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Try adding a black layer below the water layer (if the water is on its own layer, that is), switch the layer to the water layer, select the gradient tool, change the mode to transparency, then drag the tool across your canvas. If it's a whole image, put the black layer on top, run the gradient, and erase any parts that go on your moon.

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Thank you for the reply.

That's not exactly what I was going for, but it does help a little. I'm thinking I won't be able to do exactly what I wanted to, which is something similar to this, with a little wider end.

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However, I could probably find a way to do something similar. Thanks for the help :)

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Check out the Pyrosig tutorial. What he does with the bars, do with the gradient.

 

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