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Cool effect, well done! It's even more interesting when you play with blending modes. Here is "Color Burn" blending mode over "Scratch Art Effect"...

 

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I'm currently out of reps, I'll be sure to give you one tomorrow.

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On 12/6/2019 at 4:32 PM, Vagabondi said:

It can be used for making two-colored things as well. 2 layers - 2 colors, then eraser on top and/or transparent gradient.

 

Version 1.2 - added transparency adjustment for Single Color. Now, by setting the transparency to 0 and applying the effect, you can add several layers below the Background layer and color them as you like.

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6 hours ago, ReMake said:

 

Version 1.2 - added transparency adjustment for Single Color. Now, by setting the transparency to 0 and applying the effect, you can add several layers below the Background layer and color them as you like.

Example of use of the new feature?

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14 hours ago, ReMake said:

Now, by setting the transparency to 0 and applying the effect, you can add several layers below the Background layer and color them as you like.

 

Yes, it's easier now to color the image - and several layers are not even necessary! You can use one (below "scracth) as a painter's palette adding more and more colors (and picking them again from this "palette" any time, too).

 

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Thank you @ReMake!

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