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Drawing with the Pencil Tool’s Ellipse Shape and the Bucket Fill
You will learn how to work with the Pen tool’s ellipse shape option
to draw the outline of the boat. Then, you will learn how to use the Bucket
Fill tool in color fill in the space within an unclosed curve.
First, create a new layer ontop of the Grass layer you just
created earlier. Label it Boat and Rope.
Select the Pencil tool (). In the Pencil Tool Control Bar,
set Smoothing to 20 and Shape to Ellipse.
Using the guides, click-drag the Pencil tool along the nearer edge of
the top of the boat, and keeping the left mouse key depressed, continue
drawing along the bottom of the boat back to the starting point. Note that
there is a very thin line showing where you had drawn.
While you draw, you will note irregularities in the curvature of the
line trace because of your hand jiggling a little bit or the cat running
interference against your arm and hand. The Smoothing function will
eliminate many of the irregularities because you set its level to 20.
You’ll smooth the remaining irregularities out shortly.
If you’re not satisfied with the result, you can always undo the
-Z or by choosing Edit > Undo and start over.
You will see only the bounding box of the drawing area at first.
Click on the Node tool (). The curve and its nodes appear.
There is an open circle at the starting point of the curve. This circle
is the Thickness handle for the ellipse shape option.
With the Node tool active, click-drag the circle away from the
central line of the curve (its spine) a little bit to widen it. The circle
turns red when you activate it.
Release the left mouse key and select the Select tool ().
The curve is filled with the last color you used with the Pencil tool
Select the Node tool () again to make the curve line, nodes, and
the Thickness handle visible. Click-drag the Thickness handle in toward the
starting node to which it is attached to make the curve thinner. The
Thickness handle can be very sensitive to movement, so it might be helpful
to magnify the artwork so you can control the handle’s movement more
With the curve thinner, it is easier to see the remaining
irregularities in the curve. You will now make it partially transparent so
that you can see the underlying guide and adjust the spine of the curve to
match its path.
With the curve still selected, change its opacity from 100 to
50 percent using the Opacity box next to the Fill and
Stroke indicators in the lower left corner of the work window.
Now make the adjustments you feel are needed to bring the drawn
curve into conformity with the guide curve underneath.
You might need to move nodes, adjust node handles, delete nodes, and
add others at locations along the curve to help you achieve the look you
want. Go for simplicity in the number of nodes needed to modify the curve.
Consider the figure below — it needs only six nodes placed at the ends
and at places where the curvature changes in sharpness. They are all that
are needed in this case.
When you are finished making fine adjustments, bring the
curve’s opacity up to 100.
Change the color fill of the curve to a dark orange.
In the Stroke and Fill dialog box, Fill panel, type
the hexadecimal code 339933ff into the RGBA text box and
to set it.
Now draw the upper rim of the boat with the Pencil tool ().
Select the Node tool () to view the curve you just drew with its
nodes and Thickness handle.
Click on the Dropper tool () in the toolbox to select the color
of the curve you drew earlier.
Click in the dark orange curve with the Dropper tool to sample its
color. The newly drawn curve fills with dark orange.
Set the curve’s opacity to 50 percent as you did in Step
Make fine adjustments to the curve’s shape. Note that only
two nodes are needed at the ends. The node handles take care of the
Now draw in the sitting benches in the boat. Select Shape =
None in the Pencil Tool Controls Bar and trace over the guides
that represent the two benches.
Using the Stroke style panel in the Fill and Stroke
dialog box, set the Width to 8 px.
You will now paint the area inside the lower curve.
Select the Paint Bucket tool ()
in the toolbox.
Position the Paint Bucket cursor ()
over the blank area inside the (almost completely closed) curve.
Click inside the curve. The blank area is now filled with the same
dark orange as the boat’ edge curves.
Note that the fill stops at the right end where the guide is located.
The Paint Bucket tool interprets the line as a stopping point when it fills
the blank area.
The color fill also stops at the left end where there is a small opening
between the starting and ending points of the curve.
With the color fill area still selected, change the color of the fill
to a brighter orange.
In the Stroke and Fill dialog box, Fill panel, type
the hexadecimal code 99cc33ff into the RGBA text box and
to set it. You can see the two areas that are not filled
The Paint Bucket tool is sensitive to the magnification of
the area you want to fill. By increasing the magnification of the fill area,
you can undo what you just did in filling the area, and refill it using a
Increase the magnification of the fill area, making sure that none of it
goes outside the window area — any part outside the window is
considered a boundary by the Paint Bucket tool and filling will stop
at that limit.
Go to the Layer dialog box and click on the Eye icon for
the bottommost Guides layer to turn off visibility. The guides are
still there, just not rendered.
Undo, then redo color-filling the blank area with the Paint Bucket tool
(). With the right end guide hidden, the color fill extends
further to the right inside the curve.
Magnify the left end of the curve. Select the Node tool () to see
the nodes, node handles, and line of the color fill area.
The color fill area is placed above its bounding curve in the image
stack. You can now reshape the fill area by adjusting its nodes and node
handles so that it overlaps the curve slightly, eliminating any spurious
opening spaces between fill area and bounding curve.
Adjust any nodes and node handles to create a slight overlap. At the left
end of the fill area, pull the area to the left a little to fill the gap
between the starting point and the ending point better.
Click on the Select tool () and then click on the Lower
selection one step icon (), perhaps up to six
times, to lower the fill area underneath the curve.
Choose Edit > Deselect to deselect the artwork.
Your current artwork should appear similar to the image below, with
the Guides layer visible. It might not be exact, but that is not the
point. The important thing is that you are now familiar with the techniques
that brought you to this point of excellence.
File > Save.