1 Choose the Paint Bucket tool -> from the toolbox.
2 Click the Fill Image button [3 on the property bar.
3 Choose one of the following options from the Fill pop-up menu:
• Current Color, which fills with the selected color.
• Gradient, which fills with the selected gradient.
• Clone Source, which fills with the current clone source image. If you haven't defined a clone source, Corel Painter fills with the current pattern.
• Weaves, which fills with the selected weave.
4 Choose the specific material you want from the Select Fill pop-up menu.
5 Type a value in the Tolerance box, or adjust the pop-up slider, to specify the range of colors to be filled.
6 Type a value in the Feather box, or adjust the pop-up slider, to specify the fill opacity for pixels outside the Tolerance range.
If you want to create intermediate fill values on the boundaries, enable the Anti-Alias check box. This gives soft edges to the fill. Anti-aliasing is desirable when the Feather setting is zero or extremely low. Click the area of the image you want to fill.
If the result is not what you want, undo the fill, change the settings, and try again.
You can constrain the fill to a rectangular area by dragging with the Paint Bucket tool.
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