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  • KD4KO
    started a topic Creating a Pearl in Canvas Draw?

    Creating a Pearl in Canvas Draw?

    I am trying to follow the steps shown in the picture below.
    The fourth step is very confusing.
    Any help would be appreciated!

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  • KD4KO
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    This is the only way I could eliminate the penumbra.

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  • kohanmike
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    Maybe change the Attributes line edge to be on the outside?

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  • KD4KO
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    I can see the blur extending beyond each pearl.
    I is very visible when displayed on a black background.
    Is there a way to trim this blur?

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  • kohanmike
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    Looks good to me.

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  • KD4KO
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    This is the best I could do!

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  • KD4KO
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    This is the best I could do!

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  • kohanmike
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    As Vegas says, it's the front most of the final stack of objects.

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  • kohanmike
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    As Vegas says, it's the front most of the final stack of objects.

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  • vegas89134
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    After being blurred in step three, that object isn't used until being stacked onto the sphere in step 8.

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  • KD4KO
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    What I could not understand was step two, and how it is applied to step four.

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  • kohanmike
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    This is the first time I tried to use the knife tool. A bit of trial and error; draw the individual sections with the knife tool making sure you overlap the outer line of circle at the beginning and end of the section, when you release the tool, the circle will be separated into those individual sections. I filled each section with a color then eliminated the lines. I don't think it's necessary to use layers, I like just stacking parts, but you certainly can use layers.

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  • Tim Anderson
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    This is a perfect case for using layers. Draw the parts of your stack in layers. You can then change the order of the layers, change transparencies, colors, blurring, etc. without having one operation interfere with the other.

    Tim

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