Hello and welcome to Paint Shop Pro Basics episode 34 The Hue Up/Down Brush. Now I don’t have a clever rename of this
because…well…hue up/down is a pretty good name. You use the Left Mouse Button to cycle up through the hue. You use the Right Mouse Button to cycle down through the hue. Pretty cool, huh? Keep your opacity low. And I’ll tell you why. Because not only is the effect more subtle at a lower
setting but watch what happens with opacity at 100. That’s right. You get a rainbow. That’s how bad it is. Now I’m sure I
can limit the rainbow by using the step setting. We have less of a rainbow effect by using a larger step. But, come on. Use a low opacity setting. In fact, just for fun. Saturation brush! Let me over saturate everything please. It’s a rainbow lion. Okay I’m done. I apologize. I do. But that’s the basics of the hue up/down brush. You’re cycling through the different hues. You either go up or down. And they’ll meet
up with each other somewhere along the line. Use a small opacity setting. Swap mouse buttons
to change the directions to your liking. Now, okay, I don’t have a use for this tool. And I want to take these last few seconds to ask if
anyone watching this video has a use for this tool… …has a tutorial, knows how, when, and why you would use it. I
would like to see it. And I’m sure others would too. So, please comment if you have something.
Because otherwise…that’s how you use the tool. And I don’t think you’re going to use it very
often. That’s about all I’ve got for you.