Does anyone know of an easy program/software/app that I can get to easily make overlays? As well, does anyone know of youtube videos that can help me understand the program/software/app so I can understand it quickly and not have to teach myself? Thank you in advance!
Superimpose X is great! I’m sure there are tutorials on Youtube- but a quick explanation is to use the masking tools. They erase a background
On mobile there is Background eraser app and a compress or die website. You can use both or just the background eraser if you don’t need to make it have less space by compressing it.
When I used to begin making backgrounds and overlays, Bazart was a super helpful app. Also painting apps like Medibang Paint and Ibis have eraser tools that will get your overlay super precise
I’ll be sure to try it out, thank you!
What can you use this for? Overlays? Backgrounds? Both??? LOL
That’s super helpful, thank you so much!!
It’s for overlays cuz of the title of the thread. It can probably be used for backgrounds but idk how. It’s a background eraser app to erase around the object to turn it into an overlay.
Ohhhh I see. Can you layer backgrounds so that you can add more to the overlays? Thank you so much!
I’m not really sure but if you want to add your overlay to a background there’s an app called photolayers in the play store.
got it, thank you so much for your help
pixlr.com lets you cleanly remove backgrounds of the images you want to make overlays with. I use it for all my overlays. You click on the crop tool and then there’s a magic crop button. Highly recommend!
would you say that it’s easy to use? i’m still trying to teach myself how to do all of this LOL
Yeah it’s super easy to use! So when you get there, you’ll click on Playful X. To remove the background of an image, just click on scissor icon -> the magic button -> tap on the background you want to remove and voila.
That sounds just like what I was looking for! Thank you so much!!!
I’m probably late, but Illustrator Adobe is the best tool. However, it costs and requires practice. But if you’re into illustrating it’s totally worth it!