Draw in Deekit

#Draw #Shapes

With the drawing tools, you can change line color, size, switch between different brushes, move things around or delete them.

  1. First selecting the "Draw" tool activates it
  2. Export-menu
  3. Second click opens tool settings
  4. Right click anywhere on canvas also opens the tools

Freehand drawing

Freehand drawing tools available are:

  1. Pen
  2. Brush
  3. Marker

We smooth the lines for Brush and Marker so that your drawing result looks nicer. Pen then again keeps the lines exactly as you draw them, in case you need precision.

Each tool has different settings to customize your drawings:

Drawing tools on whiteboards

Explore the different color palettes or add your own custom color code:

Drawing tools on whiteboards

Basic Shapes

There are five shape tools available in Deekit:

  1. Line tool to draw straight lines.
  2. Rectangle tool for rectangles.
  3. Ellipse tool for circles and ellipses.
  4. Polygon tool to add ploygons.
  5. Vector tool to draw custom vector shapes as you would in advanced vector drawing tools.

There are few shortcuts available when drawing and working with drawings.

  1. Esc save and close the editor
  2. Cmd+C to copy to clipboard
  3. Cmd+V to paste from clipboard
  4. Cmd+X will cut selected items
  5. Alt+drag will create a new copy of the selection wherever you drag
  6. Holding down Ctr+draw on canvas in free-hand mode will switch to straight lines and vice versa.
  1. Esc save and close the editor
  2. Ctr+C to copy to clipboard
  3. Ctr+V to paste from clipboard
  4. Ctr+X will cut selected items
  5. Alt+drag will create a new copy of the selection wherever you drag
  6. Holding down Ctr+draw on canvas in free-hand mode will switch to straight lines and vice versa.
  1. Esc save and close the editor
  2. Ctr+C to copy to clipboard
  3. Ctr+V to paste from clipboard
  4. Ctr+X will cut selected items
  5. Alt+drag will create a new copy of the selection wherever you drag
  6. Holding down Ctr+draw on canvas in free-hand mode will switch to straight lines and vice versa.

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