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To start with, you really should attempt the easier cuts, then only move on to the harder cuts once you have grasped the basics. It's like trying to enter the Tour de France a couple of weeks after learning how to ride a bicycle
Just to ask. Is it better to do cuts 360x360 or still keep to original format of 180x180? Does it make any difference?
I will resize it to 180x180 anyway, so might as well do it in that way...
I want to do some cutouts but not sure how with the latest Photoshop. Is there a step by step guide please.
Can anyone provide an idiot proof step by step guide of the way to extract the images? I forget every year how to do this!
what edition of photoshop is considered best for cutting out?
im having a problem when i get my image back from Vertus Fluid MAsk with the images size and the Canvas size what dimensions in pixels should these be??? i watched the video but i does seem to crop a bottom edge
is there a common pixel dimension for in game for the cutout , for example the tutorial video has it resized to 180 x 180 pixel ?
This tutorial is for high res soruces on a single colored background. And where there isn't too much hair details. I'll see if I maybe do another one on more hair details. Hopefully this will help some persons with some information on how to do cut outs
I haven't done any video editing for years but I think it turned out alright. My microphone gave a lot of distortion so had to go text based instead. Some text are show a little bit short but you can always pause the video.
hola @mons quiero saber que critica merece este corte, pego el enlace https://sortitoutsi.net/graphics/request/22238 del pedido
ahi va la foto
I'm at work so I can't check the image on Photoshop just yet.
A couple of suggestions for what I can see so far:
a) Cuts must be 180x180 pixels
b) Ideally you only leave 2-3 pixels between the top of the head and the top of the cut and also between the bottom of the chin/facial hair and the bottom of the cut. This in order to maximise the area dedicated to the face. In cases like this where the neck is a bit long, you can use this technique to shorten it.
That said, both issues are relatively minor and can be solved at the initial cutting stage quite quickly, but it's important you keep them in mind in future cuts. Keep up the good work
mejor en este caso??? @mons
You'll need to