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Hi i just joined and i just need to know one thing:

(I have v-3.08)

If you have a background with clouds and then you get a picture with a black background and paste it, how do you make the background of the picture just turn to clouds instead of it covering the WHOLE thing?

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Hi i just joined and i just need to know one thing:

(I have v-3.08)

If you have a background with clouds and then you get a picture with a black background and paste it, how do you make the background of the picture just turn to clouds instead of it covering the WHOLE thing?

Thanks-

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shift click with the magic wand, it will select all the black.

magic wand the black part>delete>new layer>move below>clouds

that would be what I would sugggest but getting all those small parts is annoying so maybe if it's like what I've made then new layer clouds normal layer mode additive.

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shift click with the magic wand, it will select all the black.

magic wand the black part>delete>new layer>move below>clouds

that would be what I would sugggest but getting all those small parts is annoying so maybe if it's like what I've made then new layer clouds normal layer mode additive.

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that would be what I would sugggest but getting all those small parts is annoying so maybe if it's like what I've made then new layer clouds normal layer mode additive.

Yeah, if your images is high contrast b/w then just add the clouds with the blending mode set to Additive.

 

Take responsibility for your own intelligence. ;) -Rick Brewster

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that would be what I would sugggest but getting all those small parts is annoying so maybe if it's like what I've made then new layer clouds normal layer mode additive.

Yeah, if your images is high contrast b/w then just add the clouds with the blending mode set to Additive.

 

Take responsibility for your own intelligence. ;) -Rick Brewster

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