Color blending Use math for art.
Color blending modes are different calculations mixing current color (like current layer) with underlying colors. In case of layers it is reversible.
Normal color blending
Linear Burn color blending (as an example)
The result (visible unchanged upper color)
The result (colors mixed)
Learn more about Linear Burn blending mode on page 451
*Color blending modes are based on pretty complex math but it is not necessary to know it to use them. You can just select a blending mode from the list. See page 176 for the details.
Learn how to use blending modes on layers on page 175 Learn how to use blending modes in brushes on page 93
Infinite Painter’s Manual
Studio • Layers • Page 174
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