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    Posted: Sep-02-2018 at 12:33pm
.........with the latest version of the aircraft?


I downloaded this one as I only have Adobe Elements (not full photo shop) and Paintshop pro.
http://mustang.flight1.net/forums/repaint-kit_topic445.html


This is my first attempt at painting so any suggestions or help would be appreciated.


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Ok, I got it open in both Elements and Paintshop, and just figured out I know nothing about layers...

I need a guide.
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You will learn that layers are your friend and will make painting go much easier than without them. You can google how to repaint and learn quite a bit. They are most all using Photoshop but like you, I use Paintshop Pro and all you have to do is use the same tools they use in Photoshop but you'll have to look for the tools since the menus are different between the two programs.

When you get ready to break it down into components, the bottom layer called "Background" will become very important in accurately separating the repaint into its component images.
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