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Select transparency inside the t-shirt and make it as a clipping mask for the background layer.


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If the image is raster (JPG, PNG or GIF) then there is nothing you can do. If you specify dimensions in the CSS different from the actual dimensions of the image source, then the browser will need to do some re-sampling be able to render the image at the requested dimensions. The reason for this is that the browsers need to make up missing pixels if you ...


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Rescaling a rasterized image is usually not the best way to go in this situation. I would consider taking your shape into illustrator and saving it as an SVG, which you can then use . Alternatively, if you are hell-bent on keeping your rasterized arrow, you could experiment with the image rendering css property. Try this in your css .your-image-class { ...


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Use the Direct Selection tool (shortcut A) and then delete. Or the vector is either masked or grouped and you can right-click on the vector and either release or ungroup. If you do that enough you can select the background and then delete.


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It depends on the container. If the container is the window/body then the image will be greater than the smallest length. From MDN - background-size Cover This keyword specifies that the background image should be scaled to be as small as possible while ensuring both its dimensions are greater than or equal to the corresponding dimensions of the ...


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Alternatively - you can just use the Select by color tool (just next to the magic wand on the tool box) - and click on any white part of the image. This will select the white areas - then, just copy and paste on the target image. The "color to alpha" as @PieBie put it, is more precise, and better to remove a solid background when you want to keep a lot of ...


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Do you really need to follow the trend? Don't ever do something because it's a trend. Do things because they're good for the user's experience because that is what's best for your company and your design. Think really hard about the implications that adding a large video to your site will have and weigh the other options you have. You don't have to use this ...


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Easiest way to remove one color is: Colors > color to alpha select black (HTML: 000000) ok > ok done Then you can copy-paste the layer onto any other image.


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The easiest way might be to: Make a background layer fill it with white. With your line drawn character on the top layer, flatten the image. Magic Wand the white on the outside of the character and hit delete. This should leave you with the white character! Hope that works!


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The basic answer you already know... Do it by hand. That's how everyone does it if they are trying to fill brush strokes. You can try the flood fill tool but that often requires you to work on the same layer as your key line (Black outline) and it has a tendency to feather edges requiring you to manually correct those anyway. Often what is done is that ...


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I think the best solution for your need is to use masks. Just put a background and select with mask the drawing, delete the background... And you have the draw with background. Is what you need or I'm wrong?


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Do you really need to follow the trend? Don't ever do something because it's a trend. Do things because they're good for the user's experience because that is what's best for your company and your design. Think really hard about the implications that adding a large image to your site will have and weigh the other options you have. You don't have to use this ...



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