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yeah but using the line tool and deleting the line id be losing the pixels that make up the line say if line is 1 or 2 pixels thick that would make the finish product that much shorter or higher and if cutting into say 4 or 5 pieces every line i made across to disect it id be losing pixels so if it started at say 40 pixels wide putting a line and deleting it it would end up being like 38 or 39 pixels wide afterward i guess its possible i seen where someone said make it a whole piece then turn it into pieces but they were using photoshop

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yeah but useing the line tool and deleteing the line id be losing the pixels that make up the line say if line is 1 pixel thick deleting it to separate would make it a whole row that the pixels would be missing making the whole piece shorter than when i started

Don't use the line tool.Use the selection tool then Move selected pixels

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Select region, CTRL + C, add new layer :AddNewLayer: , CTRL + V.

Go back to original layer, CTRL + I (inverts selection) CTRL + C, add new layer :AddNewLayer: , CTRL + V.

Toggle original layer's visibility = off (not visible).

Repeat this process to progressively disassemble the image into it's component parts.

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you could also use "canvas size" to increase overall denminsions without increasing the size of the picture-Image>Canvas size use the rectangle select tool to choose a square of the image and then the move selected pixel tool to seperate it from the rest of the pic

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