Pro tip: If you’d like to learn more about how to play with your eye color, try using our Prism photo effect!
In this step-by-step tutorial, we’ll show you how to use the photo editor to place galactic clipart on your image and give it a supernatural feel. Read on to learn how to do it, and then share your edits with the hashtag #Galaxy!
Step 1: Select Galactic Clipart
Open your image in the photo editor. Next, tap the Clipart icon and from the tab titled Stardust, select the image you like most.
Step 2: Place Clipart on Image
The clipart will be placed onto your image and you will want to adjust the position slightly. You can do so by dragging the arrows in the corner of the clipart image so that the object rotates to the desired position. Use the slider to reduce the opacity—this will make it easier for you to erase the extra parts of the clipart image so that it blends in seamlessly to your picture!
Step 3: Open Brush Tool
You will want to touch up the clipart so that it will look convincing. You can do this by tapping the paintbrush icon next to the opacity slider. Tap on the circle icon to open the brush settings menu.
Step 4: Clean Up Your Clipart
Select the size of your brush (you can also use the sliders to adjust the opacity and hardness of your brush) and tap on the check mark to confirm. Use your finger or stylus to erase the excess areas of the clipart image—in this case, the area outside of the iris. Tap the check mark to confirm your changes.
Step 5: Increase Opacity to Add Intensity
Use the slider to adjust the opacity a bit to add some last-minute intensity to your image. When finished, tap the check mark to confirm your changes. Save your image and share it in the app with the hashtag #Galaxy!
If you’d like to learn more about how to play with your eye color on PicsArt photo editor and collage maker, check out our Prism Effect tutorial!