Time: 30 minutes
Tools: Adobe Photoshop (or a similar photo-editing software)
Step 1: Summary of Steps
1. Creating the silhouette
2. Adding the bullet hole
3. Adding the dripping blood
I've attached blood drip and bullet hole images for you.
Step 2: Silhouette
1. Use the "Pen" tool, located in the tool bar, to create a path. Then right click on the path and choose "make selection" with a feather radius of "0".
2. Once the selection is made, create a new blank layer and use a black paint brush to fill the selection with black.
3. Create a new "Solid Color" layer, and fill it with white. Move the white background behind the black silhouette.
Step 3: Bullet Hole
2. Because the silhouette is pure black, we can just darken and soften the edges of the bullet hole. Choose the "Burn Tool" from the toolbar and select "Shadows." Choose a medium sized brush with a soft edge. Set "Flow" to around 25% and "Opacity" to 100%.
3. Lightly brush around the edges of the bullet hole image until the edges are blended into the silhouette.
Step 4: Dripping Blood
1. Open the dripping blood file in photoshop. Use the "Quick Selection Tool" with a tolerance of around 15 to select and delete the white background.
2. Drop the blood drips into the image and place them so that the top is just above the bullet hole.
3. Use the eraser to delete any unnecessary drips, as well as to round the top of the drips to create the appearance that the blood is running out of the hole.