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Yes, I know. But this snow it's difficult to remove..
How can I remove the snow?
At first, sorry for my bad englisch. I have tried a few cuts with Remove.bg (great side) . I'm not a good image preparer and i use a very very old Photoshop Version .
Here a few Examples
What you think ?
Hi huys, I've made some faces, they are all good by my standards, removed backgroung and resized to 180x180 and made the config file.
However I'm stuck with how to make the icons from the portraits? I've seen they should be 25x18, is there any tutorial? thanks
If you upload them to the request forum, they will be added to the megapack and an icon pack generated in the forthcoming update pack.
If you don't want to do that, you can easily create an icon face by downsizing the portrait face to 18x18, then increase the canvas size by 7 pixels so that it's 25x18
I'll upload them, but I think many of them will be rejected as I tend to let more space below the chin to see a little part of the shirt like this:
I'll put them in the requests then...thank you very much
I think in the 27 there may be a 10-ish that are good by your cutout standards
maybe anyone can reuploud Image Adjustments Action (for fixing colours) by mons - free and other good PS Action?
I've created a video tutorial for remove.bg - anything I should add/improve?
I'm interested in hearing if non-cutters think it demonstrates the steps in an easy manner
What is it you choose in the Actions menu from around 54 seconds into the clip?
I have an action to reduce the canvas size to 250x250 - saves the time of going manually into the respective menu every time
It's included in the image adjustments action file included in the post beneath it and the OP
Downloaded the image adjustments action file. Is it enough just to open that one and it goes straight to PS?.
What is OP short for? ¨
Watching your video and the one @Swedie has done, but I just can´t make it. Is there writting instructions to your video in this "OP"...?
Nice small and free software for image enlarging.It's using AI, so results are much better compared to Paint and Photoshop.
AI Image Enlarger
Photoshop (4x size)
AI Image Enlarger (4x size,High-Grade method)
Trying to make another run at cutting. I finally got a hold of a full version of Photoshop, and this is my first attempt. Obviously not perfect, but would appreciate any feedback as I have some free time at the moment and would love to make some headway into some cuts before the release of FM20 .
That's quite good, considering you've started out with what looks like a relatively hard source image (perhaps you could upload the source so we can compare?) I suggest starting out with simpler haircuts too while you're still learning. Can I ask which cutting technique(s) you used?
There are hardly any hair details, especially at the top, but it's hard to say if that's because of the source image. The side of the neck could do with a bit of clone stamping to give them a less fuzzy look. Finally, care should be taken to avoid the chicken-neck effect and so all cuts should include a little bit of collar. At the same time, the ideal cut only contains 2-3 pixels beneath the chin. Since in this source, the guy looks like he has a longer neck than usual, this would be quite difficult to achieve naturally. This video & this post displays a simple technique of how to cut close to the chin and still display a bit of the collar.
And of course, the cut should be 250x250.
That said, this is all relatively minor stuff which is quite easily sorted out and it's a very solid start indeed Looking forward to seeing more of your work and I'd be more than happy to give you pointers and tips on how to improve your cuts
Of course, should've uploaded before for comparison. I just used the clone stamp after getting rid of most of the background through 'remove.bg'. Then just played a tiny bit with the contrast, that's really about it. Was too scared to go too in depth just in case I lost the little detail I had from the original source.
No worries at all, I did read that about the collar, will be sure to include that from now on. I must of saved over my original because I did have it at 250x250, that's my bad, I've re-attached my attempt and the original source.
Thanks a lot for the feedback and tips! I'll keep on cracking and see where we go.
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