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    Red face hikers couple

    I started this sketch yesterday, and added color for the woman today.
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    finely done. great job on the figures. wonderful couple.

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    Thank you, Gzairborne, for your nice comments and advice;the next step, after the colors, would be to paint a landscape, of course.
    But I did not fully understand how to do it, making a new layer under?I suppose there is technical tricks about that, because I did not exactly succeed!

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    This is looking nice can't wait to see it finished
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    Red face

    color for the husband;
    but now, as I told you, I don't know how to put a landscape's background;is it too late?
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    I think once you have a solid background of white you cannot remove it unless you select all the white areas with the magic wand selection tool and clear it.

    The way to prevent this is to always create a layer at the start of a painting and leave the first layer empty except for maybe a colored background. That way you can always slip in a background at a later time.

    Try downloading the ping (on the left) and open in artrage (file> import image file) and choose cel for your canvas. That may work since I removed the white areas. Not sure though.
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    Red face

    Gzairborne,I was amazed you took the time to help me, and I was able to load your file; so, thank you very much!
    I keep your advise about the 1st layer ;I think another default was for choosing a too small size for my canvas, so I was obliged to emphazise the drawing, to have a good result.
    I am so glad to have found this forum, where you are so generous to share your knowledge!
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    oh good! glad that helped and worked out for you.

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    with in a one day u have done it

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