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Using multiply on hand lettering while retaining white color

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Aug 03, 2017

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Hi there. I would like to figure out how to use some hand lettering (flat jpg) that has a beautiful brush stroke texture, but I would like the lettering to be white and to be placed atop a photograph. I want to retain the stroke and make the lettering white or a light color. When I use multiply, the white obviously vanishes. Can anyone advise on the best method for doing this? Thanks in advance!

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Using multiply on hand lettering while retaining white color

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Hi there. I would like to figure out how to use some hand lettering (flat jpg) that has a beautiful brush stroke texture, but I would like the lettering to be white and to be placed atop a photograph. I want to retain the stroke and make the lettering white or a light color. When I use multiply, the white obviously vanishes. Can anyone advise on the best method for doing this? Thanks in advance!

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Aug 04, 2017

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If you have flat jpeg - then try to edit it in Photoshop or create outlines in Illustrator

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