Bezier curve: How to fix an unexpected shape when connecting the first and last points

2,799

Etomo

Etomo

Hey! everyone!

I hope you're well!

I'm tired, but I'm still trying my best!

 

Well! This time!

Have you ever connected the first point and the last point of a Bézier curve?

When you connect them, it becomes a loop.

 

It would be great if it turned out to be the shape you had in mind, but often the shape doesn't turn out as intended.

 

Because of things like that, I think many people shy away from Bézier curves.

 

To correct these, select the "Operation" icon in the image below (the icon with the arrow) and touch the line with the cursor to return to creating the Bézier curve and make adjustments.

However, there is one thing to note.

The layer on which the Bézier curve is created must be a "vector layer."

 

Please note that Bézier curves on "raster layers" cannot be adjusted using "operations."

 

And here's one more useful bonus tip.

When creating a Bézier curve with multiple points, you may want to go back to a previous point and start over.

 

In such cases, you can return to the previous point and start over by pressing the "Delete" key on your keyboard once!

 

However, there is also one thing to note here.

If you have already created a Bézier curve, all of it will be erased if you press "Delete," so be careful.

 

I have posted a video on YouTube that explains the above (excluding the bonus "Delete") and how to modify a Bézier curve.

Please take a look if you'd like.

When watching, I think it will be easier to understand if you set the "automatic translation function" to your native language.

Thank you for reading to the end.

 

I've said this many times before, but don't give up on your dreams, keep drawing!

 

If you get tired of drawing, take a break from it for a while, and when you feel like drawing again, keep drawing!

 

That's what I do!

 

See you next time!

Comment

New

New Official Articles