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Old March 3rd, 2017, 04:26 PM
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Getting the transparent version of my image

I've been following this tutorial here: I can only provide the youtube video id as I am not allowed to post links --> xlqEgl1KP2M and I managed to get a nice final result but I would like to have this on a transparent background instead of black.

I have also tried to work on a transparent layer in the first place and make an additional black layer so I can remove it in the end but the result was not the expected one.

Again, I would provide a link to my .psd file but unfortunately I cannot post any links. Is there any workaround?

Thank you!

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I've been following this tutorial here: I can only provide the youtube video id as I am not allowed to post links --> xlqEgl1KP2M and I managed to get a nice final result but I would like to have this on a transparent background instead of black.

I have also tried to work on a transparent layer in the first place and make an additional black layer so I can remove it in the end but the result was not the expected one.

Again, I would provide a link to my .psd file but unfortunately I cannot post any links. Is there any workaround?

Thank you!

Well, if you use "Flatten Image" option, stop using it. This option removes transparency. Also. Don't use layer "background" Just leave layer/layers with your picture which you want.
Update. I watched the video. Seems you can make the same result if you place your abstract figures on separate transparent level just above the black one, but of cause, if you remove black layer, your artwork would look weird on a transparent background. Just cause it is made for dark background.

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