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Thread: Selecting areas

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    Selecting areas

    I have just purchased Art Rage 2 and I wonder how users select or restrict (Or modify) colors in a specific area, without the availablity of a selection tool, is this possible with Art Rage or is there a special method used?

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    There is currently no masking ability, but the ArtRage time is looking into ways to achieve this.

    In the mean time, one way I have found to keep colors from mixing is to put items on different layers and then erasing anything on one layer that I do not want overlapping a lower layer. It's not ideal, but it works! If you look at some of my files, you'll see very odd layers -- often with two uinrelated items that were simply put there because of their relative positions top-to-bottom within the overall piece.

    D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drzeller
    -- often with two uinrelated items that were simply put there because of their relative positions top-to-bottom within the overall piece.

    D.
    My layers are always a mess :roll:
    Its a bit doh!! when you realise you want to change one bit of a layers opaqueness but not the rest :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweeneymini
    Quote Originally Posted by drzeller
    -- often with two uinrelated items that were simply put there because of their relative positions top-to-bottom within the overall piece.

    D.
    My layers are always a mess :roll:
    Its a bit doh!! when you realise you want to change one bit of a layers opaqueness but not the rest :lol:
    Well, this is ARTrage, not SCIENCErage... we're not expected to have a project plan for each piece!

    D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drzeller
    Quote Originally Posted by sweeneymini
    Quote Originally Posted by drzeller
    -- often with two uinrelated items that were simply put there because of their relative positions top-to-bottom within the overall piece.

    D.
    My layers are always a mess :roll:
    Its a bit doh!! when you realise you want to change one bit of a layers opaqueness but not the rest :lol:
    Well, this is ARTrage, not SCIENCErage... we're not expected to have a project plan for each piece!

    D.
    Sorry if I upset you D :cry: I'm not sure how though :?

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    I wasn't upset at all!

    My humor did not come through well. I meant to joke that planning often isn't part of "the process" as we wander our way through a painting.

    D.

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    Cool D 8)

    It was just that capital letters on the Internet are usually used for shouting :wink:

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