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Transparency Tutorial

Transparency Tutorial

Transparency Tutorial by Shinigami-no-Kaze
Transparency Tutorial by Shinigami-no-Kaze

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Shinigami-no-Kaze
Sorry about the shoddy quality. I had to destroy the jpeg to get this image under 300 kb. I tired six other file types, too, and they were all too big. Resizing is out of the question, considering you can't read type that's too small. Ah, well. Hope this helps people.

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silverstar on April 22, 2006, 9:02:27 AM

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silverstarThere is another way to prepare traditional lineart without having to use the magic eraser. ^____^ *Something to do with masks*

http://www.deviantart.com/view/24863377/

KenshinJennings on April 13, 2006, 3:35:44 AM

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KenshinJenningsLayer masks?I don't bother.I always trace over my lineart with the Pen Tool.The Magic Eraser tool never gave me very good results.

Brianhjh on November 12, 2005, 12:15:14 PM

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BrianhjhThis must have taken you days ;/, with all the printing screens and whatnot, good job.

WillieB on November 12, 2005, 4:43:01 AM

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WillieBwhat the heck!?!
I just double the image I scanned, set the original at invisible and set the double at multiply or darken or something like that, depending on the effect I want to make, and put the other layers under, you don't need to delete the white, it automaticaly becomes invisible, that can sometimes pixelate the lines. I have never used a mask setting so I couldn't juge that.