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 How to Blend. Answer

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PostSubject: How to Blend. Answer   Sun Feb 08, 2009 4:10 pm

You need to get a soft round brush and set opacity to around 50 then brush around the render.
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Get a smudge brush and do all the smudge settings and smudge around the less important parts of the render to make it look like its blending.
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Get your lasso tool and go around the render. Go to Select and press Feather. Then you go to Layer>Add Layer Mask>Reveal Selection.
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Get a brush and erase and the render. [NOT GOOD HALF THE TIME]
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