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I am new here and trying to search similar discussion on my issue but did not find anything. Please help me which i have one object and want to paste behing another object i.e. object will be pasted behind the fense, how can i do this.

appreciated your assistance.

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Paste each object into its own layer then move the fence layer to the top.

thank you. I've done as instructed, but my second object is hidden behind the first object. What did I do wrong, sorry I am really newbie in the world of paint

I have attached the sample which I'm trying to put the rooster inside the UFC arean. :smile:

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Ouch that's gonna be a lot of work.

I would use the eraser tool set to low transparency (click the "more" button in the color window) to erase the parts on the rooster where the fence should show through. To help you see where the fence is, just lower the layer opacity.

 

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I had a go and it came out OK but if you have the original pics I will do you a mini tut, here's a quick run down of what I did.

You will need the alphamask import plug in. http://forums.getpai...?showtopic=1854

Take a sample of the fence about the same size or as close as you can to the rooster, paste it to a new layer and run alphamask on it (this removes the white background) then paste the image on a new layer above the rooster.

Here's what I got ( fence doesn't match up exactly due to the pasting you have already done, I think )

cage.png

edited to have another go.

Wasn't really happy with the way the fence looked so had another attempt with new pics.

Googled UFC octagon and found a pic without fighters ( no need to waste time cutting them out )

then googled rooster renders ( again saves time cutting them out )

Pasted resized roosters above the octagon layer then added new layer. Using the line tool made two black lines for the octagon posts, then on a new layer made a selection that covered the roosters then filled with the bucket tool using cross hatching instead of solid colour, primary colour set as black and secondary set as transparent.

Ended up with this ( I think its probably similar to what you had in mind )

th_ufc.png

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Ouch that's gonna be a lot of work.

I would use the eraser tool set to low transparency (click the "more" button in the color window) to erase the parts on the rooster where the fence should show through. To help you see where the fence is, just lower the layer opacity.

yeah, its gonna be a lot...but, i want to learn so i have to do whatever it takes....thank you so much, it will try the trick

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I had a go and it came out OK but if you have the original pics I will do you a mini tut, here's a quick run down of what I did.

You will need the alphamask import plug in. http://forums.getpai...?showtopic=1854

Take a sample of the fence about the same size or as close as you can to the rooster, paste it to a new layer and run alphamask on it (this removes the white background) then paste the image on a new layer above the rooster.

Here's what I got ( fence doesn't match up exactly due to the pasting you have already done, I think )

cage.png

edited to have another go.

Wasn't really happy with the way the fence looked so had another attempt with new pics.

Googled UFC octagon and found a pic without fighters ( no need to waste time cutting them out )

then googled rooster renders ( again saves time cutting them out )

Pasted resized roosters above the octagon layer then added new layer. Using the line tool made two black lines for the octagon posts, then on a new layer made a selection that covered the roosters then filled with the bucket tool using cross hatching instead of solid colour, primary colour set as black and secondary set as transparent.

Ended up with this ( I think its probably similar to what you had in mind )

th_ufc.png

thank you so much, you are right...i'll try this...cheers! ! !

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