I don't have a problem to extract things from the picture , I know how to , but my problem is mouse sensitivity , somehow with my old computer I had different mouse , which was very stable to erase background from around the shape , smooth and fast , my new computer has very sensitive mouse and the slightest movement will get to much of a shape which it is giving me an extra lost time to work around some shapes ..
My question is , is there a special mouse I can buy which will be easier to work with around the graphics , something which is not that sensitive or maybe this is not mouse but the brushes in the photo shop , they are little bit too jumpy , i am not sure it this is the case , but if not , do they have special mouse for a graphics to work with ?.
Please help i do a lot of extracting and background erasing thanks Eva
Mike i had no idea i could do this , so i went and slow down the pointer but it did not really fixed the problem , it feels like the moment i am going to touch the edge of a shape it like a magnet pulling the other way and when i am trying to get closer it jumps and takes the chunk of the shape .
Also brush will wobble from side to side when i am going down erasing the line around the shape .
I don't have my old mouse to check if this is the problem but i have folder full of png graphics and they have smooth and nice contours around also they were very easy to cut out of the background .
Somehow i can not do it using this mouse , ( maybe i should have rubber matt ) and those brushes are more jumpy than in image ready i had before .
But i am wonder if they have some special mouse to work with the graphics in design studios ? i just have hard time to believe they would even bother to spend time using what i am using at this time ( just to annoying )
But i am wonder if they have some special mouse to work with the graphics in design studios ?
Nope, no mouse.
Instead, they use graphics tablets with pens.
Possibly the most often used brand of tablet for home or professional work is WACOM. http://www.wacom.com/index.html The "Bamboo" model line is a good entry-level/beginner tablet. The Intuos model line is more expensive, but is much better for art and graphics work. The CINTIQ model line seems to be the company's top-of-the-line products and have a built-in LCD display.