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"Blend" brush blending mode in Fresco, what is it?

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Aug 07, 2022 Aug 07, 2022

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Aug 07, 2022 Aug 07, 2022

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Moving this to a more appropriate Fresco forum.

-Manan

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Aug 09, 2022 Aug 09, 2022

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Fresco has a Smudge tool or Mixer brushes are either of these the tools you're questioning? Can you give more detail regarding exactly what your question is.

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Aug 10, 2022 Aug 10, 2022

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You have blending modes on layers, and then you have blending mode on brushes. I'm talking about the blending modes on brushes.

At the bottom of the options available for the – I use the pencil – brush tool, there's a new blending mode called "blend".

I understand the – sometimes niche – applications of the other blending modes. What was the thought process behind the blend brush blending mode specificaly? What problems is it designed to solve? Why isn't there a matching blending mode for the layer blending ones?

It seems to be a worse version of the normal blending mode, is blend a bug?

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Aug 11, 2022 Aug 11, 2022

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Oops sorry. I responded, then reread the question and realized I wasn't answering the question asked. Can't seem to delete my message, so I'll just leave this apology 🙂

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Aug 11, 2022 Aug 11, 2022

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The problem with difference is that the proportions on the color wheel are not based on human sight so using cmd u sliders doesn't yield clean results.

Tried to get a consulting fee for pointing out the obvious a few years back but...

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