edit: just use the brush tool

by name here @usernarne-here on Sep 14, 2018

edit: just use the brush tool

sorry for the unreadable font. 1. lay out colors. 2. copy layer. 3. set layer copy transparency to 50%. 4. move layer copy 1 or 2 pixels horizontally or vertically, depending on the direction of the colors. 5. merge the layers. 6. repeat until you think it looks good. higher resolutions work better and its a lot easier when you use the whole canvas, which is why the example looks so bad.

Size: 98x175
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winter w i s h e s @autumnskies
2 hrs
ayy I was the 1000th view
Feesh @PokeSloth21
March 15
This helped, but I cannot draw gradients anyway. XD
name here @usernarne-here
January 12
you go to the top layer, press the m key or the move tool, and drag slightly to the left or right
Wanderlust @Solitary
January 12
the moving part
Feesh @PokeSloth21
January 12
Lol I thought I was kind somewhat doing this. It was much more different than I thought, though it didn't turn out that bad.
name here @usernarne-here
December 30
yeah not too great with explanations.. what part?
Wanderlust @Solitary
December 29
i still dont understand
the original fat rip @fshhbowl
November 17
actually helpful
doin an ask yalll @cremeofthechees
November 08
ooooh my god thank youuuuuuuu
gone @kittenn
November 02
aa thanks this helps
name here @usernarne-here
October 22
yeah np :)
veri loafed fur @Z3ROwO
October 22
OH MY GOD THANK YOU FOR THIS
Is not a phase Mom @S4ltyGecko
September 21
This is very helpful thank you
Sounds of Spring @Biology-nerd
September 14
@username Thanks 4 this - it is really helpful!
bob @octobersherewoo
September 14
ima try it. thanks so much for making a tutorial!
Mr Alibaps @alibaps
September 14
I never knew it was that easy jesus. I've been doing it pixel-by-pixel fml