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May 13, 2010

Scan Lines with Photobie

This tutorial was written for the older version. This may or may not be applicable to newer ones!

We'll use the following image for this tutorial.

  1. Copy the image and click on edit=>paste as new image.
  2. Click on your "fill shape" tool . Then make sure your "gradient brush set up" is checked and you set the settings as shown below:

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  3. Then, adjust the opacity level of your "draw fill shape". I adjusted mine to 68.

This is how the image turned out.

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