How to make circle in SAI by Keichan411 on DeviantArt
You can make a decent sized circle using the vector curve, save it as an ‘asset’, and store it somewhere easy to find. Then, whenever you need a circle, open the file and drag the circle layer into your project.
How do you draw a circle in Paint Tool SAI?
> Select the shape with “Select Strokes From Selection” or ALT S T; make sure the entire circle is selected, or you’ll end up moving a control point and deforming the circle.
How do you make a shape in Paint Tool SAI?
PaintTool SAI: How to Make a Box
- Place the mouse cursor over a point on the image for one of the box’s corners.
- Left-click on the image, hold down the mouse button, and drag the mouse cursor to draw the box.
- Release the mouse button to select the box’s outline.
Where is the curve tool in Paint Tool SAI?
Right-click on the area in your image where you’d like your curve to begin and select the “Curve” tool from SAI’s toolbox.
How do you make a speech bubble on Paint Tool SAI?
Draw a basic ellipsis on its own layer for spikey speech bubbles, then use the Line Tool and Pressure tool on the line art layer to create the spiked bubble. Copy and paste some spikes and put them closer together if you want to save time, but the closer they get the harder it is to edit the points.
How do I resize a selection in Paint Tool SAI?
Dragging Control Points to Resize
- Select the objects.
- Place the cursor on a Scale control point.
- Click and drag the Scale control point, holding Ctrl to use the objects’ centerline as a stationary point and Shift to scale them disproportionately.
How do you move the ruler in Paint Tool SAI?
The first thing you’ll want to do is move the black crosshairs on your horizon line (ctrl-left mouse button). The horizontal position doesn’t seem to matter much, but the vertical position is critical to get right now because moving it later will reposition the entire ruler instead of just the horizon within it.
Does SAI have a line tool?
Line Type Tool This tool changes the line type of clicked strokes; it is only supported by the linework layer, and it also supports the control point tool’s function using the Ctrl/Shift/Alt keys.