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Easy watermark:

1. Create a new layer above your image :AddNewLayer:

2. Draw or type anything you want on the new layer. If you want to import an image onto the new layer, you can do that too.

3. Press F4 and adjust the opacity slider to make the new layer partially transparent.

4. Use Save As... to make a copy. Save it with the *.pdn extension if you wish to preserve the layer structure.

5. Now use Save As... again to save your image in the format you desire. Flatten the image if prompted.

If you overwrite the original image you can still edit the watermark by changing the *.pdn file ;). To be safe - I'd leave the original intact (just in case!)

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  • 3 months later...

@Snoopyshoes

I applaud you for reading the rules! ^_^ I really and truly do. So many don't and it makes it hard for our mods(although I suppose rule breakers keep their days interesting:D)

Anyways, the Pictorium is for showing work. We also have many good, helpful tutorials and competitions.

Most of the users on here are extremely helpful; Just ask around and someone will be able to help out =)

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Was that intended for another thread Tarat?

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Noooo...There was a post right above mine from "Snoopyshoes". I swear there was :/...But I just now went to their member page and it says they haven't made any posts...they sayd something about having read the rules and this thread helped them...it made me happy what with all the recent talk about people not following the rules :D...and now it's gone...so my post doesn't make sense :(....I feel like dying a little inside.

Unless I dreamt it...but I know it was there...lol

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