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Christian kevin j_buot_how_to_use_picmonkey

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How to use PICKMONKEY

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Christian kevin j_buot_how_to_use_picmonkey

  1. 1. HOW TO USE PICMONKEY
  2. 2. OVERVIEW
  3. 3. PicMonkey is an online program that
  4. 4. Lets you create, edit, enhance images in
  5. 5. A very simple way
  6. 6. LETS BEGIN THE TUTORIAL
  7. 7. Open your browser
  8. 8. Click here
  9. 9. Type: picmonkey.com
  10. 10. EDITING SAVE IMAGES
  11. 11. Click Edit
  12. 12. I selected a white background first
  13. 13. Select the butterfly icon
  14. 14. Select Your Own
  15. 15. Select your first picture
  16. 16. Click Open
  17. 17. Resize your image by pulling the corners
  18. 18. I ONLY NEED THE PERSON IN THIS IMAGE AND
  19. 19. THE REST I WILL ERASE
  20. 20. Click Eraser
  21. 21. Select Eraser size
  22. 22. Select Eraser hardness
  23. 23. This is your “Eraser” looks like
  24. 24. Drag your mouse in this area to start erasing
  25. 25. As you can see only the person remains
  26. 26. INSERTING A SECOND IMAGE
  27. 27. Click the butterfly icon for your second image
  28. 28. Click Your Own
  29. 29. Select your second image
  30. 30. Click Open
  31. 31. The second image overlaps the first image
  32. 32. To send the second image at the back
  33. 33. Right click the second image
  34. 34. Select Send to back
  35. 35. Select the corners to resize your second image
  36. 36. INSERTING A BANNER
  37. 37. Click the butterfly icon
  38. 38. Scroll Down
  39. 39. Click Engraved Banners
  40. 40. Click one of the banners
  41. 41. Click the corners to resize the banner
  42. 42. Click Color 1
  43. 43. Choose a Color
  44. 44. Click Color 2
  45. 45. Click the Eyedropper
  46. 46. Click the color you want to copy
  47. 47. Drag the button left and right under Fade
  48. 48. Click Blend models
  49. 49. Click this button to invert the banner sideways
  50. 50. Click this button to invert the banner upside down
  51. 51. Click this to move the direction of the banner
  52. 52. ADDING TEXT
  53. 53. Click the Tt icon
  54. 54. Choose your Font Style here
  55. 55. Click Ours if you want the collection of picmonkey fonts
  56. 56. Click Yours if you want your own fonts from your computer
  57. 57. Click Add Text
  58. 58. Click this box
  59. 59. Highlight your text to change font, style and more
  60. 60. Drag this button to choose your color
  61. 61. Move this button to change the size of the font
  62. 62. Move this button to fade your font
  63. 63. Click this button to BOLD your font
  64. 64. Click this button to ITALIZE your font
  65. 65. Click this button if you want your font at the center
  66. 66. Click this button to invert your text sideways
  67. 67. Click this button to invert your font upside down
  68. 68. If you see a cross cursor you may move the font
  69. 69. Move your font here
  70. 70. Hold this button to and move to rotate your font
  71. 71. DUPLICATING A TEXT
  72. 72. Right click the font
  73. 73. Click Duplicate text
  74. 74. Click the second font to edit
  75. 75. Position your second font and repeat the process
  76. 76. INSERTING FIREWORKS EFFECTS
  77. 77. Click the butterfly icon
  78. 78. Scroll Down
  79. 79. Click Fireworks
  80. 80. Choose the fireworks
  81. 81. Click Blend Modes
  82. 82. Choose Difference
  83. 83. Click this button to resize your image
  84. 84. if you see the cross cursor drag your image to position
  85. 85. ENHANCING SMALL DETAILS
  86. 86. Click the butterfly icon
  87. 87. Click Your Own
  88. 88. I will choose an image that is fire with a white background
  89. 89. Click Open
  90. 90. Resize the image
  91. 91. Click this button to zoom in and out of your image
  92. 92. Drag this button upward to zoom in
  93. 93. Click the fire image
  94. 94. Select Send to back
  95. 95. Click Eraser
  96. 96. Erase the white background
  97. 97. Move the fire closer to the wick
  98. 98. Click here to zoom out
  99. 99. CROPPING THE WHOLE IMAGE
  100. 100. Click the crop button
  101. 101. Click Crop
  102. 102. Picmonkey will give a grid
  103. 103. Move the corners to crop your image
  104. 104. Click Apply
  105. 105. Click Save
  106. 106. The End

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