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Hey I need some way to put a color on an image while stillf retaining the features of the image. Such as the Transparent Red Spray Paint Brush found on Photoshop.

Can somebody help me out on where it is located or where I can find one???

Thanks,

Brett

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  • 11 years later...

I think you should start a new thread. This one is from 2005. Let it rest in peace.

 

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5 hours ago, Rafak said:

What i mean is this progmamm is missing a tool, that can add alpha to existing color of a specific pixel, or group of pixels

 

Try using the Eraser tool :EraserTool:

 

Adjust the amount of the eraser by adjusting the opacity of the primary color.

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