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Introduction to Layers in Gimp

  • Category: Gimp
  • Published: Monday, 05 June 2017 15:18
  • Written by Super User
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You can easily revert to the original black foreground using from the colour select dialogue. This will make our foreground colour black once again.

 

Create a second layer using New Layer – choose white as the background colour. The image will still be black overall, however, the opacity of the white can be varied using the layer dialogue so allowing more or less of the lower layer to be seen. An opacity of 50% will produce grey image.

 

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