I've got an image I'm trying to remove the background from and I'm not really sure how that would be done with Sketch. Any tips would be greatly appreciated!
Sketch 3 does have some bitmap editing options, but they are very limited.
Here's more about Bitmap editing in Sketch.
To start editing an image, select it on the canvas and double-click. You will see the inspector update with a few special tools.
You might wanna try your luck with
Magic wand and then the
Vectorize option below it. Although you'd probably be better off redrawing it with the
I would recommend you use another application to edit bitmap images. One relatively cheap, option would be Pixelmator especially considering how much Sketch 3 costs. Then again you could do it in Gimp just the same.
You can use the the Instant Alpha tool (magic wand) in the macOSX Preview to remove the background.
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