Originally Posted by risingstar3110
It is exactly what i want and a step to step guide will be appreciated as long as it won't cost you too much time =]
Thank you for the SOS-dan logo
PS: I have both Photoshop and ImageReady
Oh it's no trouble at all for me, I always well usually have Photoshop open so it's just a matter of Print Screening it and showing others how to do it
It's actually really easy and hopefully simple guide to follow how to render plain backgrounds. So we'll use the SOS-dan image again since I've already done it.
First of all open up the image in Photoshop and select the magic wand or if you have knowledge of the pen tool you could use that instead.
The slowly piece by piece select the white background and delete it by pressing the 'delete' key on your keyboard.
Keep doing that until all the white background has been removed.
Then save it as a PNG. Or if you want to re-size the image without making it squishy or anything have constrain prop. on while going to Image-Image Size.
Then you should have something like this.
This also plays a main factor with the way the picture will turn out once it has been rendered.
Hope this at least helped you out in a way risingstar