If you are familiar with the way to move layers in PS by holding down Ctrl, you can do the same in Krita by pressing the T key for the move tool (think ‘T’ranslate) or Ctrl+T for transform tool. Press ‘B’ to go back to the brush tool when the transformation or translation is done.
How do I switch between layers in Krita?
Page Up and Page Down keys for switching between layers. Ctrl + Page Up and Ctrl + Page Down shortcuts will move the selected layers up and down.
How do I select a layer in paint in Krita?
If you go into selection->show global selection mask, you will have the global selection as a seperate selection mask at the top of the layer stack. It’s only visible if you already have something selected. Once you have selected something, you can choose to paint on it with black or white as well.
Does Krita have adjustment layers?
Yes, Krita has adjustment layers. … However, if you apply the Levels adjustment by clicking “OK,” then right click on the adjustment layer and choose “properties” (red arrow in the image above), it’ll bring the levels adjustment up in a separate dialogue and the histogram now displays.
How do I group layers in Krita?
You can quickly create a group layer by selecting the layers that should be grouped together and then pressing the Ctrl + G shortcut.
How do I change the opacity of a layer in Krita?
Click on a paint layer in the layers docker. Click on “+” drop-down in the bottom left corner of the layers docker and choose Transparency Mask. Use your preferred paint tool to paint on the canvas. Black paints transparency (see-through), white paints opacity (visible).
How do I select multiple areas in Krita?
Contiguous Selection Tool
- Shift + sets the subsequent selection to ‘add’. You can release the Shift key while dragging, but it will still be set to ‘add’. …
- Alt + sets the subsequent selection to ‘subtract’.
- Ctrl + sets the subsequent selection to ‘replace’.
- Shift + Alt + sets the subsequent selection to ‘intersect’.
How do you use outline selection tool in Krita?
Click and drag to draw a border around the section you wish to select. This tool was previously called as the Outline Selection tool. Starting from Krita 4.4.
Hotkeys and Sticky keys
- Shift + …
- Alt + …
- Ctrl + …
- Shift + Alt +
How do you invert selection in Krita?
You can use Contiguous area selection tool or Similar color selection tool to select the emptiness or the background color around your painted areas and then invert the selection in the Select menu or by pressing Ctrl+Shift+I.