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    what should i get.

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    Another family guy gif

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    when i take pics of the show i want to make them transparent so have to cut them out but the edges always get fucked up becuase i cant do it exacly the same for each pic.

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    The last funny one I saw was Rip The Jacker's
    old avatar at the bottom



    Just make it smaller and you got one funny ass avatar

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    you make a lot of them. how do i make the edges like even throught out all the pictures so it doesnt look like this.


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    Quote Originally Posted by twisterX
    you make a lot of them. how do i make the edges like even throught out all the pictures so it doesnt look like this.

    The ones I make take a long time I donload the episodes
    then after I take alot of stop picture shots then put it all
    together in that animation shop
    Where i'm realy going with this is that you get the edges from the pictures in the episodes
    with out deleting the back ground film
    Last edited by Evil_Monkey; 12-04-2005 at 05:01 AM.

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    i download the eps too.

    then i take pictures but i want them to be like transparent so i have to cut them out. but i cant cut them out exacly the same so the edges looked fucked up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twisterX
    but i cant cut them out exacly the same so the edges looked fucked up.
    Magic Wand Tool!

    Highlight everything around your object by holding shift and clicking everything but your object, until it looks like there is a line around the object you want, then:
    Help >> Export Transparent Image >> "I have selected the area to be made transparent >> Online >> PNG (better quality) >> save it >> Interlaced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil_Monkey
    The last funny one I saw was Rip The Jacker's
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    Just make it smaller and you got one funny ass avatar
    Haha I still remember that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Damnatory
    Quote Originally Posted by twisterX
    but i cant cut them out exacly the same so the edges looked fucked up.
    Magic Wand Tool!

    Highlight everything around your object by holding shift and clicking everything but your object, until it looks like there is a line around the object you want, then:
    Help >> Export Transparent Image >> "I have selected the area to be made transparent >> Online >> PNG (better quality) >> save it >> Interlaced.
    Beat me to it.

    There's the way Damnatory stated, which is a good way to eliminate the backdrop on most images, but sometimes can screw you. If you have any trouble with it, do this to delect sections one at a time:

    Open image in Photoshop > Ctrl-A > File > New > Transparent document > Ctrl-V > select Magic Wand Tool > click outside of the image you want. When a selection is made that contains only unwanted areas, press delete.

    Then use a soft brush eraser tool or blur tool with an fill opacity of about 50 on the edges when you're finished.
    Last edited by Skizo; 12-04-2005 at 10:00 AM.



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