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Stripped Brush

Jan 4, 2018, 11:26
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Stripped Brush
Hello, (first post)

I've recently started using GIMP. I'd consider myself a newbie but not completely stupid.

I would like to be able to draw striped lines. There seems to be quite a few tutorials etc on doing striped backgounds etc but I was wondering if it is possible to create a "striped" brush. I know a pattern could achieve what I want but these use fixed colours (I believe). A normal brush paints the foreground colour where it is black and nothing where it is white. Can I make a simple brush that puts the background colour where the white is instead?

The reason is to be able to draw striped lines in ANY colour (by choosing them with the fore/back colour selector. I think to do this with a pattern would require a pattern for every colour combination.

I want to draw wiring diagrams in colour using multiple coloured wires (lines) some having a stripe. e.g. RED with a YELLOW stripe

Any thoughts? Confused

Thanks
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Jan 4, 2018, 11:28
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RE: Stripped Brush
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Why did you choose to join a forum that is so obviously dead and abandoned to spammers?

Better to join
https://www.gimp-forum.net
Folk who were here have moved to that forum
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Jan 4, 2018, 11:34
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RE: Stripped Brush
Didn't realise I had lol

Thanks, I'll move
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