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 You can repeat the prior drag-and-drop action many times, adding more layers with more styles to it, and fine-tuning each of their respective layer blending mode and layer opacity.

After doing this a few times, you might have a layer stacking scenario like this one:

(click image to enlarge)

Furthermore, you can select (click) any of the layers, and switch to the 'Properties + Preview' tab. In that tab, you'll see just the look of that one style, and a number of parameters that define it. You can further control and adjust the exact nature of that specific style. For example, if you're using a style like Manga or Cartooning with outlines, you'll probably find parameters that control the width of these outlines.

This is a place where you can create even more refined appearances for your custom styles. Enjoy!

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