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OVERLAYING TEXTURE ONTO BLACK AND WHITE IMAGES


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24 minutes ago, JimmyJack said:

In Designer (and Photo for that matter), I think it would be quite easy to Invert the PNG then Rasterize to Mask.

Oh, well done! B|

For some strange reason I keep forgetting about ‘Rasterize to Mask’. :o

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16 minutes ago, Logan Lukow said:

What exactly is Rasterize?

Rasterize = convert to a bitmap representation = make pixels out of it (instead of vectors)

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11 minutes ago, Logan Lukow said:

What exactly is Rasterize?  What does that do?

‘Rasterize’ and ‘Rasterize to Mask’ are separate commands. The former simply converts the selected layer to a collection of pixels, whereas the latter not only converts the selected layer but also applies it as an opacity mask so that the target layer is 100% opaque where the mask is white and 0% opaque — i.e. 100% transparent — where the mask is black.

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