The Magic Wand uses the same algorithm as the Flood Fill tool to make a selection. When an area is selected, only the selected area will be affected by use of the brush or eraser tool. Areas outside the selected area will be left unchanged.
Now, select the ②Magic Wand from the ①Tool Selector.
Once you have selected the Magic Wand, open the ①Magic Wand Properties window. We want to make a selection using the Undercoat layer as the reference, so set the boundary to ②Color, ③10%. Let’s set the ④Specific layer as the Reference Layer then select the ⑤Undercoat layer. Close the ①Magic Wand Properties window when you have finished.
Select ①Add Mode and tap the ②Skin Area. This will select the skin area only. Painting in this state means that any color you add will stay within the selection and not go over the lines. What you have done is to make the skin-colored area of the Undercoat layer the selection area.
Tap the ①Clear button to remove the selection area.
When there is an undercoat layer it becomes easy to select skin, clothing, skirts, or hair ornaments with the Magic Wand tool. We’ve explained the Magic Wand tool here, but in reality it is easier to make adjustments using Clippings (explained later).