You can use Contiguous area selection tool or Similar color selection tool to select the emptiness or the background color around your painted areas and then invert the selection in the Select menu or by pressing Ctrl+Shift+I.
How do you select and move in Krita?
Moving and Transformation of contents is done using tools into Krita. You can then find them in the toolbar. If you are familiar with the way to move layers in PS by holding down Ctrl, you can do the same in Krita by pressing the T key for the move tool (think ‘T’ranslate) or Ctrl+T for transform tool.
Does Krita have a quick selection tool?
This tool, represented by a magic wand, allows you to make Selections by selecting a point of color. It will select any contiguous areas of a similar color to the one you selected. You can adjust the “fuzziness” of the tool in the tool options dock.
How do I open tool options in Krita?
Gives you the tool options in the toolbar, next to the brush settings. You can open it with the key. In Krita 4.2 the behavior of flow in combination with opacity was changed.
How do you flip a selection on Ibispaint?
Open the Layer window and tap ① Invert Layer Horizontally. Continue to flip back and forth, adjusting the image until it all looks OK.
Where is the Mirror tool in Krita?
The Mirror Tools are accessed along the toolbar. You can move the location of the mirror line by grabbing the handle.
How do I use the Krita selection mask?
To do so, you first need to activate the global selection as a layer node. To do so, go into Select ‣ Show Global Selection Mask. The global selection, if you have anything selected, will now appear on the top of the layer stack as a selection mask.
How do I use the magnetic selection tool in Krita?
This tool is not bound to any Hotkey, if you want to define one, go to Settings ‣ Configure Krita ‣ Keyboard Shortcuts and search for ‘Magnetic Selection Tool’, there you can select the shortcut you want.