Having a photo clip masked into a shape without losing image

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primal decals
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Having a photo clip masked into a shape without losing image

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So here is my issue.

I want to bring a photo into scalps 5pro. And then i want to make a oval shape and have that cut that shape out of the photo and keep the actual image in the oval while removing everything else out of it . So what i will have left is an oval image with the image in it . I have gotten close to doing this but having an issue with getting it to the final step.

SandyMcC
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Re: Having a photo clip masked into a shape without losing i

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Since I'm already chatting with you about this on Facebook, I won't go into the same conversation again here. But if someone else is reading this post, then the Clip Path function is covered in Section 7.07.1 of this SCAL 5 user manual: https://www.iloveknk.com/0um/SCAL5/SCAL ... Manual.pdf

Note that you can also use the Pattern Fill feature if you have SCAL4. It's covered in the following video: https://vimeo.com/268622844
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primal decals
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Re: Having a photo clip masked into a shape without losing i

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SandyMcC wrote:Since I'm already chatting with you about this on Facebook, I won't go into the same conversation again here. But if someone else is reading this post, then the Clip Path function is covered in Section 7.07.1 of this SCAL 5 user manual: https://www.iloveknk.com/0um/SCAL5/SCAL ... Manual.pdf

Note that you can also use the Pattern Fill feature if you have SCAL4. It's covered in the following video: https://vimeo.com/268622844

Haha . too funny thanks Sandy .

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