The purpose of using the clone tool in Photopea and how to use it effectively will be explained in this article. In addition, we will demonstrate how to use the clone tool to create some cool effects.
The purpose of this tutorial is to demonstrate how to remove objects from photos using the clone tool in photopea. A photo and a little creativity are all you need to create amazing images with this technique. Without further ado, let’s begin the tutorial.
First, go to the menu bar and go to file, and select open. now open an image OR use the keyboard shortcut ‘Ctrl+O‘ and we are going to use a clone stamp on it.
Now go to toolbar and select clone tool OR use shortcut ‘S‘.
The clone tool properties are as same as the brush tool properties. In clone tool properties, we have marker brush, soft brush, hard round, wet marker and etc. And above the brush style, we have the hardness of the brush and the size of the brush.
Now select a brush style and change the size of the brush according to the part that you want to use the clone tool on. For this picture, I want to remove this concrete table so I’m going to change the brush size to ‘176 px‘ and brush style to soft brush.
Now to use the clone tool first we need to get a source for the clone so press ‘K‘ on the keyboard and click on the image on that part where you want to get the source. For me, I’m going to get the grass as a source.
Now draw on that part that you want to remove or hide. Now to make that part remove you have to get the source from the different areas.
For me, I’m getting the grass from different areas. And trying to change the size of the brush.