I push pixels around

I heart photo editting apps, and pushing pixels around is fun.

I use FluidFx (set to “image sculpt”) to push the pixels around… enlarging an eye, fattening a lip, raising an eyebrow, creating a smirk, and more is entertaining to me. Then, i run it through ToonPaint app.

I snap selfie pics a lot, then when I’m standing in line at the grocery store, riding along in the car as a passenger, or any other spare moment, you can find me pushing pixels around.

The first photo is the original on the left, and the two “afters” are on the right.

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This next photo was created using the same method.

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In this third photo, I used one of my favorites of me and Mitch. It went through WordFoto app.

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All of these photos were labeled using Phonto app.

I actually had a much longer tutorial style post written for these photos, but I think that it’s easier for you to just comment or email me (Amberdhenson {at} att {dot} net) if you need help with the app. Trust me. Working with these particular apps is easy.

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In this next photo: “picblender” app shows a blend of one of my selfies and a farm photo that i snapped between Liitle Rock and Memphis, 2) a quote and a selfie, then 3) and 4) show a selfie blended with one of my pots of chives that I’m growing, labeled with “labelbox” app…

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Lastly, “tinyplanets” app featuring my house:

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Posted on July 29, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Love these – your Fluid FX shots are way better than the samples shown on the app page in iTunes!

    • 😀 Thanks! 😀 In FluidFX, there are several different “tool” options. It will even record video! I just went and looked at the app store… I’m not sure which of the tools they used inside the app to create their display photos, but I almost exclusively use the “image sculpt” tool setting!

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