How to Edit Part of Image to Blend with Background using Inkscape

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This article is simply written to explain on how to edit part of an image which is made by blending it with the background color using Inkscape editor. First of all, the purpose of editing part of image most likely done to hide any information or data presented in the image or any other purpose related. Below is the actual image inserted for an example which is going to be edited :

How to Edit Part of Image to Blend with Background using Inkscape
How to Edit Part of Image to Blend with Background using Inkscape

Supposed, the ‘Google’ part which is actually integrated with the image is going to be edited. It is done by removing it in a certain way so that the part of the image itself is blending with the color of the background of the image. So, it will be replaced or it will be blended with the white background. Below is an alternative way to achieve it with the explanation in several sequences steps :

1. Block the ‘Google’ part of the image using a rectangle. The location of the rectangle tool for blocking or enclosing the image part¬† is shown in the following image :

2. Just click the cube icon, and block or encircle the ‘Google’ part in the image as shown below :

How to Edit Part of Image to Blend with Background using Inkscape
How to Edit Part of Image to Blend with Background using Inkscape

3. Click Pick colors from image from the tool palette or tool panel as shown below :

It is represented with the image of the dropper tool as shown above.

4. Direct it and point it to any area which is actually the background with the white color.  And after that click it. Below is the actual display after it has been done :

How to Edit Part of Image to Blend with Background using Inkscape
How to Edit Part of Image to Blend with Background using Inkscape

5. After that, don’t forget to save it by typing Ctrl+S from the keyboard or just simply access File > Save or File > Save As … if it is going to be saved into another file with different file name. Off course, it will prevent from replacing the original file.

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