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Why not go in 250x250 skins support dimenssions, basic included in the game she is in format 250x250?
Why not go in 250x250 skins support dimenssions, basic included in the game she is in format 250x250?

Mostly because we already have over 199,000 cuts in 180x180 format and the default skin doesn't even display them as large as that.

Resizing them all automatically is doable, but would take an awful lot of work. The resulting cuts would be a bit unfocused and blurry, too.
I understand a zoom on the 180x180 would give a fuzzy effect
Mostly because we already have over 199,000 cuts in 180x180 format and the default skin doesn't even display them as large as that.

Resizing them all automatically is doable, but would take an awful lot of work. The resulting cuts would be a bit unfocused and blurry, too.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't the default skin always resize the person image to what ever the size of the space reserved for it is? It means that the pics can be displayed in sizes much larger than the 180px if a high level of in-game zoom is in use. I typically use either 175% or 200% zoom. At 200% the player pics on the Attributes screen are displayed at size 280px, and I can confirm that the stretching indeed does make them a tad unfocused.

Here you can see the player pic size at 200% zoom:
https://i.imgur.com/KohnmSpl.png

You are running a finetuned operation with the Cut Out pack, but it is my opinion that considering a larger image size would be beneficial. No need to resize the existing images, but perhaps new cuts could be made in a larger size? It appears that the images included in the game are 250x250px just as Vinceultras42 says, but I would go even bigger than that - maybe 300x300px. Naturally such a jump in size would make finding suitable source images for the cuts somewhat more challenging.
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@ducc and @Vinceultras42, you raise some very valid points - I've created a new thread here to put the discussion in front of the whole community of cutters and requesters, as this is not something that I want to decide by myself

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Hola!!!! dejo este link https://sortitoutsi.net/graphics/request/22361 es un pedido de corte, estoy trabajando en ello, pero me encontré con este detalle, sobre el cabello hay nieve, vi el video que explica como borrar nieve de los cabellos, pero esta persona tiene un cabello algo electrico y abierto, una cabeza complicada, cual es la técnica que puedo usar para borrar la nieve y mantener esos cabellos locos intactos?
adjunto imagen de mi trabajo de corte @mons @Swedie

Gracias...

Hola. Lo siento por el retraso en la respuesta.

Veo a que te refieres. La técnica de remoción de nieve se debe usar principalmente en los casos en que, como en el video tutorial, solo hay una pequeña línea de blanco (o de cualquier otro color) en los bordes del corte. En su corte, la técnica de corte inicial no fue tan precisa como podría haber sido, ya que puedo ver unos pocos pedazos de nieve sobre el cabello.

¿Puedo preguntar qué técnica y programa estás usando para cortar? Creo que es necesario refinar tu tecnica un poco para que, cuando termine el corte, esas motas de nieve se eliminen o casi. Sé que el cabello de la fuente es un poco complicado, pero tendrás que jugar un poco al cortar para asegurarte de que se incluya un poco del fondo en el corte.
Hola @mons para realizar el corte use esta técnica, dejo el Link .https://youtu.be/gF_Uy_27OQE
Si lo deseas podrías chequear la información. Que técnica me recomiendas para estos casos
Gracias
Hola @mons para realizar el corte use esta técnica, dejo el Link .https://youtu.be/gF_Uy_27OQE
Si lo deseas podrías chequear la información. Que técnica me recomiendas para estos casos
Gracias

Yo personalmente uso esta técnica. Me resulta muy fácil producir cortes rápidos y buenos.

También puedes usar la técnica de Swedie de este video.
Yo personalmente uso esta técnica. Me resulta muy fácil producir cortes rápidos y buenos.

También puedes usar la técnica de Swedie de este video.

Gracias @mons aprendí bastante con la técnica de @Swedie ahora voy a intentar dominar vertus, el programa que uso es ps 6
For those working with Photoshop's Refine Edge feature:
The latest version of Photoshop (CC 2018 19.1.1) adds really cool Select Subject option which automatically makes selection of people,heads,and many more familiar objects.Here's how it works.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Y9_OqlQA0E
Hello, does anyone have a tutorial for Remove "Snow" on the Photoshop (CC 2017 or 2018) ?
Apologies if this has been asked before
Im using Fluid Mask 3.3.17 and I have this PNG image that for some reason won't let me use the Delete Brush on that sort of halo around the face
https://i.imgur.com/73vq1Jk.png

So the finished product looks like this no matter what:
https://i.imgur.com/bK0UBef.png

I could use the Clone Stamp on Photoshop to get rid of it on the hair but it's not working on the skin

Any advice on how to deal with it?
Im using Fluid Mask 3.3.17 and I have this PNG image that for some reason won't let me use the Delete Brush on that sort of halo around the face

Vertus Fluid Mask is not for already transparent PNG images.You first need to add the new white layer below the original layer in Photoshop,merge them,and then use Vertus Fluid Mask.

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That did it
https://i.imgur.com/TU4WIBI.png

Thanks @bakizp
Hello! He did my first job. How can I improve?

Si alguien puede ayudarme en español para que los bordes no estén tan acentuados, se lo agradecería mucho.

http://i64.tinypic.com/ouukpi.png

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Hello! He did my first job. How can I improve?

Si alguien puede ayudarme en español para que los bordes no estén tan acentuados, se lo agradecería mucho.

http://i64.tinypic.com/ouukpi.png

Translation (Google translate):
Hello! He did my first job. How can I improve?

If someone can help me in Spanish so that the edges are not so pronounced, I would greatly appreciate it.
http://i64.tinypic.com/ouukpi.png

The edges are a bit rough, but overall it's good enough to upload as long as it's missing.

Which technique and program do you use?

Spanish (Google Translate):
Los bordes son un poco rudos, pero en general es lo suficientemente bueno para cargar todo el tiempo que falta.

¿Qué técnica y programa usas?


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https://i.imgur.com/474bbhq.jpg
Can someone tell me what is the best way to remove all this snow from this face? (The snow is seen on a dark background)

Thank you very much.

http://i65.tinypic.com/1198do7.png

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Help please. What do you guys set the crop resolution to?
http://imageshack.us/a/img42/1954/imxegvozutoyd.gif
Can someone tell me what is the best way to remove all this snow from this face? (The snow is seen on a dark background)

Thank you very much.

http://i65.tinypic.com/1198do7.png



Lock your pixels and use the clone stamp. Theres a video on how to do it on the first page

https://s14.postimg.cc/fbr9bkc41/1198do7.png
Fixed
http://imageshack.us/a/img42/1954/imxegvozutoyd.gif
@diogoamaral @lele298 @marrtac @JasonLFC10 @Cizzu @mons @Baja @Mustang13297 @geordie1981 @rekooner2 @leftfoot @cksrl1000 @Barry Hulshoff @arryst @Cut out 4 this @Tatavo @brian-q @mvngmnd

This technique has been posted before in this thread, but I see a lot of people not using it. You can see the significance of this technique in the "before and after" comparison below.

You know how often we stumble upon hi-res sources,but lighting in the photo studio ruins jaw lines or (and) cheek bones.Well,it looks ugly to me after cut is done,especially when viewed on the dark background.
Here is the fix:
Basically it's just like removing snow from hair.

- Lock transparent pixels.
- Select the Clone Stamp Tool in Darken mode with 33% opacity.
- While holding the ALT key click on the nearest non-shiny skin colour.
- Release the ALT key and make rapid left clicks while covering the problem parts until you get satisfying results.

"Before and after" example:
https://image.ibb.co/cXtJwo/67207570.pnghttps://image.ibb.co/iZ092T/67207570_fix.png
https://i.imgur.com/474bbhq.jpg
Great post @krissmed, into the OP that goes
Great post @krissmed, into the OP that goes

All the credit goes to @bakizp, I just reposted it
https://i.imgur.com/474bbhq.jpg
The hue tip from the linked post just helped a pack im going to add soon!

https://i.imgur.com/h4OgjLq.pnghttps://i.imgur.com/XEKayp9.png
@diogoamaral @lele298 @marrtac @JasonLFC10 @Cizzu @mons @Baja @Mustang13297 @geordie1981 @rekooner2 @leftfoot @cksrl1000 @Barry Hulshoff @arryst @Cut out 4 this @Tatavo @brian-q @mvngmnd

This technique has been posted before in this thread, but I see a lot of people not using it. You can see the significance of this technique in the "before and after" comparison below.

You know how often we stumble upon hi-res sources,but lighting in the photo studio ruins jaw lines or (and) cheek bones.Well,it looks ugly to me after cut is done,especially when viewed on the dark background.
Here is the fix:
Basically it's just like removing snow from hair.

- Lock transparent pixels.
- Select the Clone Stamp Tool in Darken mode with 33% opacity.
- While holding the ALT key click on the nearest non-shiny skin colour.
- Release the ALT key and make rapid left clicks while covering the problem parts until you get satisfying results.

"Before and after" example:
https://image.ibb.co/cXtJwo/67207570.pnghttps://image.ibb.co/iZ092T/67207570_fix.png


@krissmed thanks for the tag, I'm currently using GIMP as PS is too expensive for me to justify the purchase when realistically cutting is all I would use it for. GIMP is okay but a lot of the cutting I do is much more free hand annoyingly.

Has anyone got any ideas of a way to do this process in GIMP?
@krissmed thanks for the tag, I'm currently using GIMP as PS is too expensive for me to justify the purchase when realistically cutting is all I would use it for. GIMP is okay but a lot of the cutting I do is much more free hand annoyingly.

Has anyone got any ideas of a way to do this process in GIMP?

Sorry, I'm not familiar with gimp.

Although, you can get PS CS2 for free, which is what I got. It has a lot of the same function as the newer version. And don't worry, it's completely legal. I think there's a guide in the OP.
https://i.imgur.com/474bbhq.jpg
Sorry, I'm not familiar with gimp.

Although, you can get PS CS2 for free, which is what I got. It has a lot of the same function as the newer version. And don't worry, it's completely legal. I think there's a guide in the OP.


Cheers for the heads up, will check that out!
@diogoamaral @lele298 @marrtac @JasonLFC10 @Cizzu @mons @Baja @Mustang13297 @geordie1981 @rekooner2 @leftfoot @cksrl1000 @Barry Hulshoff @arryst @Cut out 4 this @Tatavo @brian-q @mvngmnd

This technique has been posted before in this thread, but I see a lot of people not using it. You can see the significance of this technique in the "before and after" comparison below.

You know how often we stumble upon hi-res sources,but lighting in the photo studio ruins jaw lines or (and) cheek bones.Well,it looks ugly to me after cut is done,especially when viewed on the dark background.
Here is the fix:
Basically it's just like removing snow from hair.

- Lock transparent pixels.
- Select the Clone Stamp Tool in Darken mode with 33% opacity.
- While holding the ALT key click on the nearest non-shiny skin colour.
- Release the ALT key and make rapid left clicks while covering the problem parts until you get satisfying results.

"Before and after" example:
https://image.ibb.co/cXtJwo/67207570.pnghttps://image.ibb.co/iZ092T/67207570_fix.png

No thanks, looks unrealistic and plastic to me.
No thanks, looks unrealistic and plastic to me.

Really? If you see the second cut without having seen the first one, I doubt you'd notice that work was done on it
Really? If you see the second cut without having seen the first one, I doubt you'd notice that work was done on it
I prefer the real thing. People alter images a lot here and it's not fot the better of it. But thats my opinion.
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