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Old 06-20-2009, 02:49 PM
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How to Edit Stuff to Have a Picture on Them

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Have you ever wanted to edit something to have a picture on it? It looks kinda cool right? Well now you can! Here's a tutorial [100% by Friez] on how to do so.

1. Open up a photo-editing program. For mine, I use Adobe Photoshop 6.0.

2. Paste on your "to be edited" picture. Say, if you were editing a pair of shorts, paste the shorts onto the document

3. Find a picture that you want ON the "to be edited" picture. If you wanted the shorts to have a picture of a snowy mountain, get a picture of a snowy mountain

4. Paste that picture onto the document, on top of the other picture. DO NOT resize this image.

5. Lower the opacity on the top image. [The snowy mountain] Make it so that you can still see the shorts (or whatever) THROUGH the image.

6. Now, here comes the tricky part. Cut around the shorts on the top layer, so that the image is only on the shorts, and not on the background. Make sure you're very careful.

7. Like the example on this picture here, there are holes in the shorts, the inside of the shorts are showing, and the button is also there. Cut the "snowy mountain" picture out of the inside of the shorts, button, and holes, or anything that you don't want to be textured.

That's about it! If you have any additional questions, PM me.
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Thanks so much for the tut(:
Here's my outcome of it;

any suggestions to make it look better?
I know there is a little white around the edges,
but I kind of did it in a hurry.
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Erm, anyone here know how to change opacity levels on Paint.Net?
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Thanks so much for the tut(:
Here's my outcome of it;

any suggestions to make it look better?
I know there is a little white around the edges,
but I kind of did it in a hurry.
That's cool! Good job! I guess the only thing that would make it better is the cutting, but then again, you were in a hurry. x]

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Erm, anyone here know how to change opacity levels on Paint.Net?
No, sorry. ]: You could try looking online though... that's my only suggestion...
 

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