brake Posted April 3, 2021 Share Posted April 3, 2021 Hello, I've been trying to learn and better myself with some of the Paint.net's features, one of which is background/object removal. I found an image that is relatively easy to clean (though not the easiest). However, after cleaning the background I was left with the problem of the grass straws covering the boots and the pants of the person (as you can see from the image below). I did use the Clone Stamp tool, to remove the grass straws but it became a mess - it may not be as visible at first glance (or it is for the experienced) but the boots kind of lost their different color tones, became darker/brighter in some areas, as well as looking as they have some sorts of spots or I don't know how to call them. 1. I used the magic wand and the eraser tools to remove and clean up the background. Any better way to do that for this particular image? 2. Is there an absolute best way to clear the boots and preserve their color shades, as best as possible? Even if I have to use multiple tools and/or effects. 3. Another thing is the embroidery on the left leg - any way I can preserve that, when removing the straws? I am just interested in learning to give the image the best possible quality, when removing background/object. Providing the original image, as well as edited one. Your help would be greatly appreciated. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
Join the conversation
You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.