Introduction: Popup Facebook Picture
Hey everyone! All the pictures in the comments look awesome, and I've seen all kinds of people use this (Freddie Wong for example... sweet!) but unfortunately, Facebook's been changed and this doesn't work at all anymore. There are ways to do something similar and I'm working on an all new Instructable, but until then, this instructable will serve as a memorial of the older more simple Facebook...
I've got some fun ideas to try out when the new Facebook "Timeline" profile hits... Whenever that is. Look out for a new Instructable whenever Facebook releases that.
This how to make your Facebook Profile Picture look like it's transparent, or popping out of the page! You can even do what I did and make it look like it's behind the page, poking out!
Step 1: What You Need
Here's what you need to make your pop-up picture!
-A Camera, or a picture that you want to use.
-Photoshop, or the GIMP, or even Paint will do.
-The attached picture. (right click and save as)
Step 2: Get the Picture
First, get your picture.
Try to pick one that would make an interesting pop-up. If you are going to be making it look like you are peeking out from behind the white part of the page, hold a big white piece of paper in front of you to make the next step easier.
Step 3: Make It Pop Up/Out/In
Now, using Photoshop, or the GIMP, or some other image editing program that supports layers, cut out your image and get rid of the background. If you don't know how to go that, Google it.
Then, after it's cut out, copy it and paste it onto the background image. (You'll have to right click and save that image) You'll probably have to resize your image because the background image is very small.
Keep in mind, if you want to the image to be taller, you can't add height to it. You need to make the bottom part, the white part, longer. If you resize the grey/blue part, the image won't line up.
Step 4: Upload It!
When you set the finished image as your profile picture, the line in Facebook's layout matches with the line in the picture, making a seamless transparent image.
If it doesn't line up, move the image up or down a few pixels and try again.
Also, keep in mind, Facebook changes its layout a lot, making the image not line up. When it does, I'll try to update this Instructable.
UPDATE: I've been told by people here and friends on Facebook that the image doesn't always line up. This could be for several reasons like different monitor resolutions or browser settings, etc. So keep that in mind.
UPDATE AGAIN: If you do it, make a screen capture and put it in a comment down below! You can censor your name, like I did, if you want, but I just want to see how these come out!