Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_NextPart_001_00D9_01CCEFF2.F6E33030" ------=_NextPart_001_00D9_01CCEFF2.F6E33030 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit I have a CG rendering that I want to create a jagged edge along one side - like this: cid:image002.png@01CCEFEC.E8039150 (well, this shows 2 sides; and I will just need the right side.) I created this example with Snagit and I am usually content with the results. But today I am in need of a much larger image: ~10k x 6.6k (pixels) and Snagit just can't cut it. I can create a path that sorta looks like what I want, but I am not sure how to use layers and transparency, etc. to get what I need. This might be a lot to ask through a forum. If so, please feel free to direct me to a tutorial, or some other lesson / resource. Any hints or tips? Thanks a lot! -Nate ------=_NextPart_001_00D9_01CCEFF2.F6E33030 Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

I have a = CG rendering that I want to create a jagged edge along one side – = like this:

 

3D"cid:image002.png@01CCEFEC.E8039150"

 

(well, this = shows 2 sides; and I will just need the right = side…)

 

I created this example with Snagit and I am usually = content with the results…  But today I am in need of a much = larger image: ~10k x 6.6k  (pixels) and Snagit just can’t cut = it.

 

I can create a path that sorta looks like what I want, = but I am not sure how to use layers and transparency, etc. to get what I = need.

 

This might be a lot to ask through a forum.  If = so, please feel free to direct me to a tutorial, or some other lesson / = resource.

 

Any hints or tips?

 

Thanks a = lot!

 

-Nate

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