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KariK

Member Since 29 Apr 2013
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In Topic: Loading Brushes In Photoshop With Mac

22 January 2014 - 03:43 PM

Welcome carver922!

 

When you have the brush tool selected, click on the small triangle just to the right of the brush that is currently selected. This will open the brush panel. Now click on the small gear-looking icon and choose Load Brushes. Or you can access the same option if you have the Brush Presets panel open in Photoshop.


In Topic: Coloring Styles Template 6301 Burlap Black

13 January 2014 - 11:21 PM

Hi nckarter! In Photoshop you should be able to open up the effects you applied to the layer by clicking the small triangle next to the fx on the layer. Look for the Pattern Overlay and lower the opacity to the shade you want and you still be able to keep the burlap look to the layer.


In Topic: Hello From Ohio

16 November 2013 - 09:51 AM

Welcome Brenda!

In Topic: Hello From Boulder Co

16 November 2013 - 09:49 AM

Welcome to Scrap Girls Leslie Ann! Glad you are here!

In Topic: Layer Style On Top Of Color?

16 November 2013 - 09:43 AM

Welcome Leslie Ann!

Maybe I need this clarified, but it sounds like you are layering paper from a kit and not necessarily styles. If the top layer does have styles applied to it, you will see an fx symbol on the layer. I'm not sure what program you are using, but in Photoshop you are able to drag the fx symbol on a layer to move any applied styles to another layer (or press Control before you click and drag to copy the layer styles). If you are layering paper, then Jody's suggestion of changing the blend mode is what you will need to do. However, keep in mind that changing the blend mode is dealing with light and dark, so it will change the color of the underlying layer to a degree.

Does this make sense?
Kari