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Need your images clipping?


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Jordan

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scotty said:
I know this kind of post can be/is a bit spamy but clipping images IS a pain in the arse.
This is not a single spam, dobule spam. So I have requested the Tamjid , please never share a link.
 

scotty

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....but I hate clipping images in PS. :(

It's the way the path joins up when you click too fast that pisses me off and I have to start over.

PFFF!
 

Levi

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scotty said:
....but I hate clipping images in PS. :(

It's the way the path joins up when you click too fast that pisses me off and I have to start over.
You're not the only one.... I'm so glad that I can render my 3D images in a way that allows me to easily 'mask' sections in PS :)

Having to clip images from photo's is a right pita.
 

Jordan

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scotty said:
....but I hate clipping images in PS. :(

It's the way the path joins up when you click too fast that pisses me off and I have to start over.

PFFF!
I use the history panel when clipping images so you can jump back to the point if you mess up.
 
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