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Pending by Kotyora on 03 May 2021 18:03:43
Completed by mons on 03 May 2021 18:28:59
mons
15 years ago
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Great work @Kotyora, it's fantastic to see your cutting technique developing so well 👏

 

A couple of things. When the source is a bit darker, I suggest brightening the eventual cut so that the details come out a bit more. Not too much, but just a bit 🙂

 

Also, when there are fine hair details, there is a chance for a bit of snow to creep in. remove.bg is a fantastic tool, and it would have taken ages to manually cut this source before it to such a degree of accuracy, but there are some instances like here, where a bit of snow is visible when viewed on a dark background:

 

 

It's not much, but it's quite visible in-game and is easily corrected by following the technique shown in this video:

 

 

Don't get me wrong, it's a good cut and this is not a criticism at all. But as you're starting out, I like to offer these tips so that your cutting can keep improving. It's the difference between a good cut and an excellent one, and I'm sure you want to be doing cuts which are as good as possible 🙂

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Kotyora
6 years ago
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@mons , First of all, thank you for your nice feedback.

I am aware of the snows in the photos, but you are using adobe ps in the video, unfortunately I do not have this program. I would like to learn if there is a solution to this problem on https://www.remove.bg/ or https://www.photopea.com/.

mons
15 years ago
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By Kotyora 06 May 2021 - 19:54 PM UTC 

@mons , First of all, thank you for your nice feedback.

I am aware of the snows in the photos, but you are using adobe ps in the video, unfortunately I do not have this program. I would like to learn if there is a solution to this problem on https://www.remove.bg/ or https://www.photopea.com/.

 

The solution on photopea is exactly the same, but it's just a bit more difficult to actually see the snow on it because the transparency background colour can't be changed. If you can find a way to see your cuts on a dark background somehow (edit > fill, and use a dark colour, maybe?), you would be able to spot this kind of snow, and then resolve it 🙂

Baja
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By Kotyora 06 May 2021 - 19:54 PM UTC 

 

Mate,it seems to me like your source is a lot older than previous,or I'm wrong?

Nice improvement on your work! 👍

 

Kotyora
6 years ago
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By Baja 06 May 2021 - 21:56 PM UTC 

Mate,it seems to me like your source is a lot older than previous,or I'm wrong?

Nice improvement on your work! 👍

 

I'm not sure my source is older but I'm sure it's cleaner than previous 👍🏻

77david54
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By Kotyora 06 May 2021 - 19:54 PM UTC 

@mons , First of all, thank you for your nice feedback.

I am aware of the snows in the photos, but you are using adobe ps in the video, unfortunately I do not have this program. I would like to learn if there is a solution to this problem on https://www.remove.bg/ or https://www.photopea.com/.

@Kotyora  , @mons  , at the bottom right , darken mode and lock “ transparency ”.

To have a black background in photopea.com , up , go on “ layer ” then “ layer style ” then “ stroke ” then put black color and size 200 pixels. Uncheck “ stroke ” when you have finished to remove the snow.

 

mons
15 years ago
1 hour ago
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By 77david54 07 May 2021 - 00:31 AM UTC 

@Kotyora  , @mons  , at the bottom right , darken mode and lock “ transparency ”.

To have a black background in photopea.com , up , go on “ layer ” then “ layer style ” then “ stroke ” then put black color and size 200 pixels. Uncheck “ stroke ” when you have finished to remove the snow.

 

Fantastic shortcut 👏