I knew this, thank you for the tutorial
This is a super tip! I have not thought of it before. lol
gracias por el tutorial
Thats so brilliant, but when I looked under my "style" box now, I can't find the "stray pixel" button that you used any tips or alternatives maybe please? I've NEVER worked from the "style" box before, so this is completely new to me...
@Madelien: You have to make the stray pixel button. If you apply the layer style to a layer and then click on this icon, it will save the style for future use.
Thank you so much Marisa - your like a walking encyclopedia love learning from you
You have done such a wonderful job of simplifying something I had been trying to "MacGyver" on my own... with less than stellar results. This is SO helpful, thank you!!!
Appreciate these little video tutorials, keep up the good work!
Great tutorial for getting nice clean elements Thanks
now that's a really cool tip to know, thank you Marisa
Another great tip, thank you xxx
Awesome! Thanks for sharing!
I feel silly for not knowing this. Such a time saver!
Thanks so much
Thank you so much. I have been creating some freebies for a designer who I CT for and it was always so labor intensive to do this. This will be a big time saver.
thanks, Marisa, not only for the trimming tutorial but for this neat trick on how to make styles. i've always wondered how a style is made.
Thank you so much for this...I have been fighting with trying to clean up stray pixels and I knew there had to be a faster way that what I was doing.
Very helpful! Thanks so much.
Now I have to learn this using PSE I never knew a stroke can be undone after you have erased stray pixels. I will give this a try. Thanks for the tutorial.
This was a great tip, thanks!
Learning slowly but surely, thanks!
Nice. I always just cropped mine. Guess that's the photographer in me.
i never thought of using stroke before...im usually pretty good at not leaving stray pizels but we all goof sometimes! great tip!!