(Solved) - Extracting Logo(37 posts)
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If I remember correctly .PNG files support the color in the upper left pixel being the base for the transparent layer. But it's been a long time and I may be remembering it incorrectly. Try this Google search, it shows many hits for making transparent backgrounds in Paint.Net.
Good luck. I hope this helps.
Yes, but not the way I desired it to be done. I eventually filled in the interior with the colour the same as the target page using Magic Wand (to select areas) and Colour Picker (to copy target colour) in Paint.net and a paint brush to colour selected areas and then after cut a square around it and then pasted it to the page. The technique I really want to know is to be able to move just the black parts like it was on a transparency and the gaps would automatically fill with the page colour I moved it to.
well my friend - i have to tell you that you already did it yourself.
the only thing you failed to do was save the image as PNG. you saved it as jpeg which does not retain transparency, whereas PNG does.
so do whatever you did to remove whatever colors there were / backgrounds / etc.,etc.. just as you did before so that you see all those little gray and white boxes and when done - go to file > save as > select PNG.
The way I really wanted to do it as you've told me now allows me to do this with a graduated background that the other way didn't.
More interesting than the one above isn't it?
Thanks again Vistual.
How would I go about making the yellow 3D like it was painted in a smooth thick paint on Glass so it had a sort rounded profile? Might be called Bas Relief.
That's my favourite discussion going on, I dropped in a bit late, still in time for some help :)
So, we need Yellow 3D? Kinda' like THIS?
The quality of this may not be very good, just copied your image, and applied some bevel+contour to the yellow part
I used photoshop, but I hope you'll be able to do this in GIMP, or even in Paint.net
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