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is there a way to make a subtract function in a balloon tool.. cause it easy to shape the baloon tool in invert manner and do such inverted balloon tail ....

Published date : 9 months ago

Updated date : 9 months ago


  • 9 months ago
    Hi there!

    Clip Studio Paint actually already has a tool for subtracting the size of ballons already. Here's how you get it to work:

    1) Look for the [ Correct line ] tool group on the tool bar which should be on the right by default. (it should have the icon of image 1).

    2) From there, look for the [ Correct line width ] sub tool. Once selected, on the tool property palette you can chose how it should edit the balloon.

    3) Once you get the settings you like just draw over the part of the ballon you want to edit. ( depending on your settings you may need to draw multiple times before you see any effects

    I hope this properly answers your question!
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  • 9 months ago
    I am not talking about the size of the balloon... i am taling about the shape balloon like when your subtracting from the selection tool ....
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  • 9 months ago
    I think I have figured out what you actually mean. What I believe you are asking help for, technically could be done using the balloon tool. However, not very well.

    If you must use the balloon tool. You can add a transparent/inverted section by going into the balloon tool settings and changing the [ Opacity of ground ] to 1. However, the problem is that it does not add a new outline by doing this.

    Instead of using the ballon tool I would recommend drawing a white spot as the text balloon fill. Then go into layer properties palette and turning on [ Border effect ]. After that change the color and increase the size to what you want.

    That may seem like a complex alternative, but you can actually turn it into an auto action which simplifies it to the click of a button (learn auto actions I highly reccomend it!).
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