PicsArt Editing Tools: PicsArt Clone Tool | Clone Tool Explained

PicsArt Clone tool is an Editing Tool in PicsArt which replicates and or copies the selected pixels.

Hello there! This is Daimary John and in this post. We will learn about the PicsArt Clone Tool. We will learn how to use and also all the other tools which lie under the PicsArt Clone Tool.

PicsArt Clone Tool logo

For this project. I will be using an image of a puppy in a pot, maybe. And I will remove the red dot in the tub. Actually I will remove only 1 dot. Just to teach you how it’s done. You can get this image from Pexels.

A cute puppy

In order to start the Clone Tool, go to PicsArt>Tools>Clone Tool. You get 4 additional tools under the Clone Tool itself. These are the “Pointer”, the “Brush”, “Eraser” and the “Clear” option. Let’s get to each of these tools deeply. Starting off with,

Pointer

The pointer is used to to select a portion of an image, which will later be copied.

PicsArt Clone Tool Pointer

All you have to do is tap on the pointer and select the area which you would like to replicate. You can adjust the size of the pointer by using the brush tool, more on this below.

Brush

The Brush Tool under PicsArt Clone Tool is used to Increase or Decrease the size of the pointer.

PicsArt Clone Tool Brush

You can also Increase or Decrease the Opacity and the hardness of the brush. All you have to do is slide the button either to your left or right.

Eraser

The Eraser Tool under the PicsArt Clone Tool can be used to erase all the areas which were copied by mistake.

PicsArt Clone Tool Eraser

You can also control or adjust the Size, Opacity and Hardness of the Eraser. Or, there’s a shortcut to this. You can simply tap on the “Clear” option to completely erase all the changes made by you.

Clone Tool can also be used to erase all the unwanted objects or people in an image. You can do this by replicating the surroundings. Clone Tool can also be used to make quick copies without using any other tool or moving to another window. All you have to do is select an area with the pointer and brush in the other area anywhere you would like to.

Below is an image processed after applying the PucsArt Clone Tool.

PicsArt Clone Tool Editing

Well, this was all in this post PicsArt Clone Tool. I hope this tutorial to be the one you were looking for. If you have any questions, feel free to comment down below.

If you want to increase your knowledge over PicsArt. You can read and learn more through the following links provided below.

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