- What is PicsArt Colour Tool?
- What are the adjustment options of the PicsArt Colour Tool? And,
- How to use the PicsArt Colour Tool?
What is PicsArt Colour Tool?
What are the adjustment options of PicsArt Colour Tool?
You also get the option to pick a colour, or create a colour automatically by using the Colour Picker.
Let us get to know more about all the options mentioned above.
“RGB” refers to Red, Green and Blue pixels. You can adjust each pixel individually to achieve the demanded Colour.
Simply, by mixing all the three pixels altogether. You can create almost infinite number of colours with ease.
“HSB” stands for Hue, Saturation and Brightness for each individual pixels.
Similar to RGB pixels. You do get the option to adjust each pixel individually to find the perfect Colour.
By adjusting the HSB for a colour. You can create colours for every temperature. Such as warm or cold. You can create darker brown or lighter green etc.
If you are uncomfortable getting too complicated in creating the right colour for your drawings. Alternatively you can use the Colour Picker tool to easily pick a colour right from your available image.
Colour Picker works by copying the Colour of your choice. Once done. You can go back to HSB and do more settings to get the perfect Colour. It’s optional.
In order to use the Colour Picker Tool. You can tap on the Colour Picker icon, present next to the Colour bar. Or, an easy way would be to just long tap on any part of the image.
How to use the PicsArt Colour Tool?
Step 2 : On the Drawing Interface, Tap on the Colour box. A dialog box appears.
Now you can see the colours popping out in front of your eyes. You can select any colour from the already available colours or,
Step 3 : You can do all the necessary adjustments such as RGB and HSB if you want to create a custom colour.
First create a Colour by using the RGB option. Later, you may add effects to the particular Colour by adding Hue, Saturation or Brightness to the Colour.
Step 4 : Tap on the top right check mark (✓) to save your Colour and Start Drawing.