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I want to be able to re-use an existing image, say, just changing the text on it but keep the same shape/color/etc of everything. Such as take the Paint.net image but make it Chris.net.

Another is how to best morph two images and make it realistic, like the head of a person on another person's body.

Thanks in advance.

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Thanks Buzzkill, that helped a lot. Thought i scanned all of the tuts but guess i missed this one.

As for simply entering new text on an image but keeping everything else the same, a friend told me you need to basically recreate a new image from scratch and try and copy it. Is that true? Or is there a way to take a gif/png/whatever and strip it out in to layers or to make a layer of everything but the text and then just do a layer with a closer impersonation of the original font? Yes, newbie so sorry if these questions are too simp for people.

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Perhaps if you showed us the picture that you want to remove the text from someone could help you.

(It better be appropriate for posting here...)

I'm thinking that the clone/stamp tool is going to be your best friend. ;)

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LOL! Yes, it is for a work presentation actually. But take for instance your sig and I just wanted to remove your text about the dominos and change it to say "Throw me a Frickin' Bone" (yes, bad pun but didn't want to think too long) instead.

Not asking for step by step detail if it's too much but maybe just the techniques or tuts to view.

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