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HELLO PALS. I’ve been running into an issue at work, and I have a feeling I’m really overcomplicating all of this. Normally I don’t need to drag around individual pieces of a composition in an illustration, but magazine layout and the like requires it.  InDesign and Photoshop aren’t fond of my habit of drawing on paper; can’t get Photoshop to achieve what a plugin for a tiny, free drawing software was able to. Simply removing white from the scanned sketch via select>color range isn’t doing the trick like the Grim Color Reaper does, so I ask ye, internet: How Can I Make Photoshop Do This?
Reblogged HERE with multiple solutions! I’m…not good at layer masks, let’s just say that. :’D

HELLO PALS. I’ve been running into an issue at work, and I have a feeling I’m really overcomplicating all of this. Normally I don’t need to drag around individual pieces of a composition in an illustration, but magazine layout and the like requires it.  InDesign and Photoshop aren’t fond of my habit of drawing on paper; can’t get Photoshop to achieve what a plugin for a tiny, free drawing software was able to. Simply removing white from the scanned sketch via select>color range isn’t doing the trick like the Grim Color Reaper does, so I ask ye, internet: How Can I Make Photoshop Do This?

Reblogged HERE with multiple solutions! I’m…not good at layer masks, let’s just say that. :’D

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