Question about Disney Magic Artist Deluxe (4470201514)

1 Answer

Texture tool I am unable to get the texture tool to work. I click until I find the texture I want and then click on the drawing area. I draw something, but the texture I selected is not used.

Posted by on

Ad

1 Answer

  • Level 2:

    An expert who has achieved level 2 by getting 100 points

    MVP:

    An expert that gotĀ 5 achievements.

    Governor:

    An expert whose answer gotĀ voted for 20 times.

    Hot-Shot:

    An expert who has answered 20 questions.

  • Expert
  • 100 Answers

Checkout for the texture name, whether it contains special characters or not, also try reinstalling the application, if none work, try getting Help from the manufacture :P

Posted on Mar 17, 2007

Ad

1 Suggested Answer

6ya6ya
  • 2 Answers

SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

Hi,
A 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
The service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones).
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need.
Good luck!

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Ad

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

1 Answer

How do you get a texture pack in minecraft


All texture packs work for Mac. Simply go to: Library > Application Support > Minecraft > texturepacks
Download the texture pack you want, unzip it so it becomes a folder. Put the folder of the downloaded pack in the texturepack folder.
Cheers

Mar 18, 2014 | Apple Computers & Internet

Tip

Fixing textured (not popcorn) drywall ceiling


If you've got a house built in the 90's, you may well have a textured drywall ceiling with a pattern on it. The most common pattern is a blossom texture with patterns of repeating ridges form circles.

The problem comes when you have to repair this ceiling. Knowing how to duplicate the texture is the problem.

Here are the steps to do this:

Replace/repair drywall ceiling until the surface is paint ready, but do not paint. Sand texture off of some of the adjoining ceiling to avoid a visible border.

Make sure you have a drop cloth down!!! This might drip.

Mix drywall mud down to the consistence of pancake batter. You want it stiff enough not to drip, but pliable enough to texture. The mixture should just barely be pourable.

Pour into a paint roller pan, and using a long nap roller with the lint removed (use masking tape) roll the joint compound onto the repaired area.

Allow to set for a few moments to make sure it won't drip Now get out your stomping (yeah, that's what they call it) tool, and texture the ceiling.

You can buy brushes to "stomp" your ceiling at many paint stores, but they aren't cheap. Instead, you can do what most drywall guys do, and make your own. Go to the store and get an old fashioned string mop. When selecting the mop, look at the head. Some have a rectangular bar holding the strings in place, and some have a round tab, about the size of a quarter. You want the one with the round tab, and get one with strings, not cloth strips.

When you get it home, hold the mop up to the ceiling, and note how long the strings need to be to create the same size pattern. Cut your strings about two inches longer, since the whole string does not hit the ceiling.

Trim the strings to the correct length, then soak the mop for 24 hours to limber them up.

Now back to the stomping. Once you have your drywall mud applied, all you have to do is hold the mop over your head, upside down, straight up, with the strings hanging uniformly around the sides. The mop should be damp, but not wet. You can add a bit of drywall mud to it first if you wish, I do not.

Hold the mop about eight inches below your drywall, and starting at an edge where you can judge where to match the old pattern, "stomp" the mop into the wet mud, just like you were stomping your foot. Immediately pull the mop back, and you should have the same pattern as your ceiling.

Continue stomping until you've covered the ceiling. Afterward, you can wash the mop, and keep it for later if you think you will need it.

Tips:
After stomping, let it dry for at least two days before painting.
When you buy your drywall joint compound, look at the prices. You can often get a five gallon bucked for only a couple of dollars more than a gallon. (I always buy pre-mixed, it works great). To preserve the mud you didn't use, after you're done with it, mix a teaspoon of bleach into a cup of water. Level the surface of the mud in the bucket, then pour a layer of the bleach/water mix on top. This will keep the mud from drying or molding.

.

on Dec 30, 2009 | Hand Tools

1 Answer

In photoshop shape dynamic is again and again missing


If you are drawing with brushes.

With the exception of the pen tool, the brush tool is the most versatile tool in Adobe Photoshop's arsenal. There are a multitude of tasks for which you can use the brush tool. including retouching, freehand drawing and stamping. However, in order to truly exhaust the brush tool's potential, you need to understand how to change your brush style, import brushes into your toolbox and make your own brushes.

Changing Your Brush's Size and Shape b> To change your brush's and shape, press the F5 key on your keyboard to open up the brush window. A number of pre-formatted brushes will appear, along with a menu of options you can use to customize your brush. Choose the brush that best fits your preference by clicking on its display square on the right-hand of the brush window. Use the sliding bar under the heading "Master Diameter" to increase or decrease your brush's . You can further change the texture, shape or dynamics, or further stylize your brush, by checking any of the boxes in the brush window's tip shape menu on the left. b> Importing Brushes b> You can download custom brushes from the Internet in variety of styles and shapes. To load a brush set you have downloaded, select the brush tool in the basic toolbar and click the small arrow next to the brush indicator at the top of the screen. Click the arrow next to the indicator to open the brush menu. Choose "Load Brushes." When the file selector opens, choose your new brush file--brush files will always have an .abr extension--and click "Load." Your new brush set will be added to your brush palette. Creating Your Own Brushes b> Before creating your own brush, you need to have an image or freehand drawing that will serve as the basis for your brush. Brushes can be simple or incredibly detailed depending on the image used to create them. To make your brush, open the file containing its design. To make the best brush possible, it may be necessary to tweak the file. If you are using a color image, convert the image to grayscale by choosing the "Image" drop-down menu from the top of the screen and choosing "Mode" and "Grayscale." Select "OK" to discard the color information. Continue to tweak the image by choosing the "Image" drop-down menu again and selecting "Adjustments" and then "Levels." Using the slider bar at the bottom of the screen, adjust the settings until you achieve an image that has a sharp contrast between its black and white portions. Once you are happy with the image, choose the "Edit" drop-down menu from the top menu and "Define Brush Preset." Name the brush in the pop-up window that appears. You can now use your brush and further customize its shape and style by using the basic brush preset manager at the top of the screen. Hope this helps.

Dec 22, 2012 | Computers & Internet

1 Answer

Hello, I am trying to find the right tool to match a stippled ceiling that had to be repairs, I have a few large areas to do. The patten looks like a flower to me. I see theres someone or here that sounds...


This is a tool that you can get at a paint store or maybe home depot or lowes. It is a texture brush that is "slapped" on the wet texture to create the pattern. It is usually a tool with two side by side brushes whose bristles are shaped in the form of an oval. Just slap the brush on the wet texture and turn it randomly to make the random patterns. I believe it is called a "crowfoot" texture brush in the trade.

Mar 29, 2011 | Garden

1 Answer

Direct x features - direct draw acceleration direct 3d acceleration AGP texture acceleration are missing. how can i get?


hi, check whether directx is installed. type this command in run DXDIAG.
If you running XP it would be directx 9C and for Win 7 directx 11.
if you want downland directx latest visit microsoft.com/directx

Jun 14, 2010 | Computers & Internet

1 Answer

I purchased the Wagner power tex and loved it, recently it doesn?t spray with the ease as it did when I bought, I haven?t used it a lot only to do fill in?s, seems like it only releases the texture once...


Your sprayer is self powered? you don't use a separate compressor? I have one with a compressor and it has to be taken apart " the gun" everytime or the trigger becomes stiff. If it's self powered, I would say your mixture is too stiff and water and it should be fine..If not and if it's self powered, then your motor may not work properly.

Mar 17, 2010 | Wagner Power Tex Texture Sprayer #0520000

1 Answer

How do you stomp texture or stipple a ceiling?


There are a ton of different ways you can get this done. You can purchase what is called a popcorn sprayer that works like an air powered paint gun for ceilings of course you'll need a compressor also. Some hardware stores rent this equipment. You'll be spraying on a material also available at most local hardware stores that is sort of like drywall joint compound only a different consistency.

If you choose to texture by hand you can use a number of tools to get different textures paintbrushes, brooms sponges, precut stencils, rags, etc.. Basically clear out the room cover anything you don't want to get messed up gt a bucket of drywall joint compund your texture tool of choice and a trowel. spread a thin layer of compund on the ceiling and texture away. The thicker you spread it the more texture you will get. Be sure to have a helper that can switch off as this does get tiring, and you'll need extra hands to help get clean water for your tools so your texturing project is consistent. Plan accordingly, this is not a project you want to leave halfway through and finish another day. If you start a room, finish it. or you will notice the difference in texture every time you sit down and try to relax.

Feb 15, 2010 | SK 17855 Long Reach Needle Nose Compound...

1 Answer

Direct draw, direct 3D, AGP texture acceleration unavailable


This is a simple fix. You will need to download another DVD decoder. You can find decoding or DVD playing software at Lenovo's support site or at filehippo.com I have a Lenovo, and in conjunction with Windows media player and Lenovo's provided software, I use Power DVD and I have yet to have a problem playing any movie.

Jul 18, 2008 | Lenovo Computers & Internet

1 Answer

Monitor


you wont have any of these if you have onboard graphics, to get graphics with rendering and 3D texture you will need to fit an AGP graphics card and dissable on board graphics.

Sep 02, 2007 | Asrock P4VM8 Motherboard

Not finding what you are looking for?
Disney Magic Artist Deluxe (4470201514) Logo

Related Topics:

127 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Disney Computers & Internet Experts

Jax Planet
Jax Planet

Level 2 Expert

922 Answers

Les Dickinson
Les Dickinson

Level 3 Expert

18424 Answers

ray gallant

Level 3 Expert

50174 Answers

Are you a Disney Computer and Internet Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...