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#ActualArthur Souza

Posted 22 September 2012 - 09:50 PM

Hi guys. I'm not really experienced with graphics, and been having some issues. I have a couple of textures that have black backgrounds, but some of the actual texture is kind of transparent and shows a bit of the black behind it. This way, when I try to set ColorKey to black, it just fails to get the whole thing transparent.

I would like to know if there's a drawing technique in which the different tones of black on the image would be removed and set as transparent. I'm not really sure if I'm being clear enough, so sorry about that.

This is a sample image:

Posted Image

#2Arthur Souza

Posted 22 September 2012 - 09:49 PM

Hi guys. I'm not really experienced with graphics, and been having some issues. I have a couple of textures that have black backgrounds, but some of the actual texture is kind of transparent and shows a bit of the black behind it. This way, when I try to set ColorKey to black, it just fails to get the whole thing transparent.

I would like to know if there's a drawing technique in which the different tones of black on the image would be removed and set as transparent. I'm not really sure if I'm being clear enough, so sorry about that.

This is a sample image:

Posted Image

#1Arthur Souza

Posted 22 September 2012 - 09:48 PM

Hi guys. I'm not really experienced with graphics, and been having some issues. I have a couple of textures that have black backgrounds, but some of the actual texture is kind of transparent and shows a bit of the black behind it. This way, when I try to set ColorKey to black, it just fails to get the whole thing transparent.

I would like to know if there's a drawing technique in which the different tones of black on the image would be removed and set as transparent. I'm not really sure if I'm being clear enough, so sorry about that.

This is a sample image:

Posted Image

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