It was probably not mentioned, but you should just create another layer for
the gradient background.
On Tue, Jun 2, 2009 at 3:08 PM, DJ <delphit...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi Gimp-user,
> I was going through this tutorial, and got stumped.
> I have the white outline of the image, but I can't figure out how they
> did the gradient so the background gets the gradient, but it looks
> like the white outline was also affected by the gradient. I tried
> various Modes, among failed attempts. :-(
> I have:
> FG: Purple, BG: Green
> Tool: Blend Tool (FG to BG, Linear)
> Layer 3: Transparent Background w/white outline.
> Layer 2: Gradient (not mentioned in the tutorial but was tried by me)
> Layer 1: Black Background
> Layer 3 will be duplicated twice, with Layer 4's mode set to Value,
> and Layer 5 blurred 20 pixels.
> Any suggestions?
> Is there another way to get the effect of multiple "rough" outlines
> of an image? The tutorial's creator added layers and used Filters >
> Distort > Iwarp, repeating that several times.
> Thank you.
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