wbobeirne Posted December 12, 2011 Share Posted December 12, 2011 Hey Paint.net forums, I've been having a hard time googling this question as it's hard to put in bite-size words. I'm looking for an easy way to take the alpha levels of each pixel on one layer, and then combine that with the color levels of each pixel on another layer. Let me give you an example. I want to take the alpha levels of image 1, replace the colors with the colors of image 2, and be left with image 3 (Only no background, because the alpha level should be zero!) http://i.imgur.com/gWA5K.png I achieved the effect you see in image 3 by using the "difference" blending, and then inverting the image. Problem is, I've still got the gradient as a background which doesn't really work because that icon needs to sit on anything. If anyone can help me out, I'd be eternally grateful! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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