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Could someone give me some advice.


Eggy

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There are two ways to do it.

In the first one make a black canvas layer, put the skull layer on top of the black layer, make a new layer on top of the skull layer and use a cloud or fog brush to apply clouds or fog. These clouds or fog are already a bit transparant so no need to use a blend mode.Do not use pure white for the clouds or fog because they will get lost in the white skull.

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I'll show you a second way in a moment...

If you want the cloud and/or fog brushes I can provide them but they are available for free on the net.

Cloud brushes (free): View attachment Clouds.abr
 
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gedstar

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Here's 2 options you could try
Option 1 changing the blend mode of the skull layer to Overlay
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Option 2
Using Blend If again on the skull layer
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Eggy

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Thanks for explaining the second option Ged. :thumbsup:

Man, I'm still struggling to post with IE11, have to switch to Firefox, otherwise I'm getting a hieroglyphic text...:banghead:
 

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