Hi i use photoshop cs, but i think gimp is pretty much the same so there are two basic ways. The first way is the magic wand tool which outlines a section that has almost the same colour depending on the featherning, you click this button a few times while holding shift. You either try to outline the background or the picture you want. I only use this option if the background is a solid colour already. The next way is the polygonal lasso tool. This is the main way, pretty much you just start off at a point lets say jason bays helmet, and you pretty much connect the dots around his body, bat, etc. and back to his helmet. Once youve done this just press ctrl+c and then ctrl+v on to the background you want. I dunno if this is the same for gimp, maybe someone will post somehting explaining how to do it on gimp. sorry thats all i could help you with.
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