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Motion Blur problem
Zage at 1:04PM, Feb. 15, 2007
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For some reason the motion blue on photoshop is messing up.



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Zage at 1:06PM, Feb. 15, 2007
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Also is there a transparaent tool in photoshop like in paint?

(The transparant tool is 7 down from the text tool in the picture above)
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subcultured at 3:38PM, Feb. 15, 2007
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it doesn't convert because ps uses transparent layers. paint doesn't
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Zage at 3:51PM, Feb. 15, 2007
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What should i do?
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subcultured at 4:38PM, Feb. 15, 2007
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work in photoshop
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Zage at 10:44AM, Feb. 16, 2007
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Lets say my background is black and i have a sprite on a black background. When i use the select box to select a sprite. When i drag the box over the sprite the background is going to be selected with it. How do i get rid of it.
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Zage at 10:51AM, Feb. 16, 2007
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acadia at 11:16AM, Feb. 16, 2007
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You're only working on one layer. If you made the blue balls on a separate layer from the black bg, then it wouldnt select the black bg as well. The best advice i can give would be to select as closely as you can. Try to get JUST the ball in the selection, nothing outside of it.

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subcultured at 7:04PM, Feb. 16, 2007
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you can aslways use the circle lasso to select the ball and move it
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rengori at 7:53PM, Feb. 16, 2007
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When you put the comic in photoshop, copy everything below the comic and put it on a new layer, and then delete the black space with the tool. Make sure tolerance is 0, opacity is 100, and all the boxes are unchecked.
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Aeon at 7:16AM, Feb. 17, 2007
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You can also use the magic wand tool to select the background around the balls, then go to the Select dropdown and click Inverse. That will Invert the selection so only the ball is selected.

(At least, I'm fairly sure photoshop has the inverse tool)
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rengori at 2:03PM, Feb. 17, 2007
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It does, and for reference it looks like this.
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