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It looks like you have a clipping path set, and I'm guessing all your other elements are outside of it so the result is that nothing is seen. Try removing that ClipPath by selecting all the other layers and dragging them above it.
Make a mask of the pen only (not shadow), and apply this mask to the ruled paper image. Set the ruled paper image layer above the pen+writing image layer. Set the ruled paper image layer blend mode to "darken." Basically, overlay the rule onto the image, not the other way around. To tweak, you can: make the ruled paper layer greyscale (desaturate); ...
I'd make a separate layer. Take the picture of the shadow on white (remove the pen itself from this copied layer) and turn that in to a fairly high contrast monochrome image. Use that high contrast image as the layer mask for a new layer. Fill the layer mask with a decent shadow color and/or set it to a subtractive blending mode (multiply, burn, etc) This ...
You can't find it because it doesn't exist. Your best bet is to record an Action and assign a keyboard shortcut to it.
With my massive 3500pt text in a bold (Impact) at the upper echelon of what Bevel and Emboss can do natively we get this: Now if we need to go beyond that we move to Scale Effects which can be found by right clicking on the effect in your layer panel, or under Layer → Layer Style on the main menu system
Put each of the layers you want to change into a group and add a hue/saturation adjustment layer to it. Make sure the colorize property is checked on. Each layer in that group will then change colors to whatever you set the adjustment layer to. If you can't see your adjustment panel, just go to the menu and choose Window -> Adjustments. If you're using ...
You can simply click layer by layer on the canvas while holding the shift key. Or you can select the layers you need by selecting layer by layer by clicking on the layers along with the CTRL button from the layer window.
Yes, you can! Just learnt this neat trick from http://www.elated.com/articles/selecting-layers-in-photoshop/ Use the Move tool Hold down Ctrl (PC) or cmd (Mac) Click on background layer or transparent area and drag the cursor over the layers you want to select. Only works if auto-select is disabled. Any layer that falls within the marquee is going to be ...
You could select a channel instead of a layer (that is usually a major problem actually). One functionality that creates a new channel, and move the focus to it is Select->Save to channel - it works regardless of an active selection existing or not. You can assign a shortcut to it (enable Dynamic keyboard shortcuts in preferences->interface, then ...
Right click on a layer on your Artboard and you'll see a list of two things: Layers that are directly under the Cursor All groups Now: Click the layer you want to move. Right click again and hold Shift while clicking the group you want to move that layer to. Both the layer and the group are now selected Right click again and at the bottom choose ...
Since I can't find any native ability to unselect layers in GIMP, this is the (hacky) workaround, I have come up with, I thought I would post this as an answer in case it might be of use to others. I created a new layer called focus_holder, 1px in size (minimum GIMP would allow) and positioned it under the background. Then when I want to remove focus away ...
When you export from Illustrator to PSD format, in export dialog in options section select write layers and maximum editability. Only compound paths exports as vector.
You can turn off your other layers so only one image frame is showing and export it as a .jpg or .png and repeat for the rest of your frames.
Method 1: Smart object Right-click the layer and choose 'Convert to smart object'. Now double click the layer and it will open in a new doc. Any edits you make and save will be visible in your original doc. Method 2: Duplicate Right-click the layer and choose 'Duplicate...'. In the dialogue box that appears choose 'New document'. Voila. PS: doing ...
If you want to keep the layer linked to your current document: Use Smart Objects. Right click your layer and click Convert to Smart Object. Double clicking the Smart Object layer will open the image in a new tab for you to edit and automatically update the layer in the original file. If you actually want to save it to a new document separate from the ...
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