#1
Alright so i copied and pasted an image in Paint, and then i spent like 25 minutes tracing that image with the pencil tool. What i want to do is remove the original picture i copied onto paint without removing the pencil tool drawing that i did over the picture.

Does anybody know of a way i can do that? Everything i have done so far has erased everything (the picture and the tracing).


thanks


-mroe
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#3
spend another 25 minutes erasing everything inside the outline with the eraser tool?
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no you dont know of a way or no there is no way whatsoever...?


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this isnt photoshop. it doesnt work that way, good erasing time buddy.

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send me the picture and tell me what you want left/deleted and ill do it in photoshop and send it back.
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mmm

You might be able to use the paintcan tool and white to erase everything inside of the lines at once...


it could work, or fail really hard, but i suggest trying
#11
ah **** this

thanks for the help, but im just gonna do something else to pass the time

-mroe
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ah **** this

thanks for the help, but im just gonna do something else to pass the time

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I take it the paint can idea failed?
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mmm

You might be able to use the paintcan tool and white to erase everything inside of the lines at once...


it could work, or fail really hard, but i suggest trying

Not if it's a photograph. Pictures rarely have multiple pixels of the same color next to each other, so the paintcan tool doesn't work.
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Get GIMP. It's like Photoshop, but free.

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There's a reason people say something took them over 9000 hours in paint.
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Not if it's a photograph. Pictures rarely have multiple pixels of the same color next to each other, so the paintcan tool doesn't work.



ah ****, didn't think of that one
I figured it was just like some kind of cartoony picture or somthing cause that's all I ever mess with in paint :P
#18
it's paint, you moron.

if you wanted to trace onto a separate layer you should have used photoshop.
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There's a reason people say something took them over 9000 hours in paint.

Yeah. For example this
took me like 45 minutes to get all right, and it was just as a response to something that 1 person said in a thread. If I decided to get photoshop, it could look real, and could've been done in 5 minutes.

MS Paint is not worth it.

P.S. Yes, I just wanted to post that pic.