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Hi guys,

 

I need help again.

 

How to make a internal shadow transparency?

 

Try some tips but shadow not work for TOP and BOTTOM, just LEFT/RIGHT.

 

I want make in black shadow on all sides transparency.

 

ORIGINAL IMAGE:

Dst01WK.png

TARGET IMAGE:
ls7eff9.png

FINAL IMAGE (Yellow background only test):

d9LlhcC.jpg

 

Thank u .

 

 

Claudio Raphael

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Hello @Cauptain and Welcome :D.

 

You will need to use each step on a new layer.

 

1.  Import your image

2.  Uncheck the Background white layer

3.  New Layer for the yellow

4.  New Layer for the  rectangle box and use the Shapes Tool :ShapesTool: which you will blur.

 

See here for making the box.

 

image.png

 

And here to complete the project.

 

image.png

 

Save your work as .png to retain transparency.

 

Good Luck ;).

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Thank you @Pixey and @toe_head2001 for fast replys.

 

The method used by toe_head2001 is very very easy.

 

I´m try Pixey method but I failed in instructions, because dont understand part 2.  "Uncheck the Background white layer" . What BG White?

 

I realy need learn your method Pixey, please give me a tip.

 

 

 

Claudio

 

 

 

 

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:arrow-up: - Yes, @LionsDragon explained it exactly :D.  Every time you open paint.net = a white background is present. 

 

If you were keeping the middle layer as yellow, you really wouldn't need to uncheck the background, as it would flatten down to yellow.  But, if you didn't want a yellow, or white, background  (to keep it transparent) you would need to uncheck the white background.  (Now I probably have confused you more :lol:).

 

 

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@welshblue - darn ............... I couldn't have said it better myself

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And, I forgot to say to @toe_head2001 that I had forgotten about that plugin he suggested :doh:.

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13 hours ago, Pixey said:

:arrow-up: - Yes, @LionsDragon explained it exactly :D.  Every time you open paint.net = a white background is present. 

 

If you were keeping the middle layer as yellow, you really wouldn't need to uncheck the background, as it would flatten down to yellow.  But, if you didn't want a yellow, or white, background  (to keep it transparent) you would need to uncheck the white background.  (Now I probably have confused you more :lol:).

 

 

Oh yes. Find my fault, I use "open with.." because this, never show "white bg". :biggrin:

 

Now its work using your method, too easy,  @Pixey Thank u and thanks to @LionsDragon for tip.

 

 

 

Claudio

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