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I am new to editing with Paint (did a lot of simple straight out drawing with it but not layering) and have only used the simple drawing parts of it so far but I need help in adding 2 pictures together so they look natural.

How do I blend them so they look seamless.

These are the 3 I am currently working on.

thank you

http://www.mediafire.com/?xxp7mta3tmafivt

http://www.mediafire.com/?d5vd788wdfdhy5f

http://www.mediafire.com/?i50d2tc027wm2kz

They are all different Discworld images I am trying to blend to look natural. Let me know what I should try.

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Gave alpha masking a try but I think I still am missing something as I did not see much of a difference.

How do you cut the edges off around the picture like you did in the example you posted up.

Here is what I got when I tried to merge and blend.

disctrial1.png

and

disctrial3.png

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Make a mask in black on a new (transparent) layer.

Copy the mask into the Windows clipboard, then switch to the image layer

and apply the Alpha Mask effect with no checkmark in the top box.

Here's a recent thread with some links relating to Alpha mask use.

This is partly the original/partly a reproduction of the masks that I used originally.

http://img513.imageshack.us/img513/6252/disconemaskpng.png

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Make a mask in black on a new (transparent) layer.

Copy the mask into the Windows clipboard, then switch to the image layer

and apply the Alpha Mask effect with no checkmark in the top box.

Here's a recent thread with some links relating to Alpha mask use.

This is partly the original/partly a reproduction of the masks that I used originally.

http://img513.imageshack.us/img513/6252/disconemaskpng.png

Thanks for the help. I did some cutting as well and here is what I ended up with. Much better than my earlier trials.

comicdiscworld.png

rovingdiscworld.png

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