Question by TBaT: How do I keep the opacity (ie: 25%) the same when using brushes in Photoshop CS2.?
Say I start painting on the layer mask with 25% opacity and 100% flow and then release my mouse button to move somewhere else When I reclick it seems to double the opacity if I overlap an area that Has already been painted. I want it to just stay at one opacity no matter how many times I release my mouse or overlap. Is this even possible. It seems no matter how much I play with the flow or opacity I cant fix it.
Answer by giyoo m
there is no way to avoid overlapping, bcoz itz transparent.
Question by Jong: Photoshop CS4: Is it possible to change the opacity of multiple layers at once?
Photoshop CS4: Is it possible to change the opacity of multiple layers at once? For instance:
1. I’ve selected Layer 1, Layer 2, and Layer 3, which each have different opacities (45%, 60%, 75%)
2. Can I somehow, in one fell swoop, change the opacity of all three layers to 100%?
Answer by Eric S
select all of the layers then change the opacity
What do you think? Answer below!
I am a digital artist and I would like to do lineart using the version of PS I got with my tablet. However, I am unable to find a menu that can set the brush options like brush dynamics or texture. Is there such a thing? Or is Elements so watered down that I can’t?
Please help me out!
I am fairly new to photoshop elements and I have downloaded some new brushes to use of fruit, sports stuff, etc. When I use them the result is a very transparent picture. My opacity is set at 100%.
why is the opacity of my brush in photoshop low? like whenever i use the brush tool, it’s only like 50% opacity or something like that… the blending options are normal and set to 100% opacity… so why is it partly transparent? i need help… please… it was never like that before…