Wanted to add
Hope This Helps not HPH :)
But this is not important.
Maybe you can combine my example whit masks and to it a bit easyer
On 7/3/06, Kungla <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I do all smooth lines with select menu:
For example if you have a hand path - you can then make a selection
from it (from Path Tab).
You can allways save your selections to channels (From selection Tab)
so you can leter to channel to selection (from channel Tab)
Then make a selection from the curved path (that you have inside the
hand) - this selection should bigger than (at leaset 100px bigger in
this example) the hand. Then from menus Select-Feather (for exapmle
100px) and add the darker color to it. Then get again you hand
selection, then Select->Invert and cut out all outside of the hand.
It's simple to show but hard to describe.
On 7/3/06, A <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Mon, 2006-07-03 at 07:17 -0700, saulgoode wrote:
> > A, I am not sure if the following produces the effect you desire, but
> > it should be easy enough to test it out.
> > * Activate the QuickMask and stroke your path with a WHITE pen.
> > * Deactivate QuickMask.
> > * Use the Blend tool to fill the selection with the appropriate
> > gradient. You will probably wish to set the Shape to "Shaped (angular)".
> Thanks - that almost works.
> First problem is that the shaped (angular) gradient is also bi-linear.
> So what I did was try it twice on two layers, once from low to middle
> and once from middle to high. Then chopped out half of each.
> (Since I actually have a lower layer filled two colours, the chop
> out was, luckily, easy to do using an intersection colour selection)
> Unfortunately, the result was still pretty much unusable.
> Here's a hand in the picture I'm creating, done this way.
> If I can't find a better way I'll use that one - since it's way better
> than what I can do by hand, but hopefully someone knows a way to get
> a perfect result.
> However, thanks for the QuickMask bit - I never knew about it before!
> Very useful!
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