If your dog is like mine, aka 60 lbs of friendly fluff, then you might about making them just a bit scarier for Halloween.
This is an fun way to make any pet photo Halloween Art.
You will need:
Picnik photo editor
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Step 1: Creepy Eyes
Upload your photo. Go to Top Menu Bar and choose Featured.
From the Featured menu choose Vampire Eyes.
Set Brush Size to 55%, Contrast to 45%, and Fade to 20%.
Dab your dog's eye with the brush.
Step 2: Blood!
From the Featured menu choose Bloodstains.
Use the brush to dab blood along the dogs mouth and chin.
Step 3: Tweak the Exposure
On the Top Menu Bar choose Basic Edits.
Lower the Exposure to -17.
Raise both Shadows and Highlights to 11.
Step 4: Add the Grain
Go to the Top Menu Bar and choose Effects. From the Effects menu choose Film Grain.
Choose the Light setting.
Set Amount to 30%.
Step 5: Set Zoom
From the Effects menu choose Focal Zoom.
Set Zoomieness (their word, not mine!), Focal Size and Edge Hardness to 50%.
Set Advanced Modes to Hardlight.
Use mouse to focus only on the dog's face.
Step 6: De-Saturate
Go to Basic Edits and choose Colors.
Lower Saturation to -43.
Raise Temperature to 15.
Step 7: Done!
And there you have it, your very own creepy demon-dog!
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