Introduction: 3D Effect Walking Dead Poster

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As you can tell I'm a HUGE walking dead fan and made one of these for a friends bday present and liked how it turned out I made myself one lol

It's simple, easy and better yet CHEAP!!

I did mine for about £3 !!!

Step 1: You Will Need....

For this instructable you will need...

2 photo frames ( your choice on size ) I chose A4 and they were only £1 each from my local pound shop

A photo printer with ink helps lol or 2 images same size to use

Photo paper if you haven't got your images ( again £1 for 12 sheets from pound store ) but I already had some from previous bits



And that's it.....

Step 2: Plan Your Picture

As you can tell from the title of the instructable I decided to used the walking dead promo poster for my idea

Should you wish to choose another theme I found Google was a great way to search and print your own images

Once you have your 2 printed images you need to decide what you want your dimensions to be and work out the fore ground and back ground

With my image I choose to simply have 'Rick' and the bus he is stood on with a 3D effect

Step 3: Trial and Error

This took some planned but in the end I decided to just go with it

I took one image and using scissors and a exacto knife cut the section I wanted to stand out of the picture like show in the pictures

Step 4: Background

Now with the fore ground down and trimmed correctly all you need to do is mount the background in the second frame as you with a normal picture

Take the first picture frame remove the backing and lightly glue in small amounts the first cut out pic to the glass in line with where it will line up

At this point I used the black clips from the first pic to keep the glass in just without the backing and then lined up the 2 frames with the images

Step 5: Stick the Frames Together

To do this I used my trusty old glue gun and simply but a few drops to glue one to the other but you can use what ever glue is handy

Step 6: Sit Back and Enjoy

Now all is assembled and backings on your free to display and enjoy your work

This can be used with lots of other posters and pictures too even comics or family pictures would make excellent gifts