A Stencil allows you to load an image in the viewport to define a screen space mask for painting in your viewport. This feature is great for quickly laying down logos, graffiti, grime, and other patterned detail.
Manipulate your stencils on the fly using:
- Z to toggle stencils on/off
- Z + LMB: rotate stencil (hold Shift to snap)
- Z + MMB: pan stencil
- Z + RMB: zoom stencil
Check out the Stencils folder in Toolbag’s Library to access dozens of free stencil textures.
|Load or replace the brush tip texture.
|Invert the stencil image.
|Fade the edges of the stencil.
|Adjust the brightness/opacity of the stencil.
|Adjust the stencil’s contrast.
|Adjust the amount of blur applied to the stencil.
|Opacity of the viewport stencil overlay.
|When checked, the stencil will repeat to fill the viewport.
|Hide When Painting
|When checked, the stencil overlay will temporarily disappear while painting.
|Adjust the tiling frequency of the stencil.
|Adjust the position of the stencil inside the viewport.
|Edit the rotation of the stencil.
|Reset the stencil to its default position.