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Try placing it on a layer above the background, then using this tool: :MoveTool:

 

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1. remove the background from the original image (if you haven't already)

2. select "hitman" and copy him (ctrl+c)

3. open the picture you want as the new backgroun and make a new layer ( :AddNewLayer: )

4. paste (ctrl+v) "hitman" on that new layer and move him around until you like how it looks

5. flatten, save, w/e, and you're done

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1. remove the background from the original image (if you haven't already)

2. select "hitman" and copy him (ctrl+c)

3. open the picture you want as the new backgroun and make a new layer ( :AddNewLayer: )

4. paste (ctrl+v) "hitman" on that new layer and move him around until you like how it looks

5. flatten, save, w/e, and you're done

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Thanks, it helped. I gotta another problem when removing the background, piece of the background still not being deleted even when using eraser tool and magic wand. Is there where I can highlight the background that haven't been deleted?

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Thanks, it helped. I gotta another problem when removing the background, piece of the background still not being deleted even when using eraser tool and magic wand. Is there where I can highlight the background that haven't been deleted?

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use the wand to select the region you've already deleted (the spots you missed should bee visible now),switch to lasoo selection, switch selection type to aditive (if you haven't already, you can find it above the tool box), selectwhat you need to delete and delete them.

i recomend using some magnification if you have scraps of background next to the character's outline.

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use the wand to select the region you've already deleted (the spots you missed should bee visible now),switch to lasoo selection, switch selection type to aditive (if you haven't already, you can find it above the tool box), selectwhat you need to delete and delete them.

i recomend using some magnification if you have scraps of background next to the character's outline.

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