Magic Wand tool: This is useful if the Background behind the render is different from most of the colors within the render. Use this to get as close as you can without getting inside the render. Marquee Tool (Selection tool): this is best used to get out those pesky dots of color left over by the Magic wand tool. This saves time on Erasing with a brush. Eraser: You will use this quite abit, but not as much as the next tool. You will want to use this to get as close as you can without getting inside the pixels of your render. you usually want to use the eraser as a smaller brush, nothing over 20 pixels, unless your editing quite a large photo. Smudge Tool: This is the ultimate tool for render editing. If you have a Background that has colors that blend your Render,or you have some edges that just cant be edited with any other toold, then i recommend this brush highly. teaming this with the eraser will be your best tools. Note: You dont always want to use this at its fullest settings, i recomment around a 45 - 60 setting, and use wit ha circualr brush, that is key because it wont have the harsh edges like a square brush would. If all else fails in your render editing, then i just suggest getting it as close as you can, then putting it in the graphic that you made, then celecthing it by Clicking the layer while holding Ctrl, and then going to Select>Feather And depending if its a large picture or not with smaller renders go for about a 5-15 pixel radius, for larger pictures go with about a 20-45 pixel radius. What this will do is blend the outsides of your render into the graphic, giving it a clean and finished look.. Im sorry that this was long winded and without pictures.. MAybe if i get some time later i will get some screens and slap em in here.. Well as always, thanks for reading, and keep on PSin.