I have a project with 8 cartoon characters, consisting of a total of 600 layers for the lines and 600 layers for the colors. Created in CYMK (without knowing what it is).
The file in which I specified the colors for the figures is in RGB. I only found out that the color levels of the figures are in CYMK when I was about 75% finished. So I converted all the figure layer-files to RGB and colored them again. Now I know the difference between CYMK and RGB :).
The picture inserted above is also from a CYMK file; I tried it around until I achieved the desired light effect (rays from the inside out). I want to beautify the background of this sci-fi series inflationary.
Now I’m back to zero, because I have to work out again how this or a similar effect can be achieved “in” RGB.
If that is the case that there is no known solution for this, I just have to find out for myself:
How many levels, how strong the opacity, what effect (radiant light fits very well, so far).
What is “Lighten 2”? I work with the German version of Krita, there is nothing that reminds of Lighten 2.
*** “However, as mentioned, a convincing glow effect also includes adding shadows and lights to other objects depending on the light source and its color.” ***
→ It should be quick and easy, as I have to create a large number of backgrounds in a very short time. Like in my picture above it would be very good!
Thanks for the help!