Q: Why Contour?
A: To delete any unwanted lines/shapes (as the image permits)
What does this mean?
You can manipulate an image and remove parts of it to form a new image.
- Click on the Images tab
- Select your image
- Click on Contour tab (bottom right)
- Start selecting the parts of the image you do NOT want
- Keep adjusting as needed
- If it helps, you can select “Hide All Contours,” and then select the parts of the image you want
- Click X (top right), as it automatically update in the background as you select/deselect
You can even contour uploaded images and text!
For a visual aid, here’s the above breakdown in pictures:
Contour Uploaded Images!
Contour Text too!
Any questions? Comment below!
(Purple Text in this post means there is a hyperlink to the Contouring in Cricut Design Space Youtube Video and links to the Welding, Attaching, and Grouping breakdowns on this site.)
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