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Fade Away Effect Tutorial by BlackBeltMaster Fade Away Effect Tutorial by BlackBeltMaster
So, as I promised, here's the tutorial for the fade away effect that I learned how to do. I think it's fairly simple. Hopefully you think so as well. Enjoy.

[link] to the picture at the end of this tutorial.
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DrOedi Nov 24, 2011   General Artist
Thank you!! ^.^
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DemonOfSarila Jan 15, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I like to use opacity makes for things that simple, guess i think clipping maks that that would lead to too many layers.

though clipping masks are very handy to know about, I use them for coloring. but hey, that's me.
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:iconblackbeltmaster:
I do too. I use them for cell shading typically. ^_^
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DemonOfSarila Jan 16, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
the opacity masks?
I don't use cell shading.... the only example i have up is the face of [link] i lay down flat colors, them shade/highlight with layers set to clipping masks that are in muliply/screen/normal/etc. and go to work with my tablet (or the school's cintiq's - i am so spoiled). i have a much better example of that, but it's unfinished so it's not up yet. it uses the same technic, but looks way better than that example.
i guess i don't think this is the best aplication of clipping masks, but it's still a useful tut because people should know about clipping masks, because they're very handy.
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Caxsry14 Jan 8, 2010  Student General Artist
I'm trying to do this but I can't find an option for a clipping mask anywhere :(
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:iconblackbeltmaster:
In the Layers Pallet, you need to right click the layer and one of the options will be Create Clipping Mask. Other options would be selecting the layer and either go to the top of the screen and click Layer > Create Clipping Mask or pressing Alt+Ctrl+G. Hope that helps. ^_^
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Caxsry14 Jan 9, 2010  Student General Artist
I tried all of that and couldn't find it. But I worked out another way :)
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:iconblackbeltmaster:
I'm sorry I couldn't help, but I'm glad you found another way. ^_^
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Caxsry14 Jan 10, 2010  Student General Artist
The tutorial did help me find the other way ^_^
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