At 1/8/11 05:37 PM, Larkatosa wrote:
At 1/8/11 05:28 PM, Luxembourg wrote:
My gimp is in Swedish. (translate fail)
At 1/8/11 05:19 PM, Larkatosa wrote:
I'm right clicking the green channel, but I'm not seeing any options saying "Mark channel" or "invert" anything.
At 1/8/11 05:06 PM, Luxembourg wrote:
I accidentally drew some lineart on the canvas and now I can't color underneath it because it's on a white layer.There is a way in gimp. Open up channels and turn of every one except green. Then mark that channel (Right click) Press mark then press invert. Make a new layer, and paint over it with black ink. - Try that
Is there a way in GIMP or Painter (I no longer have Photoshop) to trace the lineart onto a separate layer without bringing all the white?
And, no, I mean a way other than turning down the opacity and tracing over top.
There is a way in gimp. Open up channels and turn of every one except green. Then press channel to selection(Right click) Press edit then press invert. Make a new layer, and paint over it with black ink. - Hehe, better?
I'm sorry, but I do all of this, and then I paint over in black and nothing happens.
Specifically, I'm opening channels, then I'm turning off the visibility of the red, blue, and alpha channels (clicking off the little eye).
I could possibly be doing something wrong here, because I'm not entirely sure if that's what you mean by "turn off every one".
I select only the green layer, then I click on "channel to selection". I go then to Select -> invert.
Could be messing up by using the wrong invert here. I don't see an edit -> invert, though.
Then I create a new layer and paint over it and nothing happens.
Where might I be doing this wrong?