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How to draw multiple shapes/strokes and keep their masks?

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How to draw multiple shapes/strokes and keep their masks?

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Mask addition (merging) is performed by holiding Shift key while performing shape drawing. Now internal mask contains old drawing merged with a new one. Pressing Mask button will apply selected action on both drawings (shapes). Example of Pixopedia 24 concept The best way to understand the general idea is to perform a step by step example. So, here we go: • Start Pixopedia 24 and create a new image with black background. • Click on the brush icon to invoke brush settings. • Select the first brush: neon-brush and set parameters: • Linear fall-off 100% • Click on the basic parameters tab and set: • Size = 40 • Capacity = 100 • Step = 1 • Set all other basic parameters to 0 • Clik on brush effects tab • Check blur kernel and set value to 3 • Check bump scale and set value to 4 • By clicking red arrows, set bump offset to (-1, 1) • Press OK button to close brush settings form • Set foreground color to red. • Select Draw action, select normal method and set color scheme to Foreground • Move

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