Krita/Manual/BrushEngines/CloneBrush

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Information
The Duplicate brush engine is renamed Clone brush engine in 2.9 to make it easier to find for new users, and easier to translate for translators


Clone Brush

The clone brush is a brush engine that allows you to paint with a duplication of a section of a paint-layer. This is useful in manipulation of photos and textures.

Usage and Hotkeys

To see the source, you need to set the brush-cursor settings to brush outline.

The clone tool can now clone from the projection and it's possible to change the clone source layer. Press ctrl-alt-click to select a new clone source on the current layer. ctrl-click to select a new clone source point on the layer that was active when you selected the clone op.

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Warning
Ctrl+alt+click is temporarily disabled on 2.9.7


Settings

Brushtip
The usual.
Blending Mode
The usual p2.
Opacity
The usual p3

Painting mode

Healing
This turns the clone brush into a healing brush: often used for removing blemishes in photo retouching, and maybe blemishes in painting.
Perspective correction
Doesn't seem to work.
Source Point move.
This will determine whether you will replicate the source point per dab or per stroke. Can be useful when used with the healing brush.
Clone from all visible layers.
Tick this to force cloning of all layers instead of just the active one.

Texture etc.


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