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  • Category: Gimp
  • Published: Friday, 16 June 2017 13:05
  • Written by Super User
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Working with images often involves merging two or more layers. Unfortunately, the sharp edges of layers can sometimes be visible to the eye. This article looks at various ways to hide these joins.

The eye is very good at detecting regular shapes such as squares and circles. If it is possible to make an irregular shape with gentle curves it is far less visible. (The same technique works well with wallpaper when decorating!).

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