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Flutershy - Rose

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Trying some things
Flutershy - Rose
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First in pool
Sleeping Sweetie Belle
Practising  something before making the one i want.

there are some maverick pixels with alpha = 0 around there but nothing you can notice unless you delete the alpha channel. Did my best to erase them but meh the last are too much work and Gimp didnt want to help. Already fixed it.

Anyway, i think this one ended up better than the one by Degas. At least i can clop to this.

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Type: Picture/Pinup
Published: 5 years, 5 months ago
Rating: General

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ManicMoon
5 years, 2 months ago
realy cute
fewsdwad
5 years, 2 months ago
thanks :D
rautamiekka
5 years ago
I'm sure there's a way to find and rid of those pixels ... I use GIMP too, but I'm not that awesome to know to tell.
fewsdwad
5 years ago
Yes, it was just because of my lack of expertize. The problem was those transparent pixels werent black. So when you deleted the alpha channel they went back to whatever colour they were.
The eraser tool doesnt "delete" the pixels, it just sets them to alpha = 0. (it took me a while to figure it out) If you anti-erase them they go to alpha = 255 which would allow you to see the problems i was having.
You fix it selecting everything around your drawing and then going layer by layer filling it with black (#000000) and then hitting delete to clear the selection (which again sets it back to alpha = 0).
Just did it and now they are gone. Not that it's noticeable, but anyways, i'm leaving the clean one here just in case.
rautamiekka
5 years ago
Not only is it clean, it also, although minimally, affects file sizes.

I've noticed the uselessness of the eraser by trying to do similar things. I wonder what it's used for, but I'm sure there are tuts which tell that.
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