combining layer masks

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ez raver
Jul 8, 2004
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Hi, I’d like to know if I can combine layer masks in any way? When I fill my canvas with a horizontal gradient and right after that a vertical, only the vertical one has effect on the transparency.

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Mike Russell
Jul 10, 2004
tube jerk wrote:
Hi, I’d like to know if I can combine layer masks in any way? When I fill my canvas with a horizontal gradient and right after that a vertical, only the vertical one has effect on the transparency.

Change the mode of the gradient tool to darken or lighten. —

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edjh
Jul 10, 2004
tube jerk wrote:

Hi, I’d like to know if I can combine layer masks in any way? When I fill my canvas with a horizontal gradient and right after that a vertical, only the vertical one has effect on the transparency.
On the Options Bar you’ll see a dropdown slot for the Gradient tool options. Instead of black to white, use black to transparent on your Layer Mask.


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Mike Horne
Jul 13, 2004
On Thu, 08 Jul 2004 01:07:03 GMT, "tube jerk" wrote:

Hi, I’d like to know if I can combine layer masks in any way? When I fill my canvas with a horizontal gradient and right after that a vertical, only the vertical one has effect on the transparency.
You could make each vgnette on a separate alpha channel and then load selectons and add or ntersect wth current selecton

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