I just discovered that if you zoom up the scale of your browser page (CTRL +) then it is easier to draw small detail in your image, especially if you are using a Wacom tablet. Then zoom back out to regular scale for viewing.
@Jeff, or you could press Ctrl+0 (on the numpad) to reset to default zoom..
I just learned this a week ago too and I [ Ctrl+ ] to draw then [Ctrl 0 ] to make it go back to normal size once I'm done to check how it looks smaller before I submit.
Sometimes I even [ Ctrl - ] a bit if I want to draw a background and fill in the space super fast with a color :P
(Well to be more specific, I have a macbook so actually my key combos use the Command key instead of Ctrl, but I assumed there's more PC users out there so I said Ctrl)
Good idea. Thanks.
Holding Ctrl while turning the scroll wheel works also if you are too lazy to take your hand off of the mouse...
I've used the browser zoom before, but I never knew that Ctrl+0 reset it to the default! Man. Wish I'd known that before! Thanks for the tip!
I play on my iPad so that I can zoom in and out just by pinching. It's helped me tremendously.
You can pinch zoom on the Wacom Pen and Touch too.
Much appreciated! Thanks Jeff!
Or set the Intuos series touch wheel on Zoom in your browser. I just realised you CAN zoom in! XD Silly me.
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