NiGHTMaRe567And of course it looks nasty to you than! If you think of what it looks like? Hell yeah it's gonna look nasty, In my own opinion it looks cool and people find it creepy. And anyway it's not just some random thing. It's from a music video from a Jrock band.. But this was alil' off topic
Thank god we have picture blocking in Firefox. Didn't even think of that untill now
Dr. SharKThank god we have picture blocking in Firefox. Didn't even think of that untill now
lmao... I bet there;s horror movies that a more gorss than this.. if not.. diru kicks ass
Since i don't watch horror moveis, i don't really care.
/FINAL offtopic post from me in this thread
Dr. SharKSince i don't watch horror moveis, i don't really care. /FINAL offtopic post from me in this thread -Dr.SharK
you don't watch horror moves? damn... oh well
last off topic post from me too..
Wraith 5it depends on how detailed the background is... if it's one consistant color, you can use the magic wand tool.. If not, the lasso would be better. With lassoing, it helps to zoom in, to get as close a cut to the picture as possible. It may also help if you posted an example of the type of picture you wish to cut out. it would be easier to give advice from there.
I didn't read your message fully, I don't really ahve a picture in mind to cut. Just want to know basically. And you and steakboy gave me suggestions so I'm cool with that
If you have a more advanced program than MS Paint I'd recommend the 'Pen'-tool. Basically, you put little dots at the sides of the picture you want to cut. At last you make a selection. You can zoom in closely, and you don't have too hold like you have too with the Lasso tool.
Blending. Blending is good for the mind. Blend.
Anything but triple-posting.
46 and 2, are just ahead of me
23rd September 2004
Use the pen tool, go clickety-clickety-click, making points around the outline of the image you want out, then go to make a selection after you've goen around it, put feather at .2 or .6 (depending on the image) and say layer via cut. Delete the background and ta-da! you have rendered an image.
From there, save it as a .png and then you can put it on whatever image you want.
Best way IMO is the background eraser, create layer and get used to working with layers, sometimes the magic wand and the mask to fine tune it. There is more than one way to do what you want. Remember to use a graphics format that allows transparencies, and when you are done flatten the image and save for web in image ready.