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Title says all.

I tried, but if you notice there still are bits on the right that I haven't deleted, only because I don't know how to see them.. (they are grey, somewhat transparent, which made it hard to find.. I don't know how to make it easier D: )
You can also notice the right side looks a bit "wet", not sure how to describe it.


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I used the first one you posted for this, so.... if you need better I can redo it with the original


Edit: Yeah probably needs redoing.
 

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looks pretty good, although the nose is a bit cutoff..

if you could find a way to 're-build' the nose, then that would be great

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i'mma hit the hay, be back at 11ish.
 

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Why do I get the feeling that in the original picture, beneath those shoulders, there's an anthropomorphic fur covered body with a wang hanging out?

Sorry, stumbled on too much creepy furry stuff on the web.
 

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Originally Posted by tNok85
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Why do I get the feeling that in the original picture, beneath those shoulders, there's an anthropomorphic fur covered body with a wang hanging out?

Sorry, stumbled on too much creepy furry stuff on the web.

no he's holding a hat there
 

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no he's holding a hat there


LMAO oh dear

@garionberg:
Nice PS, by the way! I haven't yet figured out how to remove backgrounds from images yet. Mine always come out like the first two.

What tool did you use?
 

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Most of the time (including with this image) I start out with the pen tool, and a good amount of zoom.

If an area needs retouching, I go back in with the pen tool if it needs a hard edge, or a low opacity eraser if it needs a soft edge.

If the image I need to cut out has enough contrast to separate it from the background, the magnetic lasso tool can save a ton of time, as using the pen tool, while accurate, can take a good amount of time to get just right.

If the background is a solid color that isn't present in the piece I'd like, I'll use the Select - Color Range with a low/medium fuzziness. This can require some cleanup.

Depends a lot on the image, I guess
 
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