Configuring the Workspace

The Studio Artist Workspace is extremely user configurable. This tip will discuss how you can reorganize and configure the workspace to suit your particular style of working. The workspace consists of the main working canvas and a series of editing palettes and toolbars. The centered working canvas is where you paint or build up an…

Answers to Common Getting Started Questions

Tips and Tricks Blog Getting Started Common Questions Training Videos Additional ResourcesAnswers to Some Common Questions This tip provides some answers to common getting started questions for beginning users of Studio Artist. How do I set the canvas to the source image? How do I erase the canvas to a fixed color background? The erase…

How to Erase the Canvas

A simple question that comes up when getting started using Studio Artist for the first time is how to erase the canvas. The quick answer is that you can use the eraser button in the main operation toolbar shown above to erase the canvas. This tip discusses the different options available for erasing the canvas…

Workspace

The main canvas is located in the center of the main workspace window. Control palettes can be flexibly docked at the borders of the main workspace. You have a lot of flexibility to custom organize the workspace based on your personal preferences. To reconfigure your workspace just mouse down on the title bar of the…