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    Sorry, but I couldn't describe what I was going to type as my title.
    Anyways, I've seen pictures on the web that are constructed of a series of images, one over another, while one could see through a few of the images until the final one...
    How do you create this type of image?

    Sorry for the sad image...I couldn't really get another. My computer seems to have no other images, and I couldn't get my hands on a better demonstration since the search engines aren't working on my computer (page could not be displayed). I have no clue how this image even got into my computer! Oh well, sorry, everone.
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    You can do this rather easily with pretty much any paint program like photoshop. basicly you just lay lay an image ontop of another one and lower the top ones opacity in some way.


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    Quote Originally Posted by glyakk
    You can do this rather easily with pretty much any paint program like photoshop. basicly you just lay lay an image ontop of another one and lower the top ones opacity in some way.
    Umm...the opacity is what's troubleing me.
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    If you're doing it on the website, opacity is a matter of saving as a PNG file, Unfortunately, there are issues with saving something as a PNG file when it comes to IE, which is kind enough not to support PNG transparency very well.

    If you want to do it just with one image, generally you'll find that there's a toolbox somewhere with opacity or transparency set. Sometimes, you have to add an alpha channel layer (I believe this is the case with the GIMP, though I'm not sure), which will let you set transparency on that layer that affects the layer it's attached to.

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    What I usually do is what glyakk said and it works generally fine. Just lower it until you get your desired image, it's not that bad
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