Sure! I think my photo with a link on the paper would not prove a lot ... so I just made this page https://www.photopea.com/reddit.html with a link to this AMA :)
They offer a self-hosting license. So your company can buy the software and host it themselves. It's probably really cheap for what it offers but it may lack some enterprise features like LDAP / AD integration.
Did you know that there is a free online version of photoshop? Me neither. When I discovered there is, I decided it is better to procrastinate than to work, so here we are.
I am no artist but I tried not to harm our Void Sage too much, given there is a limited amount of free assets. Hope you like it.
I prefer Krita (mostly because I never bothered to learn how to use GIMP and Krita's more intuitive). There's also Photopea which is a fully online photo editor similar to Photoshop, but unfortunately it's closed source and freemium.
The advanced foreground selection was quite hard. It is used e.g. in MagicCut. I wanted to reach the quality of remove.bg (where you pay $2 per image), but it still does not work that well.
Anyway, I think MagicCut works better than all other free tools and many commercial tools, so it can save you a lot of money :)
I've chosen to go online and use photopea . It's like photoshop except it's on the browser and it's free. There are some differences but overall, I've found it to be quite useful.
You're missing this
Anyways I'll save you a click, it's Photopea made by /u/ivanhoe90
He did an AMA on it here
I flat out stop bothering with Photoshop and just use Photopea for everything these days. Granted my needs aren't turbo sophisticated, but it's still pretty versatile alternative with no overhead.
Did a quick search and found it here: https://www.wallpaperflare.com/purple-landscape-reflection-dusk-evening-pink-sky-lake-wallpaper-cvxww (just select the resolution you need and click the teal "Download Wallpaper" button)
Note: If you wish to have the color to be more vibrant like OP's version (probably monitor setting or camera filter), just go to photopea and tweak around brightness/contrast + hue/saturation :)
Ha, yeah. I’ve used Photopea before, since I don’t own any professional photo editing software, but for memes, I found Mematic to be a much faster and simpler solution.
I discovered it yesterday. The “forbidden tiddy milk” meme I posted here was my first attempt at using the app. Hungry snack boi was the second. Figured this sub could use some OC. :)
Btw, the original painting is called “Escaping Criticism”, by Spanish surrealist Pere Borrell del Caso (1874 - I rounded up 145 to 150 :P).
Fwiw this might be an option in the future:
Free, entirely browser-based. ISTR the author talking about it in Reddit in the past. I've never used it beyond taking a quick look at it, so ymmv.
Also, kudos to you for your pic! Loved the concept and execution! Literally did a squee and showed my wife, who has far more experience than I in such things. She liked it too :)
I think it's perfect as is. It has a nice engraved look to it.
That said, if you want to experiment with values, I suggest scanning it and playing with it in a digital art program before committing anything to paper. If you don't have one, Photopea is a near 1:1 copy of Photoshop that works in your browser.
It could be installable like chrome app. But it needs to have CSS corrected for that.
E.g. https://www.photopea.com/ have option inside page to MenuBar->More->Install
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I use https://www.photopea.com/ It's a free photoshop clone. The Magic Wand tool is your friend. Always try to find pictures with white backgrounds to use it with.
I gotchu fam - https://www.photopea.com
This dude basically made a web based photoshop clone for absolutely free. It’s brilliant. Of course it’s not a 1:1 in terms of features but works perfectly fine for stuff like basic edits, minor sketching and all your resizing and touching up needs. If you like it and have the means - support the project it’s very useful.
one of the greatest free tools online ever. Since Adobe started forcing people to spend insane amounts of money with their subscription model, this page has proven to be a goldmine
Basically anyone can make a Wordpress site using a theme like Avada. Calling yourself a Wordpress developer when everything you use is prebuilt is like building with Lego and calling yourself an engineer. You should push yourself a bit harder to gain the technical skills that will make you a competitive candidate regardless of whether you can use Photoshop. HTML, CSS and a little bit of PHP are the minimum requirements I'd expect in a new employee hired as a Wordpress developer.
Do yourself a favour and learn to make custom templates using a barebones theme like Underscores or HTML5Blank rather than an off-the-shelf premium theme like Avada. It's not hard to learn to make Wordpress themes, and it doesn't take long to throw a beautiful, snappy, responsive site together once you've got the hang of it. I churn out custom websites in 2 days (we work with companies given a government grant for website work... it's a small grant) using my own toolkit which I've put together over the past couple of years.
Also, check out Photopea - it's a free web-based Photoshop clone. Learn to use that and you'll be 80% of the way towards being proficient at the Photoshop skills you need as a web designer. It's the same colour, same layout, basically all the same tools in the same places. If you're cheeky enough you could list Photoshop skills on your resume once you feel confident using Photopea.
Hi, Photopea.com is the only non-Adobe software with a full PSD support. The UI is also very similar to PS.
It works in a browser and is completely free. You can open PSDs up to 300 MB in size.
There was a reddit AMA recently about a guy who created a free, browser photoshop style editor you may be interested in
Tons of FAQ directions of how to use it by the guy too
I'm not the OP, but from https://www.photopea.com/api/accounts, it says:
> Photopea consists of one HTML file, one CSS file and several JS and PNG files (around 2 MB in total). It can be easily hosted anywhere, there is no need for advanced server-side technologies (no PHP, no Node.js, no databases).
> Corrupted Content Error
> The site at https://www.photopea.com/ has experienced a network protocol violation that cannot be repaired
Your site is broken.
Anyway, have fun annoying your users.
If you want a competent image editor, I would recommend photopea. It's online and it kinda works like photoshop, but it takes some time to get used to and I also then recommend to watch videos on YouTube on how to use it.
Photopea é um editor de imagens baseado no Photoshop, só que tu não precisa pagar por ele, e é muito bom. Imagino que usos profundamente profissionais podem ser que não sejam atendidos pelo site, mas vale a pena conhecer o site.
A height chart displaying the minimum, average, and maximum heights of each race from setting-agnostic sources (Player's Handbook, Volo's Guide to Monsters, and Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes). Created using Comparing Heights, MS paint, and Photopea.
Are there any surprises in the results? Do the canon heights match what you picture for your character(s)/world(s)?
I am glad you like it :)
It is important to use it the right way. Many people try to paint almost everything red or green. But it is enough to do just a couple of strokes, 99% of the area can stay grey.
Have you looked at Photoshop Elements? https://www.adobe.com/products/photoshop-elements.html
It's missing the high end features but if it can handle large swaths of image editing tasks and you don't have to pay for it each month.
For basics, you can also try https://www.photopea.com/
> I sit in front of a computer half of the time for my job, and we don't have Photoshop or anything like that on my work computer.
There's always this. Haven't used it myself since I have photoshop, but it looks like it's identical, and if it is, you're gonna make sketches a lot faster, with less headaches, and they're gonna more accurately portray the final thing.
I use the heal tool in photoshop ( https://www.photopea.com/ is a free knockoff photoshop that has the same features) and just trace along the rip lines with the brush until they're gone. Sometimes you have to try it multiple times if it comes out weird, or use the clone tool and manually do it but usually it works quite well. Hope this helps!
Hey if you want some advice https://www.photopea.com is literally photoshop for free online. It works great and I can also spot you a copy of Wild Words for a font since photo pea let’s you add custom fonts! I don’t understand why it’s 60 bucks for a copy of the font but whatever, the old little known archives are a godsend!
There's a variety of ways. I personally use photopea, since there's no need to download it or make an account. Heres a link to the site with instructions
In Photoshop, Lightroom or Gimp or something online like https://www.photopea.com/
You can adjust saturation, vibrance, color balance, temperature of your images. Follow someone like PixImperfect on youtube - he's really good at breaking things down for ease of use. https://www.youtube.com/c/PiXimperfect
Also don't forget what you can do with NVidia settings as well https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=iracing+nvidia+filters
Make sure you save screenshots as PNG as well. Your files will be larger in size, but you'll have more color information than JPGs
I wrote two tutorials:
pdfcandy is a very cheap alternative for PDFs. Photopea works just like photoshop and is WAYYYY easier to use than gimp. Not to mention it’s all browser based.
Copy and paste the picture into the program.
hit Z to be able to click and zoom in until it's easy to see all the details of the outline of your cat.
hit L twice to get the Polygonal Lasso (and from now on to switch to it, it'll only be 1 L because it's now active) and then click on points around the outline of the cat to trace the shape of your cat.
When you're done the line around what you drew will become a black and white dotted line, showing you have selected it successfully. If it does not, doubleclick at your last point and it'll finish the line out for you.
CTRL+C to copy your selection. CTRL+V to paste it into a new layer by itself.
Open up another image by copy and pasting it into the program.
Go find that layer of just the outline of your cat, on the right hand side. it'll say LAYER 1 or something. Right click the picture of it (it'll mostly have white and grey squares for a background in the thumbnail) and SELECT PIXELS.
CTRL+C to copy it to your clipboard, switch over to the new image you want to put it in and CTRL+V to paste it in. It'll have that same outline around it still.
V to get the move tool to drag it around. CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+T to transform it, making it resizable by clicking in one of the corners and dragging it in or out to make it bigger or smaller. hold SHIFT to maintain the aspect ratio while you drag.
Top left FILE>EXPORT>JPG to save it as an image.
You just successfully photoshopped.
Using erasers or pen tools or taking your time with the lasso will make it a better outline. It's like cutting out things from magazines and laying them on top of other things to make a picture. There are way more advanced things you can do, and there are videos to find out how to do them using youtube.
Or if you don't have a computer there are alternatives for doing this on a phone.
Does one need to understand the entire chronology of technology to use modern technology, which has subsumed and replaced the technology developed by boomers?
No, though now I understand why you had difficulty learning mastering it in the first place.
Newsflash, most codemonkeys these days are developing stuff from the ground up, such as this: https://www.photopea.com/ (not a Boomer).
Besides, if 'it was developed by Boomers' is the extent of your argument, then piss of and acknowledge the TRUE innovators, namely the prehistoric innovators. Stop being a technology gatekeeper.
If you Google for examples of real world "classified" documents that should give you some nice reference material. If you don't have Photoshop, there are a ton of decent & free graphic editors you can use, like PhotoPea for example.
Yo chief, Photopea is a in-browser version of Photoshop made by some dude, it's free. It's not by Adobe, it's just a program very closely designed to Photoshop.
It will take a tid bit of know-how to use it, seeing you probably don't use Photoshop or similar photo editing software. But it's in browser and responsive. Alternatively, just type in "image editor online" and see what comes up, there are many of those online too.
Also just dropping it here for anyone else who might find this info useful.
(some people use google docs to make reference sheets as well)
I've had a friend send me a .psd file that was made in Photoshop and it worked without any issues.
For anyone wondering how to make create teams with this:
I, personally, use Photopea to make my teams. First, you want to select "Open From Computer," and select your template. Then to add people, you go to "file" in the top left, select "open and place," and choose an image. You can move said image with the arrow and cross on the left side of your screen, and to change the size, you just have to check the "transform controls" box, and it will let you change the image size (recommendation, always press shift when changing the image if you want to keep the dimensions the same, that way its not too wide/tall). To add text, just select the big T on the left of your screen. Finally, for my player names, I use Bold and Strong DejaVu Sans text at size 27. You don't have to use all of this, but it's what works for me, and maybe it'll work for you
No worries fam, it took me a bit to figure it out too=)
I use a web app
Just open the gif, go to image menu, expand canvas vertically to give room for text. Create a new layer. On the right hand side at the bottom there will be a layer window. Drag the new layer behind the gif folder, and then just colour it black with a big brush from tool bar on the left. Then hit the type tool and add your text. Export as gif, upload to imgur, get the .gifv video link and paste it here. All done=)
Is the pricing for the self-hosted version publicly available? Is it targeted towards consumers or more towards professionals?
edit: guess I should learn to google things first
>A self-Hosted version costs between $500 and $2000 per month. You should pay for a whole year (12 months) in advance, and you will get resources, that will work for exactly one year. After each year, you can decide, if you want to pay for a next year (and get new resources), or terminate it. You can get two updates during a year for free (at any time), each next update costs $300.
First you get a picture of his face... And then you turn it into grey scale.
There's a button for this sort of thing in Photoshop, maybe paint? Def gimp, and for sure Photopea
Ita pretty straight forward with most photo editing software, the last one is even a free web based one, that is surprisingly good.
No soy diseñador, pero uso Linux como mi daily driver hace unos 20 años, y convertí a mi mujer a Linux (y Thinkpad!), que hacer laburos como diseñadora.
Además de Gimp (que te recomendaron) fijate Inkscape como alternativa a Corel (específicamente a Corel Draw?).
Alternativamente a si migrás tu vida ( ;) :p ) a Linux, fijate opciones online que te permiten seguir adelante con tu trabajo independientemente del sistema operativo que uses:
Otra cosa, en mi humilde opinión, que noté en base al laburo de mi jermu, si podés, pasate a programas open source, aunque tu sistema operativo no lo sea (Gimp, Open Office, etc, etc) a la larga podés llegar a tener problemas para acceder a tus propios archivos.
Photopea is AMAZING. It's relatively basic.... but it's a browser based photoshop clone. For simpler stuff, it's great. And it was all created by a single guy as a passion project. Check it out
you can edit the psd file (change color etc) here: https://www.photopea.com/
edit: if you want, show me any shield coloring, i will change it for you.
https://www.photopea.com/ free web-based clone of photoshop. Pen tool is your friend! Should be able to make a vector trace of the Underking’s crown easily enough and then tweak from there to make it look good, if it something you want to explore! Point and click, easy enough to manipulate points/curves so less “drawing” skills are needed, just some patience, + you can import your other assets, and re-create drop shadow effects etc.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/britishlibrary/albums/72157638797895895 - might be able to find some nice scroll borders in here to trace or other assets that might be useful in general.
You have drawn a thin rectangle, the Stroke is disabled at the top, the fill is White.
I recommend you to read this and the parts below: https://www.photopea.com/learn/vector-graphics Or you can buy a book about Adobe Photoshop, as this works identically in Photopea.
Try getpaint.net or photoshopea (this one being online). If you want something more advanced, Krita is a very cool piece of software.
It is called - Color Halftone. Look how I made it: https://www.photopea.com/#i6IOg-pc2
First you should to have gradient from black to white and then, you have to use "filter -> pixelate -> color halftone" and set all the angles to the same value - it can be any angle but I have set 0 like in your example (if not - you will have RGB color separation)
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I'm discovering how stubborn I am with using Blender for my adobe replacements. I know it's unreasonable and nowhere near as efficient as any one of Adobe's single products if I need something very specific (e.g. vector art/Illustrator and the VSE is a hot mess), but it's made some HUGE strides since 2.8 two years ago. Plus it does a lot of things Adobe can't do like Grease Pencil or just general 3D modelling.
I'm looking forward to 3.0 and Cycles X. Hopefully they optimize their volumetrics because this shit is really, really painful to render.
Also, if you need photoshop, just use https://www.photopea.com/ It's literally a 1-for-1 copy in your web browser.
Of course you don't need to purchase Adobe suite for that, even Adobe XD for desktop works;
Or use free alternative, from open source software as Inkscape (alternative to Adobe Ilustrator) , or GIMP (alternative to Photoshop); many youtube channel with comprehensive tutorial ; for these i would recommend youtube channel → Logos By Nick ;
Event simpler, online editor.
You can with, use a online converter, but for it to work, is has to super simple logo;
Layer masks are designed exactly for this.
Go to Layer > Raster Mask > Add (Reveal All)
Now, instead of the Eraser tool, use the Brush tool and set the color to black. If you erase too much, you can set the color to white and then add it back in.
wow, great work!
you could realistically use either, but a clear graphic style tends to lend itself to vector art software like illustrator
also, cheap plug for Affinity Photo (Photoshop alternative) and Affinity Designer (Illustrator alternative) which are two fantastic and much lower cost alternatives ($50 each and both have free trials) to Adobe's subscription-only scheme ($20/month forever for Illustrator)
there's also Photopea which is a free (ad supported) online Photoshop alternative that is very good you can try out
You can download it on here: https://justine.studio/product/roblox-emoji/
Note: This color font isn't supported everywhere but works perfectly in InDesign CC 2019+, Illustrator CC 2018+, Photoshop CC 2017+ and the free Photoshop alternative (https://www.photopea.com/)
I use photopea as my photoshop replacement. It's basically a clone of the core photoshop features and UI. I find it easier to use than GIMP since I'm used to the interface.
Yeah, it would be super simple to recreate.
https://www.photopea.com/ could also do this. It's basically a free web-based photoshop.
The font for "Action" is FF Good, and I think "Collection" is a stretched Nimbus Sans Novus.
What is a "vector image"? Is it one layer or several layers? You can put all layers into a folder and add a vector mask to that folder. https://www.photopea.com/learn/masks
Here is a photopea file you would like to change the background. Simply click file> open & place... and select your favorite background of the same dimension (2560x1440). You might need to change the text color (or size if you want), that would be in the "Text" folder. Unfortunately, it's a mess since I didn't think anyone would use it. To save the folder : file > export as.. > JPEG then select max settings. If you need help with something let me know.
Here is a photopea file if you would like to change the background. Simply click file> open & place... and select your favorite background of the same dimension (2560x1440). You might need to change the text color (or size if you want), that would be in the "Text" folder. Unfortunately, it's a mess since I didn't think anyone would use it. To save the folder : file > export as.. > JPEG then select max settings. If you need help with something let me know.
It's a Photoshop clone that is free (unintrusive side banner ad, can be removed by a one time payment) and has all the basic features of Photoshop, using basically the same interface. If you're used to Photoshop and just need to get something quick done, there's nothing better out there.
Best of all, it's completely contained within your browser. There's no installation, no local files, not even an account or sign in required.
Here is a tutorial about swapping faces, but you can use it to copy any part of an image into another image: https://www.photopea.com/tuts/swap-faces-online/
Photopea It's a simple edit so anything will do GIMP, Affinity Photo, Photoshop.. etc. since I don't like downloading unnecessary bloat for rare usage Photopea is really great for quick edits as long as you have internet of course hah, and thank you very much!
Is a good web based app. It can do pretty much everything. There are tutorials on the site.
Just add a solid black layer behind all the gifs and move the gifs around to make room for text, or just expand the canvas a bit so everything fits.
Export as gif, upload to imugur, press and hold on the gif in imgur, copy the link it gives you and then add the .gifv link it gives you to the ‘add link’ button here in the sub=)
> (This is the first meme I ever made, but the site kinda sucks. Any suggestions for meme making sites I can use?)
Yes, you should use either https://pixlr.com/e/ , https://www.photopea.com/ , or use a program you install onto your computer called "paint.net". I would not recommend traditional meme making websites since they often seem to run slow and you do not have the level of control that these true Photoshop-like tools have.
> Can I play proper PC games?
You can either play through Stadia/xCloud/SteamLink, or play linux games directly on the computer. Steam will actually officially run on ChromeOS soon too. Obviously it's limited without a proper GPU, but it's not a gaming laptop, and neither are most windows laptops in its price range.
> Run emulators
Are you referring to games? There are both Android emulators you can run as Android apps, or Linux emulators you can run as linux apps.
> Throw together a video or edit a photo smoothly?
If you read my post, that's literally the one downside I gave. That being said, Photopea is a free web-based alternative that does 90% of what Photoshop does. AudioMass does great audio editing. Video editing is the only one that's really lacking, though some Android apps have basic video editing support.
> How about Office suite apps
Gsuite has Docs, Sheets and Slides. Office 365 also worked fully on the web. I've created hundreds of documents, spreadsheets and presentations in the past 5 years fully from my chromebook without any issues.
Also, I would argue that gaming and video editing are fairly niche things, and if you do heavily rely on those, I specifically said that it's not for you. Realistically, 99% of people don't need those; they only need social media, email and office, all of which Chromebook does fantastically.
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Yes, the pricing is ... weird. Especially the SSD upgrades. But I checked everything before I ordered mine, I am a Office power user (xD) so I do all my stuff in Office, Outlook or the web (Edge with web apps is just awesome). There is a tiny group of people that are the right customers for the SPX, but for now, we need to wait I think.
For example, I don't need Photoshop but from time to time I need to cut images or make icons. I do that with an online Photoshop clone, it' great ( https://www.photopea.com/ ). My entire life is stored on OneDrive and OneNote, so that's no problem here. :D
Especially since there are graphics "programs" that can be used online on any browser, such as Google Chrome.
Example: www.photopea.com - almost Photoshop, but free and completely web based.
Open image/url in PhotoShop or https://www.photopea.com/
If necessary, first duplicate layer, Dust&Scratches, then add a black or white layer mask and paint it, then maybe invert.
Seriously, this Photopea thing is amazing.
This site was being passed around here on Reddit a little while ago. Free, web-based photo editor with a lot of the same features and UI as Photoshop.
Not part of the question or your response, but I thought I would share this:
It's not photoshop, but it's damn well close to it depending on your needs and works great on my pixelbook.
Try https://www.photopea.com. For my needs at work, it’s the closest I’ve ever come to Photoshop. My most used keyboard shortcuts are there and the GUI is heavily influenced by Photoshop. It supports PSD and most other common file types.
In my work flow, only layer transform is slightly different with a check box on the toolbar instead of the traditional Photoshop keyboard shortcut or menu item. Since it’s a web app, the file > save triggers a download. I can easily get past that for the access and ease that it provides.
I usually use Google Drawings, but I'm slowly figuring out Photopea. Totally free, very similar to Photoshop from what I've heard, and the only ads are placed as such that it doesn't interrupt the experience.
Here is an album of some SoDakZak images you can use in your image creating! Have fun!
Feel free to use whatever you have available, whether that be Paint, Photoshop, or an online image editor.
Good luck deobfuscating the codebase and turning into something that you can actually modify in a useful way...
JS for any current non-trivial webapp is not something you can just "look at the source" and understand
For reference, this is his JS build (concatenated + minified): https://www.photopea.com/code/pp.js
Crei un progetto qui delle dimensioni che vuoi, metti l'immagine che vuoi, la adatti secondo le tue esigenze, la salvi in JPG e poi la stampi (senza adattarla al foglio su cui stampi altrimenti viene riscalata)
Hi, there is always some compromise between intuitivity / simplicity and capability. You can not have both at the same time. So if you are looking for the simplest solution, you should stay with MS Paint.
Otherwise, you will have to learn new stuff, nothing is 100% intuitive. Personally, I am using Photopea. The UI is similar to Photoshop, but it can work with GIF, SVG and Gimp files (XCF). But it is always going to be "uncomfortable" at the beginning, because every program is more complex than MS Paint (I guess). It is good to read some documentation or watch tutorials, to learn faster.
What are you talking about? It's a PSD file, haha.
You can open it in photoshop (or similar free online tools) to edit it like such
Hi, you should learn basic things (colors, layers, masks, selections), adjustments (levels, curves, hue / saturation /brightness) etc.
I recommend to start with www.Photopea.com , which has a complete lesson at https://www.photopea.com/learn/ . It will make you ready for Gimp, Photoshop and other editors.
You need photoshop. Or this website that simulates photoshop: https://www.photopea.com/
But you need to know how to use photoshop too.
There is a basic template here for the proxies: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1r_0tHicyh-Vn1iXBV3BvWrGz0wVYrYDH
But I had to edit them to add the split colours and do other minor additions and adjustments. Difficult to replicate if you don't know how to use photoshop to be honest sorry.
There's tons of free resources that can be used as an alternative to Adobe stuff if you want to just mess around and learn without paying for expensive software!
Photopea is what I use for photoshop and I love it.
If you wanna find high quality panels then you'll probably have to contact the groups directly. You could either ask for a specific page or panel and if they're nice they might give it to you for free. They do usually pay for those pages so it would probably be best if you offered $$$ even $2 would be good since its just a single panel or page.
You can use this software to make it come out how you want and keep the high quality image resolution. Make sure you use the proper dimensions for the screen on your phone tho.
If you really don't wanna pay, I guess you could just do some digging online for the pages or rip it from the website you read from via screenshot. Or dig around on 4chan. A lot of the dudes in the manga/anime section just post pages and stuff so you could get lucky there/ask around.
Good Luck weeb.
I really love this feature in Illustrator. I use it not only for text deformations.
Sadly... in Photopea there isn't nothing similar yet :(
You can try to change type layer to shape by clicking right mouse button on that layer name and then "convert to shape".
Then you can use "free" warp by using CTRL+T and Warp option. In text - you haven't this (only a prepared deformations like "flag" "wave" etc.)
It is not a best solution but maybe can help in some situations
Absolutely, save the image and open it in photopea, use any of the lasso tools, magic wand or pen-tool to create a selection of what you want to delete and delete it. If you want to download a free image editing software try GIMP.
I can give you higher res raw templates if you like, just DM me.
I made them all in an SVG because I hated the color blooming on the screen shots and wanted a better reference for the ranks.
The SVG has all the layers and stuff too, and actually I am too broke for photoshop so I used Inkscape and Photpea to stitch it all together.
Do as you will!
I googled a little more for you.
It can be a web banner designed specially for highlighting letter. As you can see here - the right sides of "m" and "a" letters.
when you have everything on layers you can do anything. If you have bad quality, highly compressed small graphic - it is hard to do more...
I make a screen from advertising https://www.ispot.tv/ad/wOLv/golden-corral-steak-and-seafood-summer-bash-thats-a-good-call
I use Befunky for all of mine and it's possible for free! You can stretch and move tiles around to make them the size you want. You can also add extra tiles by dragging the pictures and placing them in between existing tiles like so.
But usually for 3x3s with a lot of pictures I like to make multiple collages then put them together in an image editor website like photopea. And they look like this most of the time.
I use Photopea, a free browser version of Photoshop. Honestly, 90% of the work I do is Polygon select. Just get in there and grab at it in a large group and fill it in. Sometimes I create a white layer over the image so I can better go back and see the text to compare what my text should look like.
Your browser is probably showing you the old version of a font database.
Are you using Photopea at www.Photopea.com ? Can you reload it and clear the cache?
Standard browsers do it themselves, unless you have some weird browser or weird extensions.
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Photopea is a free online editor very similar to old school Photoshop. Here is a tutorial you might find useful.
I mean, of course it‘s better at first to start off with a free version, so Gimp should work at first. But there is a free version in the web too: https://www.photopea.com
It‘s like photoshop, but for free and you don‘t have to sign in!
I made a little program some time ago, which can reverse unsharp masking – if you can guess the sharpening radius and strength. Which I can't, so I average a few attempts to make it less sh*tty. :)
But something similar can be done in Photoshop and such: duplicate your image, apply a high pass filter to bring out the unnecessary sharpening edges, invert it (because we want to remove/reduce them) and set layer mode to Linear Light/Overlay or similar, and play with opacity. Or you can make a bunch of High Pass-ed layes with different radiuses and play with their opacity. I quickly tried to make an example on Photopea, I hope the link works:
Get PS and Ai that's the best tool for this job man also you can try this website which is a PS Clone just free version... You can try and see if this helps!
Edit: Also supports Ai and CDR and some other formats try it it's free and useful.
Sounds like a problem with Inkscape. I haven't used it much but I'm not sure it's designed for pixel art. Maybe try a different art program. https://www.photopea.com/ is free and you don't have to install anything.
Oh, I use that one too, but not for things like this, since ~~I can't set the text position exactly~~.
I just looked and I can. Usually programs like this are more focused on drawing things by hand…
You might also be interested in Photopea. It's more like Photoshop and has more features.
That's why I don't use paid programs like these. You can't just pay once and have them.
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I don’t know a skin editor that offers semi-transparency other than the full eraser tool, BUT there IS a website I use: photopea.
It has everything that photoshop has, and it’s on browser so you don’t need to download or pay anything. If you know how to use layers and opacity, you can make transparent and semi-transparent PNGs!
>Also, if you need photoshop, just use
> It's literally a 1-for-1 copy in your web browser.
It's more like a clone of an old version of Photoshop Elements, like Elements 8. It is in no way powerful enough for the professional market. Farting around and basic editing, sure.