Collapsing layers and more details


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Collapsing layers and more details

In this lesson, we're going to collapse some layers to deal with fringing, correct a few remaining problems and add some boxes below the front towers. First, let's deal with a problem that comes up with adjustment layers. As you can see, Photoshop displays a white fringe around some layers that have adjustment layers applied to them, like these crenulations layers. You'll want to copy these layers out, and basically flatten them so that you can deal with any problems that aren't anomalies, but actual white fringing.

So, turn off all the other groups, and open up the crenulations group. Turn off all of the front layers, and keep just the back layers on. Select all and then copy merged. Go above all of the crenulation adjustment layers and paste it in place, command or control + shift + v and label it crenulations back. Now you have all those back layers with their adjustments baked in on one layer. Do the same with the crenulations front, copy merged, and then paste them in place in th...

Collapsing layers and more details
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Collapsing layers and more details provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by David Mattingly as part of the Digital Matte Painting Essentials 4: Texturing

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3D + Animation Design
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Photoshop
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