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Hi can some one help,if my question sounds stupid please forgive,i am new to Paint Net and before i download free version could you tell me if it is possible to superimpose a head of one image and put on to a body of another image and if the answer is yes how easy is it,as i am a complete novice term silver suffer applies if you have answers i would be very grateful.

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Hi can some one help,if my question sounds stupid please forgive,i am new to Paint Net and before i download free version could you tell me if it is possible to superimpose a head of one image and put on to a body of another image and if the answer is yes how easy is it,as i am a complete novice term silver suffer applies if you have answers i would be very grateful.

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Hi can some one help,if my question sounds stupid please forgive,i am new to Paint Net and before i download free version could you tell me if it is possible to superimpose a head of one image and put on to a body of another image and if the answer is yes how easy is it,as i am a complete novice term silver suffer applies if you have answers i would be very grateful.

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Hi can some one help,if my question sounds stupid please forgive,i am new to Paint Net and before i download free version could you tell me if it is possible to superimpose a head of one image and put on to a body of another image and if the answer is yes how easy is it,as i am a complete novice term silver suffer applies if you have answers i would be very grateful.

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Hi algeyremembered, welcome to the forum.

You need to learn two techniques to accomplish what you want.

1. You need to find a way to cut out the head-image. Go here: http://www.getpaint.net/search.html and type in the term "cutting out images" [edit] the "easy way (version 2)" has had the pictures removed, so is less useful than the next link offered. [/edit]

2. Superimposing the images (layers). Try reading through this recent thread: viewtopic.php?f=12&t=30563&start=0

Good luck!

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Hi algeyremembered, welcome to the forum.

You need to learn two techniques to accomplish what you want.

1. You need to find a way to cut out the head-image. Go here: http://www.getpaint.net/search.html and type in the term "cutting out images" [edit] the "easy way (version 2)" has had the pictures removed, so is less useful than the next link offered. [/edit]

2. Superimposing the images (layers). Try reading through this recent thread: viewtopic.php?f=12&t=30563&start=0

Good luck!

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Hi algeyremembered, welcome to the forum.

You need to learn two techniques to accomplish what you want.

1. You need to find a way to cut out the head-image. Go here: http://www.getpaint.net/search.html and type in the term "cutting out images" [edit] the "easy way (version 2)" has had the pictures removed, so is less useful than the next link offered. [/edit]

2. Superimposing the images (layers). Try reading through this recent thread: viewtopic.php?f=12&t=30563&start=0

Good luck!

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Hi algeyremembered, welcome to the forum.

You need to learn two techniques to accomplish what you want.

1. You need to find a way to cut out the head-image. Go here: http://www.getpaint.net/search.html and type in the term "cutting out images" [edit] the "easy way (version 2)" has had the pictures removed, so is less useful than the next link offered. [/edit]

2. Superimposing the images (layers). Try reading through this recent thread: viewtopic.php?f=12&t=30563&start=0

Good luck!

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Incidentally, there is only one type of Paint.NET download, and that is free. You're post seems to indicate otherwise, so I just want to clear that up.

...and before i download free version could you tell me if...
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Incidentally, there is only one type of Paint.NET download, and that is free. You're post seems to indicate otherwise, so I just want to clear that up.

...and before i download free version could you tell me if...
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Incidentally, there is only one type of Paint.NET download, and that is free. You're post seems to indicate otherwise, so I just want to clear that up.

...and before i download free version could you tell me if...
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Incidentally, there is only one type of Paint.NET download, and that is free. You're post seems to indicate otherwise, so I just want to clear that up.

...and before i download free version could you tell me if...
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