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How to make Backgrounds transparent in Photoshop by Niban-Destikim How to make Backgrounds transparent in Photoshop by Niban-Destikim
Well, hope this tutorial helps people who still don't know how to do it, and of course, first timers in Photoshop :D
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Sachi-Tan Sep 16, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for uploading this, it helped me so much :D
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Magic Wand Tool. The one thing i really miss while i'm having to toil with the pain in the plot that is GIMP.
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Kartewnboi Oct 18, 2012  Student Digital Artist
But...but I use paint...
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Jonas-Lion Mar 25, 2013  Student Artist
So what i can do this [link] with paint?
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Niban-Destikim Oct 19, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I added a new rule in the journal
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JustAnotherFan4 Oct 17, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
BLAOW! PSing like a pro!
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I hate the magic wand tool!! I usually click "color range" under the select tab and then click on the white area and remove it with the fuzziness slider. Waaay more control over what you're doing than magic wand :) the only time it becomes hard to use is when you're working on a low quality image such as a JPEG on which a lot of the pureness of the colour has been lost, making it difficult to select properly without getting the character. Magic wand struggles then too though.
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Tearahk Oct 15, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This will help a lot, thanks :D
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Hot damn you look swag
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mattwo Oct 15, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
In gimp: Add Alpha channel, make background a color not currently used, select by color, delete.

This is commonly referred to as "chroma-keying" "green-screening" and "blue-screening", the later two are actually invaild as it doesn't need to be green or blue, any color works.

Add that to description.
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