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Thread: ArtRage 3 button sticker tool

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    ArtRage 3 button sticker tool

    Quick question...

    One you've placed down a button or sticker on the canvas or misc layer, can you smear it with the palatte knife or alter it with other tools?

    I know about scaling and rotating them, but just wanted to know about if they can be mixed or warped into the rest of the painting?

    Just curious, thanks a bunch

    mb
    Mbrienza

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    Yes, you can. If it is just a sticker layer it will not respond, but if you have any art at all on the layer ie: one pencil mark or brush stroke made before using the sticker, it shifts the layer from sticker mode to art mode automatically. You can also merge a paint layer with a sticker layer and it becomes a paint layer automatically and yes, the sticker art then can be smeared with the palette knife and interact with other paint.
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    Albert

    You Da Man!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Muchos gracious sir, preciate

    Mike
    Mbrienza

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    You can also click on the little feet (upper right) on a sticker layer and there is a menu item that will let you convert the sticker(s) to paint thus letting you use the palette knife or any other painting tool.

    Judith
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    Thanks Judith, that is an even easier way to convert.

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