Adding a blue Multiply layer


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Adding a blue Multiply layer

With my new sky added, I want to turn this into a dusk scene, and I'm going to do that by applying a layer of blue, in Multiply mode, over the top of the landscape. I want to isolate the blue to only the area of the landscape, so I am going to load in that layer mask I already created for the sky. And I'm going to need to select the inverse of the selection, so I have the landscape selected instead of the sky. I'm going to cleanup the selection by subtracting the mask layer, so I'm going to Command+Option+Click, Ctrl+Alt+Click into the layer icon preview.

I want to start a new layer above all the other painted layers but below the mask layer, and then fill it with a dark but neutral blue. I'm going to name the layer BlueMultiply and fill it full of that color, and then set the Layer Transfer mode to Multiply. I am going to dial back the Opacity of this layer to 80% so I can see it a little bit better. Now I want to add a dusk sky, because this bright cloudy sky won&#...

Adding a blue Multiply layer
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Adding a blue Multiply layer provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by David Mattingly as part of the Digital Matte Painting: Changing a Scene From Summer to Winter

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