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    Basic Pop-Out Tutorial; GIMP

    This is not my tutorial, yet it is my property.
    This was posted by a user on my website a while back.

    Quote Originally Posted by l33tpwnzer,Jun 25 2008, 11:04 PM
    first make new image 400x150
    Brush it however u want ur bg
    I Didnt Brush Its Just An Example
    when u got ur bg go to image canvas size and use the following settings


    then u should have somethin like this

    after that make a new layer
    paste your render on it should pop out like so


    then ctrl m and press merge
    then on layer tab right click your 1 layer and alpha to section then right click the image then go to edit copy then right click again and paste as new image

    And U get This


    -Hope This Helps

    Ps.The Sig Should Come Out Like THis once its saved and uploaded

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    Nice... I'll make one for Paint Shop Pro later. =)

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    I'm sure I could have made a WAY better tut than this, but this describes the basics.

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    Thanks alot. This is really helpful

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jo33333 View Post
    I'm sure I could have made a WAY better tut than this, but this describes the basics.
    Yeah, as long as it's simple enuf for a beginner to use it. You did good job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruel.RJizZle View Post
    Yeah, as long as it's simple enuf for a beginner to use it. You did good job.
    Didn't write it
    A user on my webby did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jo33333 View Post
    Didn't write it
    A user on my webby did.
    Either way, it wouldn't be on this forum if you didn't post it. :P

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    Nvm, got it,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krazie View Post
    I dont get this part:
    then ctrl m and press merge
    then on layer tab right click your 1 layer and alpha to section then right click the image then go to edit copy then right click again and paste as new image

    Hel pls?
    Translation:
    Go to your layer tab, right click your layer and select;
    "Alpha to Selection"

    Then, right click the image and select copy, and paste as a new image.

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    how do u do this in photoshop :>!
    I am the God.

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    Well I got a question, when I save it, it gets all white 'n stuff:
    Last edited by Super Martin; 10-11-2008 at 04:12 AM.

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    think you're supposed to save it as a .png file for transparency
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