One Direction

30&31AMdos

The first image (left) shows the original photograph. Next, make a blank white image in any app, I used Brushes but Sketchbook Mobile and other apps will do just as well.

Next, bring the white background image you created in brushes and the figure into Juxtaposer so that they are on two separate layers. Carefully erase all the background around the figure.

Note: Toonpaint has one of the best erasing tools allowing you to zoom in very close to do fine detail work.

Bring the cutout image into Toonpaint and make it black and white (below, left). Play around with the black and grey until you are happy with it. In my case I only used the black setting. Save it, then bring the black and white figure into PicPixelArt. Select the brown rectangle as shown (below, right) to change the background colour. Then select the studio, the big long button on the bottom right.

The areas circled in red below are the controls to play with the colour. You can choose any colour and texture. In this case, I chose the colour blue (below, right).


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Now we’re going to zone 1(scissor icon) and select the image 2 circled in red below (left). Select and ok it as shown below.(right image)


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Select the button indicated by the no. 5 (below, left). 6. This option is to add other images and is good for making collages. Then press the green button (bottom, right).

Add the figure image that we have previously worked on and select. Press ok. Continue to add images. Press ok. Now let’s add a new look to our work. You can do it in Brushes, you can make any kind of arrow, circles or forms that you believe would be suitable.


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Add image to PicPixelArt and re-do the process before. Press go to the studio. (bottom right long button). Select image and Press ok.


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Select the area marked in red (below, left). Select the square marked in red (below, right).

Select multiple areas of the arrow with the square And Press ok. Select 1 Select 2 And added arrow.

Open Iris Photos Suite to apply some great filters. With the image in Iris, select FX , select Misc Fx and select Inverted. Press Apply. Press Fx , select comic scene and press apply. Then select the button (ringed in red colour shown below).


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Select the red area, One-Touch button, then select Grunge and Save.Open image in PicPixelArt to add new image. Go to the studio. Now we will add more images in this case, a new arrow that you can make in Brushes. In PicPixelArt, go the studio. Repeat the same steps as when you made the previous arrow.

 

Add the arrow. You can play with the zoom to make it smaller or adust as you wish. Finally use the app Tripping Fest: With this app we can make any geometric chape and change the background colour.In this case I choose a thin red line.


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In PicPixelArt, we return to the same process with the arrows and the image is finished. Save it.

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