vector layers. The vector layer does not use “fill” or “filter” that can be done with the raster layer, but retains the information of the drawn line, so it is good at “adjustment after drawing”. (Please see the video for the adjustment)
Click this icon in the Layers palette to create a new vector layer. A layer with the vector layer mark is created.
In addition, if you click "Vector Layer" in the "Layer" category "New Layer" at the top of the screen, a dialog to create a vector layer will be displayed. In this case, detailed settings such as naming the layer are possible before creating the layer. (Similar things are possible with raster layers.)
The tool introduced in the video looks like this.
By combining the lasso selection with the "selection" category at the top of the screen, "select a vector included in the selection", you can rotate or transform only the part you want to move even with overlapping lines on the same layer.
In combination with the Perth ruler, it is useful for background drawing.
The "Erase Vector" item exists for the eraser tool. (If it is not in the tool properties, click the spanner icon below it and look at "Sub Tool Details. In fact, there is also an item for the pen tool. If you check it, you can select the part to be erased from "touched part", "to intersection", "whole line". The item "See all layers" is also below it.
A digital child vector layer that allows you to change the anti-aliasing status of the line, the brush shape, and even the color of the line later.
The vector layer can be rasterized by right-clicking on the layer (not the canvas) (mainly a place that is not a thumbnail) and clicking "Rasterize" or clicking on the "Layer" category "Rasterize" at the top of the screen. Can be turned into layers. The raster layer can also be changed to a vector layer in the `` Layer '' category `` Convert layer '', but if you try drawing to some extent with a raster layer, you can see if you try it, but the shape of what was drawn changes Probably.
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