Introduction: Turn Your Pet Into a Demon for Free Using Picnik!

About: Hiya. I like macrame, cats, dogs, horror movies, making things, breaking things, cake pops & music. I am home schooled due to chronic illness, so if I don't come on here much that is why.

Do you want to turn your pet into a demon, zombie or vampire for Halloween? Easy!

Using Picnik you can, and the best thing is you don't need to upgrade to the premium account to get this look! =]

(The photos of the rabbit and dog I just downloaded from Google Images then edited.)

Step 1: Upload

Click "Get Started Now"

Then "Upload A Photo" and choose a picture from your hardrive.

Then you can Auto Fix it, or play about with exposure using "Basic Edits" I just Auto Fixed it and went straight to "Feautured"!

Step 2: Eyes

The husky already has very pale, blue eyes so I chose Vampire Eyes in Red.

During Halloween it's under "Featured" or any other time of year it's under "Seasonal".

Alter the size of the brush and swoosh over the eyes, you can also fade the colour if you like.
There is also "Ghoul Eyes" a little further down the page is you are going for a more zombie-ish look.

I then used Face Paint, In red with a tiny brush to redden the eyes bit more.

Step 3: Fur

I applied a very faded layer of "Dracular Dermis" in "Fed" to give it a more Gold look to it.

I also darkend the fur using "Face Paint" in Black with a large brush.

Drag it over the ears, forehead and back then faded it slightly.
I also used the same technique to highlight the fur using White, between the eyes and tip of the nose.

Step 4: Background

I wanted the background to be a grey-ish black.

I used the face paint again in black.
It comes out quite pale so I re-applied it twice and added the effect "Vignette" to also darken the corners a bit more!

Step 5: Coat

I wasn't happy with the coat (perfectionist!) so I used a yellow and black face paint to the body and ears of the dog to give it a darker, more sinister look.

Step 6: Finishing Touches!

This step is optional, I reddened around the eyes with "Vampire Eyes" and added a red filter using face paint, using a giant brush and applying it all over the picture, then fading away most of it just to give a blood-red casting to the photo.

Step 7: Save- and Your Done!

So, there you have it. Click "Save & Share" then save to your hardrive where you can then share it to social networking sites or print it out!

You can do a more zombie-esk look with Ghool Eyes, and yellow and green face paint.
...or a vampire with fangs and bright red eyes!
I went for a Demon look.

It's totally up to you, play about with it! This is just my interpretation of it.

Please remember to Vote for me in the Halloween Photo editing contest and If you do make this, please post the picture! Any questions let me know in the comment section

I hope this instructable has been helpful to you-

Neon Panda

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