Top 5 Short­cuts

Learn th­ese es­sen­tial short­cuts and stream­line your cre­ative process

ImagineFX - - Photoshop Quick Fixes -

The Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V, and Ctrl+X (PC) or Cmd+C, Cmd+V and Cmd+X (Mac) com­mands are copy, paste and cut, re­spec­tively. They’re handy when you need to fea­ture re­peat­ing shapes in your art. The Eye drop­per is a handy tool that re­places your brush’s fore­ground colour with what­ever hue you click. You can eas­ily ac­cess it while us­ing the Brush tool by hold­ing down Alt. If you’re mov­ing around sev­eral ob­jects, hold­ing Ctrl or Cmd while us­ing the Se­lec­tion tool will make the se­lected area mov­able. When work­ing on two sides of a se­lected area, press Ctrl+Alt+Shift (PC) or Cmd+Alt+Shift (Mac) to in­vert it, to in­clude ev­ery­thing but your pre­vi­ously high­lighted space. If you make a mis­take, press Ctrl+Z (PC) or Cmd+Z (Mac) to take you back an ac­tion. Soon, you’ll be search­ing your mind for the Undo but­ton while draw­ing in a sketch­book, talk­ing to friends on­line and star­ing at sky-high bar bills.






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