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Thread: Bloques / Blocks

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    Bloques / Blocks

    Lienzo Black Wool + Duplicar capa + Transformar contenido de capa + Manejo de color de capa.

    Black Wool Canvas + Duplicate layer + Transform layer contents + Management layer color.

    I hope your comments...
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    Regards from Chile
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    Hi damasco Yes I do like that only wish I could copy It but too high Tec for this old Codger STATTE BBUONO..Si .....Si

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    very interesting 3D depth, I like the fact that you kept to black and white... makes it more mysterious and intriguing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by eighty+ View Post
    Hi damasco Yes I do like that only wish I could copy It but too high Tec for this old Codger STATTE BBUONO..Si .....Si
    Dear eighty: First= Canvas Black Wool Metallic. Save Canvas as .JPG (example: Block 1.JPG)
    Import to layer: "Block 1".
    Duplicate layer: rename: "Block 2".
    Now you can apply: Transform Layer Contents (You choice: Normal, Not regular, Perspective)...
    For effects of each layer: Edit (Main Panel), you select "Colors adjustements (management)". Here you can apply Contrast, Color, Bright, Tone.
    Now, you duplicate original Layer (Block1), and select Transform Layer Contents. And so on... Again, again, again...(Once again....)
    It´s so fun!

    Estimado eighty: Primero= Canvas metálico Black Wool. Guardarlo como .JPG (ej: Block 1.JPG)
    Importar a la Capa: "Block 1"
    Duplicar capa: renombrar "Block 2".
    Ahora puedes aplicar: Transformar contenido de capa. (Puedes elegir: normal, irregular, perspectiva)
    Para los efectos de cada capa: En el Panel principal, elegir Editar. Selecciona: Manejo de color. Aquí puedes aplicar Contraste, Color, Brillo, Tono.
    Ahora, puedes Duplicar capa (Block 1), y selecciona Transformar Contenido de Capa, Y así sucesivamente, una vez más, etc...
    Es divertido.!
    Regards from Chile
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    Thanks Damasco for trying to show me how but couldn't find Canvas black wool metallic so tried a simlar one after a lot

    of trying had got them to layer's as Block 1 block 2 but when trying Transform layer contents nothing happened ok

    so by then I've got to the point of no return and tried to put colour on my black blob but no joy so tried the rubber yes

    so scribbled over the black blob and found i put colour on ok ok I will keep trying and yes to you its as easy as

    Falling off a Log STATTE BBUONO....Si ..............Si
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    very beautiful Damasco.
    My real name is Neal Gilbertson, AKA Gilbert Neilson, AKA Jibes.
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