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# 1CENTAUER Jun 8 2010, 20:30 PM
ok, i know a lot of you know this but i think for someone who is new to gfx this will be good thing to know .. its simple and fast..




1st choose your render


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then select the lasso tool and see it has feather at top , click on litle box and change setings witch you like the most . i put it on 15.


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than outline your render in ruff way.. Not perfect.

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than Hold SHIFT and CTRL and hit I button to invert selction like so


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hit CTRL + X to cut the selection


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great i hope this will help to someone ..

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# 2Muse Jun 8 2010, 21:33 PM
thx for the share ^^.

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# 3CENTAUER Jun 9 2010, 18:07 PM
QUOTE(Muse @ Jun 8 2010, 22:33 PM) *

thx for the share ^^.


np mate , as i say for someone new to gfx its good coz its simple and fast tongue.gif

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# 4Nordlander Jun 11 2010, 20:26 PM
I think with color-selection or the quick selection tool the result would be more pro at this example than the simple blending.
It looks like you dont know how to cut out in a quality way .... so i would never use it for such editing.
And also noobs should learn the right way straight from the beginning ... but thats just mho.

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# 5CENTAUER Jun 13 2010, 16:12 PM
what in hell you talking about ... dont know how to cut out what?(am new to gfx) blending is ok if you use it right ..

i think talking about PRO things its to much for both of us ..

noobs should learn right way yes , but is your way right one? this is simple render blending tut

i ppost just one of many ways , this one is fast and decent one if you use it right

but ok you are the artist .. thanx for comment it will help me when i gonna start to make sigs wink.gif

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# 6Loke Jun 13 2010, 18:58 PM
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And also noobs should learn the right way straight from the beginning ... but thats just mho.

The pen tool is a tedious and boring/unforgiving tool for newcomers.
This tutorial, however, should work perfectly for them smile.gif

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# 7CENTAUER Jun 13 2010, 21:16 PM
QUOTE(Loke @ Jun 13 2010, 19:58 PM) *

The pen tool is a tedious and boring/unforgiving tool for newcomers.
This tutorial, however, should work perfectly for them smile.gif

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# 8Nordlander Jun 15 2010, 12:57 PM
QUOTE(CENTAUER @ Jun 13 2010, 18:12 PM) *

i think talking about PRO things its to much for both of us ..

I wouldn't say myway is the right or the best way, but i think it will be more"wonderfull", also to newbies, if they cut out something nearly perfect.
Yea the tut is good and honestly i use it sometimes too tongue.gif.

And btw, if you want i can give you some well commented quick tutorials to cut out in different situations wink.gif.

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# 9Evolancer Jun 15 2010, 23:31 PM
Cool tut ^^

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# 10Muse Jun 16 2010, 03:45 AM
@ Norlander idk if you talking about cutting/rendering a stock? woot. Clipping mask is what i do if the case is like this.

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# 11Nordlander Jun 16 2010, 14:35 PM
Yea, clipping mask is more or less the end, you applie it when you have something selected, but to select what you want to cut out is the problem. I think to applie such a mask is not the point ...

Or you applie such a mask and start drawing with a black pen ..... have fun if the picture is with a long-haird woman biggrin.gif.

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# 12CENTAUER Jun 16 2010, 17:18 PM
yeah i understand you what you try to say , yes , but i was think its ease and fast , simple , handy, if you know what i mean ofc for such artist like you guys there more better ways .. when i want to do it something rly rly fast than i use this tut , i didn't say its best or perfect way to do it , but as i say above can be used ...anyway about cutting, i was think you mean for render .. i find it on web

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evolancer ,, thnx mate tongue.gif its not something great or some like that but its just one of many ways to do it hehehh

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# 13CENTAUER Jun 16 2010, 18:19 PM
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And btw, if you want i can give you some well commented quick tutorials to cut out in different situations wink.gif.


cool am always for good advice tongue.gif

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# 15Ripred May 7 2011, 18:12 PM
Nordlander, I think you simply don't get the point of his tutorial. It is to blend a render INTO a background, NOT to cut a render OUT of one.

Here, he already has the render and is not trying to render an image. You would never use 15 pixel feather with a rough selections to actually render something.

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# 16I.AM.OP Jun 9 2011, 05:25 AM
Nice bump.

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