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Exporting PNGs with Transparency Blending Modes

Community Beginner ,
Dec 18, 2023 Dec 18, 2023

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I've been trying to export this artwork in layers, where the red background is one PNG and the ornament design is another. However, when I export the image on a transparent background, there is a white circle around the shadow art (where I've used multiply), and a black line around the sparkle art (where I've used screen).

 

The left side is how it should look, but the right is how it exports. Any suggestions on how I can export the ornament as transparent PNG without the white and black effect? Is it because I've used the multiply/screen blending modes?

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Community Expert , Dec 18, 2023 Dec 18, 2023

You need to add that background n Illustrator. You cannot export this as a transparent PNG. THis is because of the blend mode.

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You need to add that background n Illustrator. You cannot export this as a transparent PNG. THis is because of the blend mode.

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As I feared. Thank you for your help!

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