Have your eraser tool selected, and have your two colors out(black first, white second)
Erase everything you don't want(it will turn white). If you want smoother edges use the blur tool.
Then select your magic wand tool and click the white part(or parts).
Right-click, select inverse, and then right click again and select layer copy.
Now you need to click the windows tab(up top) scroll down, then click layers.
You should see a background layer copy. Delete the original background and your image is now transparent. The way to show this on the internet is to save it as a png, with no interlaced.
thank me if this helped, or give advice on how this could be better.
(Btw, gfx ppl this isn't for you)
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