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I know the below images aren't anything new for folks who have visited and are familiar with my gallery, but for the sake of those individuals who haven't and are visiting this thread I thought I'd illustrate (and hopefully inspire others into) taking the basic technique of this tutorial to the next level:

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  • Pixey changed the title to Popping out of a picture.

Duh! Try as I might, I can't get the Invert menu option to light up. I have got the black box on a new layer. Please tell me how to select the black box and make it active

 

Brian

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2 minutes ago, BDP said:

Please tell me how to select the black box and make it active

 

I'm guessing you are trying to 'select' the black box before going to the 2nd layer?

 

1.  With the magic wand, click on the black - it will become active (ants crawling).

2. Then go to your 2nd layer, Invert selection (Ctrl = I) and then hit delete on your computer.  Then deselect the black box.  Your 2nd image should now be the size of the

    black box.

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Gotcha! Thanks, Pixey. I am really trying to get to grips with PDN - sometimes the sequences don't always make sense to me

 

Another one is the Clone Stamp. I've read the Help File, followed it correctly (I thought), but it still evades me. Keep trying...

 

Brian

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2 minutes ago, BDP said:

Another one is the Clone Stamp.

 

I can get it to work, but I can never get it to copy the bit I'm trying to clone - it's always off by miles 🤪 🤣

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How I made Jennifer & Halle in Paint.net

My Gallery | My Deviant Art

"Rescuing one animal may not change the world, but for that animal their world is changed forever!" anon.

 
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