I want to copy stroke material to another stroke. Is that possible in Blender 2.8?
An answer can be found here: How assign different material to strokes in grease pencil mode
You can use the assign button in the material panel after selecting the stroke
To assign a material to several strokes (for example, set all blue stokes in black)
- You can select the blue material in the materials panel, then select the black one in the drop-down menu
Or you can switch to edit mode, select the blue lines by clicking on "select" in the materials panel and then select the black material and click on "assign" (or you can go to Stroke menu -> assign Material)
But it is also possible to change the material of just one blue stroke.
Just select it manually in the viewport and then assign the new materials according to the same procedure as above ("assign" in material panel or via the Stroke Menu)
Unlike mesh objects, blender does not provide a way to say this stroke uses this material, but there are ways to go the other way - to say this material is used by these strokes.
In edit mode :-
- Select a material and click the Select button under the materials list.
- Click the eye icon to hide strokes using that material.
- Click the monitor icon at the bottom of the list to hide strokes that don't use the selected material.