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Removing a rendered line created during the water reflection


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Hello all! First, I'd like to thank everyone for posting all of the information on the site. Ive been a pain user for about 3 weeks now, and Ive never been good at creating anything in a graphics program other than a simple test. So, after reading many tuts here I am with an image and it has a line I can't seem to get rid of unless I remove the Water Reflection effect. I really like that effect on this image and would love to know how to remove it. Any help is appreciated.

The line I'm talking about is the dotted one. Thanks,

P.S. Its going on the site I have recently taken over, TeamDrPepper.net. If you have any suggestions on that, please let me know about that too!

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For a start, you can erase the lines in the black portion then you can erase the lines in the fire portion by using clone stamp.

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How's this?

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EDIT:

If you wondering how I did it...

I duplicated the image twice and I moved one copy up 1px and the other down 1px. The I set the blend mode of the dupes to "Darken". Then I deleted all but the part that covered the line in the middle...

 

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