How to Use Non-destructive Layer Editing

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How to Use Non-destructive Layer Editing

By Discovery Center Team

With the ParticleShop 1.1 update you can now use nondestructive layer editing! This short video tutorial will show you how to bring duplicate layers of your Photoshop image into ParticleShop and how to use the brushes to add brushstokes and save them as a separate layer. Once you are finished adding your brushstrokes you can merge the layers to create a final image.

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