Hair and stacking order


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Hair and stacking order

You know on second thought I think that I have overdone it with the orange on my face here a little bit so I am going to switch to my marquee tool here. And I am going to change the opacity value that's assigned to the coloring layer. Let me make my layers piled a little wider so that we can see what the name of the layer is it's called Coloring. And I am going to press the 8 key to reduce the opacity value to 80%. Of course you can also scrub the value or click on this little arrow and move the slider triangle or enter your own value by just pressing a number key on the keyboard when one of the selection tools is active.

It's by far the easiest way to change the opacity of an active layer. Alright so that looks a little better to me. What still looks just of course terrible is the fact that we have this big gap between my face and where the hair starts inside St. Sebastian the background. So it looks like he is wearing some kind of Mission Impossible mask which doesn't make any se...

Hair and stacking order
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Hair and stacking order provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 One-on-One: Beyond the Basics

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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