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I have a picture of a Flag, and another Pictures of a Starfish. Both are 2D. I would like to take the flag, and merge is with the starfish picture, in order to make it seem that the falg was painted onto the starfish. Can this be done in Fireworks without having to install additional tools.
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In the properties bar, play around with the Blend Modes, this usually works, you could also use masking, although this does depend on the colours of the images
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