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How to cut out faces and put them on another picture using photoscape?

07/20/2011 07:12 by ThomasOakes

First answer posted by BrianHimlie at 07/20/2011 07:14
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  • BrianHimlie
    1. Launch Photoscape. Click on the "File" button and select "Open File." Choose a picture of the face you wanna cut out.
    2. Navigate to the editing menu at the bottom of the window. Click on the "Crop" tab and select the lasso tool. Click on the image, just below your chin. Drag the mouse around the edge of your head. Release the mouse when you complete the circle. If the picture you wish to add the face to contains a hairstyle you would like to include, make the circle around your face and do not include the hair.
    3. Right-click on the face and scroll to "Copy."
    4. Click on the "File" menu and scroll to "Open." Select the picture that contains the body to which you will add your face.
    5. Resize the image window by clicking on the edge of the image area and dragging it outwards.
    6. Right-click on a white, empty area of the window and scroll to "Paste." Keep the image of your face highlighted and click on the "Tools" tab. Select the Resize tool. Click on the corner of your face. Drag it outwards to make the face larger and drag it inwards to make the face smaller.
    7. Drag the face over the face on the body. If you can still see the original face under your face, resize your face further. You may wish to turn down the contrast by clicking on the "Home" tab and clicking on the black and white square in the top-left corner. This turns the contrast to the lowest setting, blurring the lines between your face and the body.

  • Was this answer helpful? 10 · 07/20/2011 07:14
  • AlbertAzose
  • You have to first combine them into one file under the combine tab.

    Then you can take the pixels and clone them in.

    I would suggest trying to only do the face itself, don't go out the boundaries of the head.
  • Was this answer helpful? 10 · 07/20/2011 07:14
  • DanielSimon
  • In photoshop, we did this to crop out somone's face:
    1. Initialize Adobe Photoshop and select the "Open" option under the "File" control panel. Locate and select the image you wish to crop.
    2. Select the "Zoom Tool" from the tool panel and drag a zoom marquee around the face you wish to crop out.
    3. Select the "Pen Tool" from the tool panel and create anchor points all the way around the face you wish to crop out. There should be an anchor point on the ends of each curve in the face. Close the path by selecting the first anchor point while the cursor has a small circle next to it.
    4. Right-click on the "Pen Tool" until the fly-down menu appears, and select the "Add Anchor Point" tool. Click on the middle of each path created by the Pen tool to create the necessary contour points. Click "Command +" ("Control +" in Windows) and drag each point out until it fits the curve of the face.
    5. Right-click on the face and select "Make Selection." A crawling dashed line will appear around the selected area.
    6. Press "Delete" to remove the face from the image, or select "Edit -> Copy" in order to copy it for use in another image. If copying, open your new image and select "Edit -> Paste." The face will appear in the new image and can be transformed as desired in the new file.
  • Was this answer helpful? 10 · 12/27/2011 03:43
  • PPrashanth
  • Thank you very much. if there are some pictures to show these steps will be better.
  • Was this answer helpful? 10 · 12/27/2011 03:44
  • JPhillippy
  • Follow these to crop the "head":

    1. Select the "Crop" tab at the bottom of the Photoscape window.
    2. Select the "Crop Freely" option from the drop-down menu.
    3. Click and hold your cursor on the image to select a cropping area.
    4. Click "Crop" to finalize the changes.

  • Was this answer helpful? 10 · 12/27/2011 03:46
  • nonas
  • I can,t find the lasso tool which BrianHimlie told about
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 02/27/2012 08:52
  • Anonymous user
  • Ewan ko.... Paano nga ba???????
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 05/23/2012 04:49
  • Anonymous user
  •  yes i am also download the photo shop software
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 08/28/2012 13:18
  • Anonymous user
  • waht version of photoshop ??

  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 10/28/2012 04:25
  • Anonymous user
  • ممتاز  شكرا لكم

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  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 10/08/2013 19:09
  • Anonymous user
  • This is advice for PHOTOSHOP,  not for PHOTOSCAPE :///
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 05/25/2014 16:38
  • Anonymous user
  • Hanggulo hindi ko alam eh... pa'no ba?
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 10/04/2014 05:09
  • Anonymous user
  • seems to have dissapeared on photoscape.... I know it was on there before, but can't find it now. 
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 07/21/2015 12:25
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