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Yeah same here T.T, it sounds very confusing o-o
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Yeah same here T.T, it sounds very confusing o-o


OOO! I noez how to mask stuffz, there are lots of ways you can do it, but i only noe two o.o
Posted 12/28/08

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Midnight_Starz wrote:

Yeah same here T.T, it sounds very confusing o-o


OOO! I noez how to
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Midnight_Starz wrote:

Yeah same here T.T, it sounds very confusing o-o


OOO! I noez how to mask stuffz, there are lots of ways you can do it, but i only noe two o.o

Teach me!! Lazy Chanda won't tell me ._.;
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Posted 12/28/08

Midnight_Starz wrote:


2_2_kewl_ wrote:


Midnight_Starz wrote:

Yeah same here T.T, it sounds very confusing o-o


OOO! I noez how to mask stuffz, there are lots of ways you can do it, but i only noe two o.o

Teach me!! Lazy Chanda won't tell me ._.;


lolz... yesh she is >.>
u use photoshop right?
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2_2_kewl_ wrote:


Midnight_Starz wrote:


2_2_kewl_ wrote:


Midnight_Starz wrote:

Yeah same here T.T, it sounds very confusing o-o


OOO! I noez how to mask stuffz, there are lots of ways you can do it, but i only noe two o.o

Teach me!! Lazy Chanda won't tell me ._.;


lolz... yesh she is >.>
u use photoshop right?

Lolz, yup. ^^
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okis then!
masking is the art of isolating a part of an image O: ... according to me at least
one way to do that is by going down to your layers panel. you see these buttons, one of them has an "fx" thing, another is two chain links, and so on.

click on the rectangular one w/the circle in it. that's called a layer mask. or you can go to layers>>layer mask>>reveal all. i;m not quite sure what the vector one does, but it's slightly different. once you've done that, in your layers panel, you will see what you normaly see for that layer, then next to it, the double chain link, and a white rectangular thing. use whatever you want to select parts of the picture, and color it black.
the key is white to make the parts visible, black to make it invisible. when you mask something, it's easier than erasing, and you get cleaner selections from it.

the second way is using quick mask. under your tool bar, you have a button that looks just like the one under your layers panel. click it, and in your history panel, you should see "Enter Quick Mask" or sth like that. if your haven't already selected anything, then take the paint bucket and fill it in with black. the whole picture will turn a redish hue.
the key is redish hue for the parts not selected, regular colors for parts that are selected.
in other wors, brush to deselect, eraser to select.
to exit quick mask, press that same button again.

the advantages to masking are clean cut outs of pictures, and in my oppinion, much better than hand selecting evrything w/the lasso

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okis then!
masking is the art of isolating a part of an image O: ... according to me at least
one way to do that is by going down to your layers panel. you see these buttons, one of them has an "fx" thing, another is two chain links, and so on.

click on the rectangular one w/the circle in it. that's called a layer mask. or you can go to layers>>layer mask>>reveal all. i;m not quite sure what the vector one does, but it's slightly different. once you've done that, in your layers panel, you will see what you normaly see for that layer, then next to it, the double chain link, and a white rectangular thing. use whatever you want to select parts of the picture, and color it black.
the key is white to make the parts visible, black to make it invisible. when you mask something, it's easier than erasing, and you get cleaner selections from it.

the second way is using quick mask. under your tool bar, you have a button that looks just like the one under your layers panel. click it, and in your history panel, you should see "Enter Quick Mask" or sth like that. if your haven't already selected anything, then take the paint bucket and fill it in with black. the whole picture will turn a redish hue.
the key is redish hue for the parts not selected, regular colors for parts that are selected.
in other wors, brush to deselect, eraser to select.
to exit quick mask, press that same button again.

the advantages to masking are clean cut outs of pictures, and in my oppinion, much better than hand selecting evrything w/the lasso


XD, which way is easier? :D
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Posted 12/28/08

Midnight_Starz wrote:


2_2_kewl_ wrote:


okis then!
masking is the art of isolating a part of an image O: ... according to me at least
one way to do that is by going down to your layers panel. you see these buttons, one of them has an "fx" thing, another is two chain links, and so on.

click on the rectangular one w/the circle in it. that's called a layer mask. or you can go to layers>>layer mask>>reveal all. i;m not quite sure what the vector one does, but it's slightly different. once you've done that, in your layers panel, you will see what you normaly see for that layer, then next to it, the double chain link, and a white rectangular thing. use whatever you want to select parts of the picture, and color it black.
the key is white to make the parts visible, black to make it invisible. when you mask something, it's easier than erasing, and you get cleaner selections from it.

the second way is using quick mask. under your tool bar, you have a button that looks just like the one under your layers panel. click it, and in your history panel, you should see "Enter Quick Mask" or sth like that. if your haven't already selected anything, then take the paint bucket and fill it in with black. the whole picture will turn a redish hue.
the key is redish hue for the parts not selected, regular colors for parts that are selected.
in other wors, brush to deselect, eraser to select.
to exit quick mask, press that same button again.

the advantages to masking are clean cut outs of pictures, and in my oppinion, much better than hand selecting evrything w/the lasso


XD, which way is easier? :D


they're both just about the same... usually, i do quick mask cos when i select stuff, and the selection is crappy, all i have to do is go into quick mask and edit it a little :D

oh yeah, and btw, for the layer masking, when you want to mask stuff out, make sure you're on the mask layer sometimes i click the wrong one and color the picture black TT^TT
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Posted 12/28/08

2_2_kewl_ wrote:


Midnight_Starz wrote:


2_2_kewl_ wrote:


okis then!
masking is the art of isolating a part of an image O: ... according to me at least
one way to do that is by going down to your layers panel. you see these buttons, one of them has an "fx" thing, another is two chain links, and so on.

click on the rectangular one w/the circle in it. that's called a layer mask. or you can go to layers>>layer mask>>reveal all. i;m not quite sure what the vector one does, but it's slightly different. once you've done that, in your layers panel, you will see what you normaly see for that layer, then next to it, the double chain link, and a white rectangular thing. use whatever you want to select parts of the picture, and color it black.
the key is white to make the parts visible, black to make it invisible. when you mask something, it's easier than erasing, and you get cleaner selections from it.

the second way is using quick mask. under your tool bar, you have a button that looks just like the one under your layers panel. click it, and in your history panel, you should see "Enter Quick Mask" or sth like that. if your haven't already selected anything, then take the paint bucket and fill it in with black. the whole picture will turn a redish hue.
the key is redish hue for the parts not selected, regular colors for parts that are selected.
in other wors, brush to deselect, eraser to select.
to exit quick mask, press that same button again.

the advantages to masking are clean cut outs of pictures, and in my oppinion, much better than hand selecting evrything w/the lasso


XD, which way is easier? :D


they're both just about the same... usually, i do quick mask cos when i select stuff, and the selection is crappy, all i have to do is go into quick mask and edit it a little :D

oh yeah, and btw, for the layer masking, when you want to mask stuff out, make sure you're on the mask layer sometimes i click the wrong one and color the picture black TT^TT

Oh, okay, now I got it. I just did that and I was like OMG, what happened? @.@
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Midnight_Starz wrote:


2_2_kewl_ wrote:


Midnight_Starz wrote:


2_2_kewl_ wrote:


okis then!
masking is the art of isolating a part of an image O: ... according to me at least
one way to do that is by going down to your layers panel. you see these buttons, one of them has an "fx" thing, another is two chain links, and so on.

click on the rectangular one w/the circle in it. that's called a layer mask. or you can go to layers>>layer mask>>reveal all. i;m not quite sure what the vector one does, but it's slightly different. once you've done that, in your layers panel, you will see what you normaly see for that layer, then next to it, the double chain link, and a white rectangular thing. use whatever you want to select parts of the picture, and color it black.
the key is white to make the parts visible, black to make it invisible. when you mask something, it's easier than erasing, and you get cleaner selections from it.

the second way is using quick mask. under your tool bar, you have a button that looks just like the one under your layers panel. click it, and in your history panel, you should see "Enter Quick Mask" or sth like that. if your haven't already selected anything, then take the paint bucket and fill it in with black. the whole picture will turn a redish hue.
the key is redish hue for the parts not selected, regular colors for parts that are selected.
in other wors, brush to deselect, eraser to select.
to exit quick mask, press that same button again.

the advantages to masking are clean cut outs of pictures, and in my oppinion, much better than hand selecting evrything w/the lasso


XD, which way is easier? :D


they're both just about the same... usually, i do quick mask cos when i select stuff, and the selection is crappy, all i have to do is go into quick mask and edit it a little :D

oh yeah, and btw, for the layer masking, when you want to mask stuff out, make sure you're on the mask layer sometimes i click the wrong one and color the picture black TT^TT

Oh, okay, now I got it. I just did that and I was like OMG, what happened? @.@


lolz, yeah.. very sad TT--TT the last time i did that... i spent like half an hour trying to find out why. and then the second time, i forgot i had a duplicate underneath D:
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2_2_kewl_ wrote:


Midnight_Starz wrote:


2_2_kewl_ wrote:


Midnight_Starz wrote:


2_2_kewl_ wrote:


okis then!
masking is the art of isolating a part of an image O: ... according to me at least
one way to do that is by going down to your layers panel. you see these buttons, one of them has an "fx" thing, another is two chain links, and so on.

click on the rectangular one w/the circle in it. that's called a layer mask. or you can go to layers>>layer mask>>reveal all. i;m not quite sure what the vector one does, but it's slightly different. once you've done that, in your layers panel, you will see what you normaly see for that layer, then next to it, the double chain link, and a white rectangular thing. use whatever you want to select parts of the picture, and color it black.
the key is white to make the parts visible, black to make it invisible. when you mask something, it's easier than erasing, and you get cleaner selections from it.

the second way is using quick mask. under your tool bar, you have a button that looks just like the one under your layers panel. click it, and in your history panel, you should see "Enter Quick Mask" or sth like that. if your haven't already selected anything, then take the paint bucket and fill it in with black. the whole picture will turn a redish hue.
the key is redish hue for the parts not selected, regular colors for parts that are selected.
in other wors, brush to deselect, eraser to select.
to exit quick mask, press that same button again.

the advantages to masking are clean cut outs of pictures, and in my oppinion, much better than hand selecting evrything w/the lasso


XD, which way is easier? :D


they're both just about the same... usually, i do quick mask cos when i select stuff, and the selection is crappy, all i have to do is go into quick mask and edit it a little :D

oh yeah, and btw, for the layer masking, when you want to mask stuff out, make sure you're on the mask layer sometimes i click the wrong one and color the picture black TT^TT

Oh, okay, now I got it. I just did that and I was like OMG, what happened? @.@


lolz, yeah.. very sad TT--TT the last time i did that... i spent like half an hour trying to find out why. and then the second time, i forgot i had a duplicate underneath D:

Wow..long time o-o
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