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Old 31-08-07, 16:06   #1

 
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Default A Useful Tool For Making Small Work (Such as Pixel Art).


Well I just found out how to do this, and I think that it's really cool. It allows you to have two windows of the same document. So for instance, if you're making pixel art, you could have 1 window at 1600% and another at 100% Anytime you work on the 1600% one, it will show up on the 100% one.

All that you do is go to Window>Arrange>New Window For Untiltled_1 (Or whatever else your document is called).

For example, here is my workspace for glass's tutorial:



This is very useful because you don't have to keep zooming out just to see what your art looks like in it's actual size. You can just look at the other window while you are working on it.

I apologize if you guys already knew how to do this, lol.
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Thanks! I've never even seen this done.
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yeah man, i didnt know that either lol, gotta use it thanks
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I saw something like this on a digital painting tutorial on youtube, but I never figured it out. Thanks Cartman.
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Wow I thought everyone knew about this, guess I was wrong ^.^

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This is also new for me, thanks alot, It makes detail work easier

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i'll be truthful and not bullshit like osmebody else in this thread

thanks for showing me this C-Man, had no idea about this!
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