For an animation a friend and myself were doing in class, we decided to make a rap video, involving everyone who was  taking the comtech course this semester. We wanted different heads on different bodies, and orignally we were going to cut and paste using magazines, but quickly decided we could edit all the bodies on photoshop. 
All the bodies and heads don't fit together perfectly, and we sort of wanted it that way, for comical value.

Step 1: What Programs to Use/Materials.

The only thing you'll really need for this, is photoshop, and your imagination!
Open photoshop, then open the photo of your choice.
do you have any tips for getting really good blending between the head and the body?
On the tool bar in photoshop, there will be a tool that looks like a stamp(you want the 'clone stamp tool') you hold and press 'Alt' and it'll copy the color and pattern of where ever you've clicked. You could go over the differnt areas making it the same color. Though this is a little difficult to do, and i'd suggest making the Opacity alot lower then 100%. I personally think it ends up looking better. <br>Theres also a little icon on the side that looks like a drop of water. <br>in there, there are two tools i would reccoment, the smudge tool, and the blur tool(more the blur then the smudge) <br>The blur tool makes everything well..blurry when you're going over it, making the lines blend a little better together. The smudge tool..sort of moves it around. I'd lower the strength of it if your using the smudge tool. <br> <br> <br>One other way, you could probably do it, is if you the section of the body, and the head where they come together, and make the opacity a little lower on one or the other. It would make it look more like the color or pattern is changing into the other. <br> <br>Akk, i really hoped this helped in some way!

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