yeah, paint.net has the advantage that it can clear the whole background to add another, but photoshop has more "special effects" but is very complicated sometimes, so i mostly use both for different things.
Ok I have to admit it a clever way of doing this, but my only concern is that the pictures are too bright. Some new mocs of other people that are probably using your technic, are way too bright. What I do for my pics is also taking a white background already and then with photoshop I use the dodge tool to create a good white background. This way the creation will keep its original brightness.
Oh, MOCpages would be such a boring place without Kelso and Chris... Anyways. I am in the process of making my first all white background. It is taking FOREVER! I am just penciling over all of the stuff I want. I started last Sunday, STILL not done! I will try this, see if it works.
Phipson and Kelso! You boys need to break it up! With all the racket you're making, I cannot concentrate on smo...I mean, concentrate on Professor Eggplant's lesson. Heh heh. Once again, you make a good tutorial Mr. Eggplant Sir. C ya~ElNickre
I'm not THAT mad about the super glue. I wasn't planning on Brazilian but... And that pencil was mine, you took it outta my back pack while I was in the bathroom smo... I mean while I was turning in extra credit. Yeah, that's it. (sometimes I think you post these things just to watch Kelso and I go back and forth like this) ~ Chris.
Yeah...so, ANYWAY...Another good lesson here, professor (golf clap!). I would like to request a tutorial for layers in photoshop. It took me ages to figure out something that turned out to be quite simple (creating a layer), and many books on photoshop just assumed you know how to create a layer in the first place, never explaining it. I can do them myself, but it might be beneficial for those who don't. HEY!! Phipson just took my pencil!