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How to use the brush tool over a logo without painting the transparent background

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Hi everyone

 

I want to recreate this effect but can't figure out how I did it. it's a .png file  and I just want to use the brush over my white logo... the problem is that the brush  also paints the transparent background ... could anyone help please. 

thank you

Thanx r-bin. 

I tried that but it won't paint if the background is locked.

 

I did however find the solution

 

open the .png as new project. use the quick selection tool. select the whole logo. grab the brush tool... brush over the selection... done

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How to use the brush tool over a logo without painting the transparent background

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Hi everyone

 

I want to recreate this effect but can't figure out how I did it. it's a .png file  and I just want to use the brush over my white logo... the problem is that the brush  also paints the transparent background ... could anyone help please. 

thank you

Thanx r-bin. 

I tried that but it won't paint if the background is locked.

 

I did however find the solution

 

open the .png as new project. use the quick selection tool. select the whole logo. grab the brush tool... brush over the selection... done

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I think locking the transparency of the layer can save you.
 
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Thanx r-bin. 

I tried that but it won't paint if the background is locked.

 

I did however find the solution

 

open the .png as new project. use the quick selection tool. select the whole logo. grab the brush tool... brush over the selection... done

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