in photoshop, paste the grid and put it to about 10% opacity, it should be barely visible. then, in another layer, use a fill can set to "use all layers, contiguous" and click click click. it's a drop at a time but it's a non-destructive way to preserve the working grid. (edit - as opposed to all of those other destructive ways of preserving
pure hixels - my grid (the difference of hues makes it easier for me i think, gray they run together sometimes)
grid overlay with working doodle beneath.
« Last Edit: May 09, 2008, 01:08:12 pm by ndchristie »
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