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Random Gray on Low Opacity

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Dec 21, 2019

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Hello, I'm having an issue when using low opacity with brushes.

 

I'm trying to put a very low opacity color layer on top of another color. They aren't seperate layers, I am literally trying to put low opacity color on normal color. Whenever I do, everything is fine for a second, then the low opacity area turns totally gray and opaque. I have no idea what's going on or why it's doing this.

 

Is there a solution? if not, what can I do to achieve what I'm trying to do.

 

Thanks in advance

Hi mate,

 

To achieve this enable "Object drawing" mode.

 

Otherwise you are painting a raw shape over an existing raw shape and the new one just intersects with the existing one, while you want it to stay on top and darken the existing one.

If on the same layer you need at least the semi-transparent black to be an Drawing Object.

 

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Random Gray on Low Opacity

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Dec 21, 2019

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Hello, I'm having an issue when using low opacity with brushes.

 

I'm trying to put a very low opacity color layer on top of another color. They aren't seperate layers, I am literally trying to put low opacity color on normal color. Whenever I do, everything is fine for a second, then the low opacity area turns totally gray and opaque. I have no idea what's going on or why it's doing this.

 

Is there a solution? if not, what can I do to achieve what I'm trying to do.

 

Thanks in advance

Hi mate,

 

To achieve this enable "Object drawing" mode.

 

Otherwise you are painting a raw shape over an existing raw shape and the new one just intersects with the existing one, while you want it to stay on top and darken the existing one.

If on the same layer you need at least the semi-transparent black to be an Drawing Object.

 

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Hi mate,

 

To achieve this enable "Object drawing" mode.

 

Otherwise you are painting a raw shape over an existing raw shape and the new one just intersects with the existing one, while you want it to stay on top and darken the existing one.

If on the same layer you need at least the semi-transparent black to be an Drawing Object.

 

- Nick: Character designer and animator, Flash user since 1998
Member of Flanimate Power Tools team - extensions for character animation

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