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       #811

    Thanks, Mike! :)

    I can't spot what's wrong though.
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  2. Posts : 10,455
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       #812

    I think he means the images could be blended rather than have sharp edges. I guess that was the effect you wanted though.
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       #813

    Correctamudo :)

    I'll guess and say your using Multiple layer modes instead of Normal
    Using multiple is good but you could select the darkest layer and switch to the eraser tool set it to 75% opacity and about 50-100 px and erase some of the dark areas till you got to snoopie and the flame area on the top and take away the sharp vertical line from dark to light I outlined :)
    Sharkanado had like 5-6 images using the same type of eraser work
    Cheers.
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  4. Posts : 822
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       #814

    Thanks for the tips! Actually I was trying to blend it but I couldn't quite figure out how to do it.
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  5. Posts : 20,583
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       #815

    If you have the project file saved open it again and save another as a .psd file and put it in a zip folder and upload it
    Cheers.
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  6. Posts : 822
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       #816

    Will do...tomorrow! G'night, folks!
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  7. Posts : 5,956
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       #817

    The trick is to superimpose an image in to another image Chuck, what software are you using ?
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       #818

    You could also adjust the brightness & colour so the more closely match but that is more difficult.
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  9. Posts : 822
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       #819

    Stephanie said:
    The trick is to superimpose an image in to another image Chuck, what software are you using ?
    I'm still using Paint.NET.
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       #820

    Mmm. I don't think PDN supports layer masks which will make it tricky.
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