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    Hi friends,
    I have a question.
    I would want to know if I can paint a background on the first level and then to add over a photo so that the background of the first level becomes the background of the photo.
    I do not know if they are made to understand me.
    thanks to all, Pam
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    You could try setting the blending mode of the photo layer to "Overlay" and see what happens. That combined with some erasing might give you an interesting effect.

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    Hi Erica,
    thank you.
    you can explain to me better?
    I am not practical of the use of the program and the levels.

    where I find some tutorials?
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    Re: levels

    Quote Originally Posted by Pam
    Hi friends,
    I have a question.
    I would want to know if I can paint a background on the first level and then to add over a photo so that the background of the first level becomes the background of the photo.
    I do not know if they are made to understand me.
    thanks to all, Pam
    Are you using the full version of ArtRage ($25) or the starter edition (free version)?
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    Now that I'm home and looking at the full version, you can use Import Image to Layer to import an image to a layer, then paint under it as you asked.
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    Hi,
    Spyder man!

    I have made as you have said.
    I have opened a new design,
    I have painted the background
    I have created new level and in this I have imported a photo.
    With the instrument rubber I have cancelled the part of exceeding photo and they have arrived to us.Wow!
    I do not understand but because between first and 2 level it is created some in means. :?:
    you know where I you can find of the tutorials in order to use the program better?
    Thank you very much
    (excuse my insufficient English language)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pam
    Hi,
    Spyder man!
    I'm just your friendly, neighborhood, ArtRage user


    Quote Originally Posted by Pam
    I have made as you have said.
    I have opened a new design,
    I have painted the background
    I have created new level and in this I have imported a photo.
    With the instrument rubber I have cancelled the part of exceeding photo and they have arrived to us.Wow!
    I do not understand but because between first and 2 level it is created some in means. :?:
    you know where I you can find of the tutorials in order to use the program better?
    Good job at getting it to work!

    I'm not sure if there are many tutorials on ArtRage, other than what's at the ArtRage site. Are you just trying to understand how Layers work? Or are you looking for something that introduces you to features in the program? I've found the users in this forum to be very helpful.


    Quote Originally Posted by Pam
    Thank you very much
    (excuse my insufficient English language)
    Your English is much better than my Italian!
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    Hi Pam...
    It sounds like your on your way to figuring things out. I thought I'd post a screenshot of what I was talking about, though, just in case you wanted to try it and see what happens.

    Setting the blend mode to Overlay will change the appearance of the colors slightly, but it will allow the texture and some of the color of the underlying layer to show through as well. It might be worth experimenting with.
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    Hi friend,
    I am a new customer and have the program and the tablet from not long.
    I accept tutorials an helps on all!
    thank you and best regards from italy
    Volere potere.
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    Thank you Erica,
    I have the program in Italian.
    Now I try to understand the several options in English. Thanks many
    Kisses for you
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