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@Wallace81 @marrtac @weeniehutjr @mons Thanks for the help guys
I've never used the history brush before, however after using it a couple of days, I find it really useful.
As no-one picked up my requests I thought I would have a go myself, I know for some this is easy but for me it's not, I would much rather do text editing than photo editing, so have attached my first effort, am using paint 3d, I can use gimp but am finding paint 3d a bit simpler.
Would attached file be acceptable, if not please explain what else is needed, if it's ok I will have a go at some more. Constructive criticism and advice greatly appreciated.
A couple of things.
Needs to be on a transparent background.Needs to be cut closer to the chin.You have quite a lot of air above the head.If the source allow it, the cuts can be 250x250 pixels.
Now I think I have cropped this a bit too tight, but is everything else OK. I sized first image at 180*180 as that's what all the others are in facepack, this is 250. The cropping is the bit I can do so I'm not bothered about this as I'm just trying to learn paint 3d at the minute, it's all the fiddly bits I have trouble with. But if this image is ok I think I can have a go properly
Do anyone have a quick fix for the shadows here?
I tried on one of them and this was the result i got:
I can't get the eye to look natural no matter how much I try.
Are you using clone stamp or something? My method is using an adjustment layer (usually Levels) to increase the brightness of the shadows (or reduce brightness of highlights), and using a layer mask to restrict the adjustment layer to only the shadows
For some reason I'm not able to download the image, only view it in my browser. But from the look from it doesn't look like you hav andy details at all at the top, only a straight line. As you say cropping isn't difficult, but in this cut, you don't have the whole chin. And as of Paint 3D, I have no idea what tools are availible in there, same with gimp. I would suggest you give Photoshop a go.
And what source are you using? It looks like it's been upscaled.
180x180 was used before and 250x250 hasn't been used for that long, so the majority of the cuts are still 180x180.
Yes, I used the clone stamp tool tool. I tried other adjustments like levels and some other, although I couldn't get a good result. Imo, the clone stamp works perfectly fine, however the eye is really hard to fix...
Here's an example of one I used this method on. IMO Clone stamp doesn't maintain the details of the skin which yields unnatural-looking results. Trying to remove the shadows instead of reduce them means the facial features will lack depth
I tried to cutout this and gave as result the next image.
(This is my second cut out and I'm posting here so can improve technique and everything)
All guys wich have problem with long neck,this is the best advice to have shirt visiable,and also have cut as much closer to the chin.
If your going to cut close to the chin but the collar disappears move the collar up before cutting, with either the marquee tool or the laso tool.
@StaffMan please when you have longer neck use this technique and don't leave cuts without the shirt.All cuts must have some part of the shirt visiable.
I actually just made a video to help explain the process also
Do anyone have tips for cutting sources like this. Vertus didn't give me a decent cutout...
Here's my result using Vertus:
Found this new online tool for removing backgrounds. Tried it with a few pictures and the results were pretty good. Maybe will help some people.
Is this usefull ?
See the post above yours'
at first glance, this is quite impressive
@mons Oh wow, this is actually great. Admittedly, it's not better than some fine work of some cutters out here, but it's still remarkable. It struggles a bit with dark hair (except dreadlocks as these are always simple, imo) and of course in dark/grainy pics but for the general use of some one-off, decent quality pics it may be truly a gamechanger - whilst taking literally seconds it keeps the details and notices the single hair strands. Thanks for sharing!
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