Welcome to Part 2 of Cut Outs: Background Eraser Tool. In this tutorial we will be cleaning up the rough cutout we made with the background eraser tool. Missed it? Don’t worry, the post is right here.
If you remember, the cutout we made was decent enough; especially for the time we put into it. But for a professional, this is just not up to scratch yet. Now I will take you through some advanced techniques to cleanup the image before we drop it into a background. The image below shows you where we got to – some rough/furry edges, green lines remaining and green hints in the legs and arms.