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  1. Hi people! I'm fairly new here also. Looking forward to learning lots.
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  2. Hey there, my name is Joy and I am the latest addition to this community!
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  3. This tutorial is available as a PDF. Click here to view or download it The introduction of the Brush Factory has opened up PDN to being able to create the dispersion effect that is really cool and nifty. While it is not the perfect method to create the effect, the purpose of this tutorial is to teach you to use Brush Factory and Alpha Mask import plug-in to create an effect like below. Required plug-ins -> Brush Factory, Liquify, and Alpha Mask Import The latest Brush Factory now support Photoshop brush such as disintegration style. A wo
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  4. No, I don't think extending it another week would bring in anymore entries Thanks @DrewDale
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  5. As a work-around, you could use TR's SplineMaster.
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  6. @joymorgan! Hi welcome to the forum, have fun.
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  7. When merging down, the opacity of the lower layer is maintained and the opacity of the upper layer is lost. That's why your image may look different after merging down. If you want to maintain the look of an image, be sure to flatten the image... OR ...be sure your lower layer is at full opacity when merging a layer onto it. One way to do this is to create an empty layer below the two layers you wish to merge. Then, merge your bottom layer onto the newly created empty layer. THEN merge your top layer into your newly merged layers.
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  8. Happy Easter to all! Enjoy some 'glassy' eggs....
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  9. Good for you. Because leaving is such a good idea.
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