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    Bleed color on empty layer

    I have brush that has some bleeding. When i work on canvas it paints color i choose and also does bleeding with present colors. But on empty layer this brush bleeds my color to white - the strokes on empty layer are from my color to white color. How i can do, that strokes fade into nothing at their end on empty layers?

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    OOOOOOO! Thank you so much!!! My favorite brushes for laying my foundations quickly are the oil pastels because of their blending properties, and this was getting on my nerves everytime i had to add a layer because i could no longer utilize what i find to be the oil pastel's greatest strength.

    Fuck Yeah! I gotta go Paint!

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