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Skills: selecting irregular shapes with the magic wand tool, using layers
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I want to make this image …
by combining these two images.
How can I do that?
Copy green circle to red outline … fail
What went wrong?
What is the solution? (Hint: what is the title of this presentation?)
Is there a tool for selecting irregularly shaped areas of an image?
The magic wand tool
Which tool did I use to center the disk in the circle?
In selecting the background of the green circle image, I set the flood mode to contiguous instead of global. What would have happened if I had used the global setting?
What is the difference between contiguous and global flood modes?
What happens if you click the magic wand over the green circle instead of a white corner?
How does the magic wand determine which pixels to select?
Do you select more or less area if you increase the sensitivity setting?
Mastering Paint.net (book):
Short tutorial video on the magic wand tool and its sensitivity setting: