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18/04/2012 13:37:37

hugmyster
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The range of paint colours is excellent. Any that aren't listed can be created using the old RGB method.

My whingesome grovel is would it be possible to pop in an alpha channel - or even just an alpha colour - to use for painting things? You could do a true Nearly Headless Nick and striped bands would make a great springy effect.

Any good?
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18/04/2012 14:21:19

gimmick
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Some props accepts textures, not only RGB colors. In this case, you can use PNG picture with transparent areas.
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18/04/2012 15:52:17

hugmyster
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In fact invisible props have been very useful for 'floating' objects!

I was thinking of people. If you colour any of them as invisible (alpha) then their true colours shine through, which is not what I wanted.

Does sound like a Phil Collins' song though... Violin
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18/04/2012 19:13:04

WozToonsExperimental user
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Does sound like a Phil Collins' song though... Violin


Cyndi Lauper.

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18/04/2012 21:48:58

DreekoMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Cyndi always looks like she is trying to read something really tiny with that squinty eyed expression.
Put your glasses on woman!
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19/04/2012 12:44:07

hugmyster
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WozToons wrote:
Does sound like a Phil Collins' song though... Violin


Cyndi Lauper.

You are completely right. I stand corrected.Quiet
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