With PicsArt, you can do some really wild editing tricks on any mobile device with surprising ease of use. Play doctor Frankenstein and create your own monster by making a super beast from the parts of different animals. Make pigs fly and horses meow, put a snakes head on a cats body, break all of natures rules and have fun along the way. Thinking of what animals you want to mix together may even be the hardest part of the process. Here is a tutorial to show you step by step how it’s done using the PicsArt app.
Step 1: Upload a Photo with Your First Animal
Upload an animal photo to supply the first half of your beast with an appropriate background, whether it’s a cloudless sky or tall-grassed field.*
Step 2: Free Crop
Select the Add Photo icon from the menu bar below the screen and upload an animal photo to supply the second half of your beast. When added, you will be prompted with editing option, choose the scissors for free cropping your photo. Choose between free crop options. You can use your finger to paint the piece of the animal you want to keep in red or you can use the lasso tool to trace the contours of the piece you want to select. You can adjust the brush size and zoom in for precision work and combine both tools for more precise selection. Confirm when done.
Step 3: Position the Second Half
Adjust the size and position of the newly imported section of your animal, whether it is the head, or legs.
Step 4 : Fuze the Halves
Drag and position the newly imported second half, attaching it to the first photo. Adjust the size, so that the two halves fit snuggly together. Try out different blending modes to combine the photos and adjust the opacity, if required.
Step 5: Apply Effects
Apply any PicsArt effect to make your photo look more realistic. Your new beast is now ready to try its luck in the wild.
Congratulations, it’s alive!
*If your first animal doesn’t have the appropriate background, you can initially upload a background photo and then add two different animal halves to it using the Add Photo and Free Crop functions.