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You can make anyone into the Joker. This Instructable is inspired by the movie The Dark Knight. I used this simple camera phone picture of my daught...
Bring the photo in who you want to turn into the Joker. (I prefer someone who is already smiling in the photo.) Save the file and name it what ever y...
Make a copy of the Original layer and call this layer Liquify. (This is where it gets interesting.)
"Liquify" or use your photo editor to distort the image. Go to Image then Liquify.
In this step she is really looking like the Joker. Use the Foward Warp Tool in Photoshop or your photo editor's equivalent. Push out the corners of ...
Make a new layer with nothing in it. Call it "Color." Make sure the "Color" Layer is selected. Use the Brush Tool to paint black around the eyes. Th...
With the "Color" Layer selected. Use the Gaussian Blur under Filter-Blur then Gaussian Blur, or your Photo editor's equivalent tool, and blur the hec...
Make a copy of the "Color" Layer. The new layer's name will not be important. (As it will be merged later.) I used the Multiply setting on the Layer...
Merge the "Color," "Color Copy" and "Liquify" Layers together into one by RIGHT clicking and choose Merge Layers. (This step may be different on your ...
Make a copy of the "Color & Liquify 1" Layer Call it "Color & Liquify 2" Use the Lasso Tool (Photoshop) to select the background around the person. ...
Add a glow to give off a whiter face like the Joker. If your subject has a darker skin tone you can use white paint on the face and use the same in St...
Now that your almost done add the final effects. Make a copy of "Color& Liquify 2" Layer and call this layer "Hard Light." Under the Layer settings ...
In this photo the eyes are hard to see so I used the Dodge tool to lighten them up. Use the Dodge tool. Under the Range setting make sure "Midtones"...
Make a copy of the "Finished" layer and call it "Desaturate." Make sure the "Desaturate" Layer is selected. Go to Image-Adjustments then Desaturate....
Looking Scary for such a cute girl.
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