I made a file in Adobe Photoshop. Using a black coloured brush, I made a simple watercolour 'stamp', then clipped a solid colour layer mask to it, so that I can change the colour of the watercolour stamp to anything, at any time, non destructively.
This is what it looks like:
By showing the colour mask (and changing the colour) I can colour that watercolour stamp:
Is there a way to do this in GIMP? I was able to open the PSD file in GIMP with all the layers, but cannot get the layer mask to work in GIMP so it changes the colour of the BW watercolour stamp.
The idea is to replicate the ability to create any shape and clip an image or colour to it, in GIMP, the way you can do it in Photoshop.
Thanks in advance.