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Fixing jagged line after rotating with preserving background?


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It just looks like what you're moving into that location doesn't line up with what's already there. It doesn't mean the app is doing something wrong.

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On 2/18/2022 at 10:30 AM, MJW said:

Two things that might help are to make the edge of the pasted object somewhat jaggy and irregular, instead of being absolutely straight, and to apply BoltBait's Feather plugin to make the edge blend better with the background layer.

More appropriate tool from this plugin seems to be Blur Selection Edge, too bad it only blurs inwards the selection and not both inwards and outwards, the effect could be a lot better.

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10 hours ago, wacher said:

More appropriate tool from this plugin seems to be Blur Selection Edge, too bad it only blurs inwards the selection and not both inwards and outwards, the effect could be a lot better.

 

Plugins cannot write outside of the selection.

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12 hours ago, wacher said:

More appropriate tool from this plugin seems to be Blur Selection Edge, too bad it only blurs inwards the selection and not both inwards and outwards, the effect could be a lot better.

 

Run Blur Selection Edge, press Ctrl+I, and then Ctrl+F.

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Duplicate the layer instead of preserving background, rotate the foreground layer, soften the edge with width 20 hardness 0 ish eraser, then marge them. I think this is the easiest.

If you still have the original image, set it as the background layer then use the eraser.

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7 hours ago, wacher said:

How to do this? I see also that there are 14 different layer blending modes, I don't know which one would be best.

 

Just trace the edge with wide and soft eraser. It blurs the edge.

https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/EraserTool.html

 

You can duplicate / marge layers in Layers Window,  and the normal blending layer just does fine.

https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/LayersWindow.html

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