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I will assume you are in Photoshop?
1: Select your layers you want to control in the layers panel
2: Right click on any of the selected layers
3: Choose 'Link Layers' from the menu
In some cases depending on your setup you can simply group them as well and select the group and make any changes.
Hope that helps.
Sorry Yes, photoshop, the forums here are confusing so I thought I posted in the correct forum.
Thanks for the reply Brad, yes Photoshop.
I will try this when I get home but I think what you suggested only allows for changing the whole layers not a part of it.
So if I have an apple and banana sharing the same (Iineart, Color, Texture) layers, Can I choose to scale up the apple alone by making a selection that is applied to all layers. Or is the only way to do this is to combine all layers (lineart, color, texture) into one layer then make a selection for the apple and then scaling it up.
Maybe you can marge your layers as a Smart Object (Select three Layers and with wight mouse Button choose Convert To Smart Object Command) then you can easily select any part of your mage (all layers) and transform it.
Before you transform selected part of image you can move it to new separate layer. Just:
- Convert all important layers to smart object
- Select any area you want
- Move to new layer (CTRL+J)
- And finally transform your image