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I prefer the real thing. People alter images a lot here and it's not fot the better of it. But thats my opinion.
I think a lot of people would prefer if you do it, remember that the pack is for everyone who download it.
It's not a lot of work, it would take you max 5 minutes.
But, of course, noone can force you to do so.
Edit: I can fix the lighting on your cut myself, if you let me?
For some reason my PC not allowing me to save images from UEFA website for cutting. Is there anyway to get these images of Rangers?
I know Rangers are not usually in the FM game so these images seem ideal if can be accessed. I've tried the way to obtain them through firefox but no joy.
The best way I've found is to right-click on the image in this page, then opening image in a new tab, which takes you to the 324x324 image. I use Chrome, not sure if that makes a difference.
@StaffMan, have you tried using Vertus Fluid Mask?
keep meaning to look in to fluid mask , might purchase a copy
@krissmed, using Vertus, I would manually select the strands of hair to include and the sections of the background to exclude. Not the easiest and quickest of tasks in a source like this tbh...
I must've been using Vertus wrong because my results with it were really subpar. I've been using Photoshop's refine edge for the basic selection and the brush tool to remove the inevitable snow/fill in bits it missed, which isn't very quick either...
Personally, I find it quicker and easier to just zoom in to 1200% and go at pictures like this with the pen tool. It's not the best but it's better than faffing around for half an hour trying to clean up dirty extractions.
The hair on this one has missing bits that need to be filled in again, I had that issue a lot with my Vertus attempts
I know, I don't really know how to work around that without it being a hassle
With the method I used, I applied the Vertus cutout as a layer mask to the source layer, then brushed in the missing bits. Alt-clicking on the layer mask in the layers panel shows it as a pure black-and-white mask which makes it easier to see which parts need filling in
I find vertus easier to use on sources with a lot of hair detail, while the pen tool were easier to use on sources without beard and minimal hair detail. Wallace, do you have any tips for something with more hair detail, like this:
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