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  1. Posts : 5,956
    Win 7 Pro x64, Win 10 Pro x64, Linux Light x86
       #821

    Have a play about in [layers / layer properties]
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    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #822

    Yes, that's what I was doing. That's why the fire is tinted a little.
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  3. Posts : 5,956
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       #823

    The fire and the lines are due to your layers having a background unless thats the effect you want :)

    The right hand feather has no background
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    Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit Service Pack 1
       #824

    Depending on what the colour back fill on the feather is you may be able to make it go away with the right blend mode. Good ones to try are Multiply, Screen, Overlay and Soft Light.
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       #825

    Hi Keith, the background on the feather was black I just find it easy to make the background transparent :)
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       #826

    I usually use Multiply to be able to see all of the layers without any blocking,
    Then I erase the parts of the layer I don't like that overspill onto the others and switch back to normal or a different layer mode,
    I don't start out relying on a layer mode to get a look but it is fun to test you might come up with something really cool by accident
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       #827

    Thats the trick Mike play around with things .. its fun !
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       #828

    Stephanie said:
    Hi Keith, the background on the feather was black I just find it easy to make the background transparent :)
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    Yes that is what I would do too.

    ThrashZone said:
    I usually use Multiply to be able to see all of the layers without any blocking,
    Then I erase the parts of the layer I don't like that overspill onto the others and switch back to normal or a different layer mode,
    I don't start out relying on a layer mode to get a look but it is fun to test you might come up with something really cool by accident
    I use different blend modes all the time. You can do some things that would be difficult otherwise. For instance when I create star fields I combine them with the Screen blend mode. If you sue a 50% grey layer you can use black or white brushes at low exposure to do a non destructive burn (black) or dodge (white) using overlay or soft light blend modes.
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       #829

    Are we still talking about layer modes
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  10. Posts : 10,455
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       #830

    Yes layer blend modes.
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