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Hi,

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hi, i need to ask this, sorry its new for me because i usually do a vector art. so, how to blend 2 materials? (in AP or AD)

for example if i have transparent clip art (PNG) like the yellow donut in the left,  and jpeg texture on the right, how can i blend them and keep it transparent? i mean the texture (jpeg) keep inside the yellow part. thanks

pliz help

ps : i have both AP & AD

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To achieve the result on the left I simply nested the texture layer inside the donut layer (as demonstrated in the video clip that @telemax has just posted). To retain the orange colour of the donut, as shown on the right, I duplicated the donut layer and set its blend mode to ‘Colour Burn’ to interact with the textured donut on the layer below.

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