general:interface_navigation:brush_components:limiter

Another very important feature on the Top Bar, is the Height/Color Limiter or Conditions. This function allows you to, for example, paint more in a cavity, or more on peaks, or more on a specific color or even a mask.
It’s a helpful way to paint in details such as grime around nuts, or rusty colors in rust spots.

Conditions can be accessed by clicking the Top Bar. These conditions are:

Always: Applies to every pixel of the layer.
More on Concave: Applies to areas that are more concave, and lets you fill crevices.
More on Convex: Applies to areas that are more convex, applying the material to more rounded external surfaces.
Less on Concave: Similar to More on Concave, but applies in the opposite form by allowing a little less in concave areas and a little more on convex.
Less on Convex: Similar to More on Convex, but applies in the opposite form by allowing a little less on convex areas and a little more in concave.
More on Flat: Applies only to flatter surfaces.
More on Curve: Applies only to more curved surfaces.
More on Lit: Applies to areas that are well lit, uses an Ambient Occlusion map to determine placement.
More on Shadow: Similar to More on Lit, but applies to the darker areas of an Ambient Occlusion map.
More on Top: Applies only to the upper areas of the surface.
More on Bottom: Applies only to the bottom areas of the surface.
More on Sides: Applies only on the sides of the surface.

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  • general/interface_navigation/brush_components/limiter.txt
  • Last modified: 2019/10/03 14:18
  • by carlosan