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Re: OMG Tutorial - Clear Glass Brumbies

Post#8 by dinasset » 13 Feb 2017, 05:58


Very nice, Pat.
OMG, glass has an embedded risk for mortal sins! hehehe....
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Post#9 by Issabella » 13 Feb 2017, 08:11


Well done Nelo and Pat. You have got the real glass look. :gimp_clap:
The apple is great with its reflect . :yay_yay_purple:
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Post#10 by Pat625 » 14 Feb 2017, 01:00


Thank you Dinasset and Issabella. I love the glass images.
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Post#11 by RJKD » 14 Feb 2017, 17:41


Great notion Pat, love your outcome, I'm going to keep trying this method out, as when I paste my background, I have to manually align it with the target layer, not what OMG intimated in his great tutorial...any thoughts?

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Post#12 by nelo » 14 Feb 2017, 18:00


Do you use "paste as layer"?
I did that, too at first and it pasted the background somewhere at the top- Really have to use copy and then paste (Ctrl+C Ctrl+V)

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Post#13 by RJKD » 14 Feb 2017, 18:17


Thanks nelo, the keyboard control method is the way to do it. I was just hitting paste (not as new layer) and it was coming out around the top.
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Post#14 by Pat625 » 15 Feb 2017, 00:57


We addressed that before in GimpChat as it did not make sense that sometimes it is in place perfectly and other times you must adjust. I just use edit copy and edit paste. If not where it should be, just adjust.
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