Quick Photoshop Question

AgaBoogaBoo

Lifer
Feb 16, 2003
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If I'm working on an image and I want to continue from the same color already in use, how can I do this without copying and pasting a block of it? I assume there's a better way because I'm trying to edit an image and I just end up using small blocks or circles and pasting it over and over which probably isn't the right way.

Oh, and I don't know the color values so I couldn't enter that in either

Also, do I use the same process if I want to do it with a texture?
 

mandala

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Dec 24, 2003
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There is a little tool called an "eye dropper" that "picks up" the color that you select (float it above the color you want to select and push the button and your selected color appears on your color palate). It only picks up one color though (not the multitude of different colors that would be present in textured/shaded areas).
 

AgaBoogaBoo

Lifer
Feb 16, 2003
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Thanks, that works. One more question, what do I do if I want it to use a texture? It's not a single color all over, there are blobs of other colors