Tikcuf Posted February 9, 2022 Share Posted February 9, 2022 (edited) Hello, Thank you for reading and for any help you can offer. I have been using Paint.net since 2009 and somewhat well versed. I am working on a project now that I would like to know how to add depth to the font cutout, layer 1, similar to font that is raised, (see fig 3) but reversed, I guess you could think of it that way. I need depth beneath the 1st layer in the Font walls, (see fig 1) layer 1 is the design with font cutout, the red arrows show the direction of the font depth I need. Layer 2 is the texture that will be underneath layer 1. I assemble my work or layers using an alternate 3D platform that allows more control such as moving the node depth of the texture deeper than the top layer, the problem is no matter how deep I move the texture layer the top layer still appears to be resting on the texture when I assemble the two. (see fig 2) I can also control the lighting from 3 angles X,Y,Z this will help when enhancing the effect. The long and the short of it would be, when I use paint, to cutout the text, is there a way to add depth and create walls in the cutout text? I need a method or tool that can add such an effect to the text. I searched first as requested but did not find an answer to this endeavor, any help would be greatly appreciated. Aloha, T Edited February 9, 2022 by Tikcuf Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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