In this Instructable I will be showing you how to remove any unwanted items in your animation using Adobe Photoshop.
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In this example you see a white board in the back and a person in the front now I only wanted the white board but my friend here decided it would be funny to jump in front of it and do a pose.
The first step of removing any unwanted things in your animation is to have the right programs. In this Instructable you'll need Adobe Photoshop.
The second step will be opening the photo in Adobe Photoshop here's how you do it:
1. Click on File, then click on open
2. After go to the folder where the picture is located
3. Click on the photo then click open
Step 4: Almost There!
Now you should now have your photo open.
Step 5: How to Erase
Now it's time for the magic to begin click on the icon to the left of the screen in the tool box called clone stamp tool.
Step 6: Preparing
Before you start erasing you the tool will be very small so you should change it to a bigger size. To change the size of the brush look at the top tools.
Step 7: Time to Erase
After you have adjusted the brush size you will be ready for the fun part erasing the object! to erase the object is simple press and hold the ALT key and select an area that looks like it would be a good match and start moving the brush around to erase the object.
Step 8: You're Done!
After a while you will get the hang of it and you can go faster here's the end picture!