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d3v

cannot cut this shape out

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guys I've been trying to lasoo this spanner out of it's image but I can never ever get it just right.

spanner.jpg

Please could someone try to cut it out so it has nice clean edges and send me the PSD file.

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Assuming you are using Photoshop, try the "Quick Selection tool" as oppose to the lasso.

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dont use magnetic lasso if u are, use normal lasso

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Or better still, use extract filter in photoshop after decreasing the shadow of object!

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here is a quick one hope it works for you

Good tracing nfiniteFX!

I just wanted to add something about tracing methods. So that dv3 knows what to do next time. You know the whole, 'catch a man a fish and feed him for a day, teach him how to fish and feed him for a lifetime.'

I like using the magnetic tool because it is very accurate. But I would suggest using the pen tool for something like this. The magnetic tool traces around what it thinks is the outline, if the shape is a different shade of the background, or blends into the background it goes all over the place.

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