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Eye-dropper like tool for texture of trail

Graphic Design Asked by Cyril Gliner on January 6, 2022

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I’d like to be able to ‘draw’ more of the trail that can be seen in the above picture in between the two trees.
I’m doing data augmentation for ML, so I want to have the same features but maybe add another one in a different direction for example, with a loop etc…

Is there some sort of tool (something similar to the eyedropper), where I could have a pen that would draw this?

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I would create a custom brush for this. Using a small part of the image, adjust the curves to create more contrast, and convert to black and white, erase any extraneous pixels. Define this as a brush. And apply settings similar to those shown below.

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Back in your image, select a suitable foreground colour, set the brush size accordingly, and paint with the brush.

Example edit

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Answered by Billy Kerr on January 6, 2022

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