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In this instructable I'll demonstrate a reproducible photo-edit that is simple, graphic and striking. For the purposes of this demonstration, I chose a photograph of Abraham Lincoln because ...
This photo-edit is comprised of three basic steps: 1. Creating the silhouette 2. Adding the bullet hole 3. Adding the dripping blood I've attached blood drip and bullet ...
Once you'e chosen a photograph, open it in Photoshop. Turning the photograph into a silhouette requires creating a selection, filling it with black, and adding a white background. ...
1. Open the bullet hole image in Photoshop and place it on the silhouette. Edit the scale and placement until you're satisfied. You'll notice there's still a square ...
The last step in creating this image is to add the dripping blood. 1. Open the dripping blood file in photoshop. Use the "Quick Selection Tool" with a ...
That's it! For a spook, print out a copy of your silhouette and put it into an antique oval frame, like these images are known for and hang ...
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