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When you’re in PicsArt, your options are pretty much, well, limitless tbh. You can time travel back to the 90s with vintage FLTRS, make totally rad Stranger Things fan remixes, edit yourself roller skating on the moon with your childhood cat (R.I.P. 😢) and/or anything in between!  Of course, no one comes out of the gate knowing how to do it all. You gotta start with the basics before making the jump to extraterrestrial family pet level! Lucky for you, our basics are anything BUT. No matter what your skill level, these 5 tutorials will get you making some 🤯 remixes with just a few taps and maybe a swipe or two. 1. Dispersion Tool: Not Just for Murdering Avengers Sure, our one-tap Dispersion Tool can transform any photo into a scene straight out of “Avengers: Infinity War” in a snap,  but it also looks awesome on selfies, landscapes, puppies, avocado toast…basically…

Were you tuned in to the fashion at this year’s Met Gala? This year’s blow-out, star-studed, fashion-forward fundraiser had our favorite theme to date: CAMP. Camp is all about being pop-culture obsessed in the most over-the-top, funny, colorful way possible. That could basically be our Hinge profile. We decided to celebrate the only way we know how: fan art! We picked our favorite looks from the red carpet (it was NOT easy) and went live on our Twitch channel to take them to the next level. Watch them all and let us know which one’s your favorite and which ones you only love TOO MUCH 💖 First up: Ezra Miller Maybe you’re a fan of Ezra from the Harry Potter Fantastic Beasts series or as the Flash in the DC extended Universe. Or maybe you’re a WAY BACK fan who fell in love with him in The Perks of Being…

How much time do you spend on TikTok? For us, once we open the app it’s straight down a rabbit hole where time loses all meaning and we’re giggling out loud to cat videos, duets, pranks, fan art, magic tricks…did we already say cats? But tbh our absolute favorite videos are PicsArt editing tutorials 😍 It’s not really about learning new PicsArt tricks (for that check out YouTube) it’s just mesmerizing (and fun!) to watch people being creative in real time. One trend we’ve been seeing a lot of on TikTok is using the Tiny Decisions wheel to choose fan art to make on PicsArt. These little videos have everything: suspense, creativity, and music —all packed into 15 seconds! We ❤️them so much we made a compilation video of some of our favorites. Whatever your fandom, we got you covered! Want more? Follow @PicsArt on TikTok and share your own fan art tutorials with #PicsArt…

It’s been a month, PicsArtists. From new products and features to spooky tutorials and cozy fall content, it’s hard to believe that October has already come and gone. That’s why we put together a review of our favorite October moments on PicsArt. The month of changing leaves, shorter days and spooky decorations brought us some incredible edits. Here are some of our favorite moments. New On PicsArt via PicsArt Fall brushes and scenes officially brought us out of the sunny days of summer and into spooky season. We can practically feel the leaves crunching beneath our feet as we use these colorful, Autumn-themed tools that just arrived to PicsArt! via PicsArt Calling all 90s babies! We’re tuning in to our favorite decade for throwback trends with four unique image filters, each of them dedicated to a different year in the 1990s.Whether you rocked the grunge look or strutted your stuff…

If you haven’t seen it yet, you have probably heard it from friends and family: Hill House, this year’s most notable Halloween Netflix series, is a must-watch. From haunted houses to eerie childhood memories, the show has all of the classic horror film staples placed in a modern setting. Aside from keeping you awake at night, the haunted house Netflix series offers some seriously cool Halloween edit inspiration. Get ready to channel your inner ghosts, because you can recreate the series’ iconic cover in just a few steps with our latest tutorial. via PicsArt The series follows the children of Shirley Jackson’s classic novel, The Haunting of Hill House, as they journey through life (literally) confronting the ghosts of their pasts. Some of these ghosts lurk in their minds, and some lurk in dark nights, alleyways, and behind closed doors. The only thing that brings everything together is the childhood…

It’s no secret that the PicsArt community loves galaxy and space edits, but the latest trend to pop up on the network is truly out of this world! Lately, we’ve seen the emergence of the Saturn Eye edit. Users are taking pictures of their eyes (or using free-to-edit images) and adding stickers to make them look like the sixth planet from the sun. The results are pretty incredible! Check out some of these stellar edits below. via PicsArt via PicsArt Want to make your own #SaturnEye edit? Just follow the steps below! Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open your eye image in the editor and select the Sticker icon. Search “Saturn” and choose the sticker that you like best by tapping on it. Adjust your sticker’s size and position so that the ring looks like it is orbiting your eye. You can also…

In case you missed the big news last week, here it is again: We’re going LIVE! We’re always looking for fun new ways to do our photo editing tutorials, and this may be the best one yet: Every Wednesday at 11AM PDT, we’ll be hosting a live how-to on our YouTube channel! Why, you ask? Because we want to show you all the awesome stuff you can make with PicsArt, while giving you the chance to ask us questions about it while we’re on air. So every week we’ll be choosing one cool technique or tutorial that we think you’ll love, and we’ll walk you through the process to do it yourself. Cool? Cool. Also, if there’s any edit or technique that you want to learn how to do, let us know! Just tweet at us at @PicsArtStudio at any time with your suggestions and questions — you know we always…

When it comes to editing photos, sometimes two is better than one. This, plus the fact that technology-inspired photo edits are everywhere right now (glitchy selfies, anyone?), gave us our inspo for this ultra-cool double exposure remix. Thanks to a little help from the Add Photo Tool, you can take your double exposure skills to the next level with this DIY projection screen photo edit. Follow this easy photo editing tutorial to create a new and improved double exposure faster than ever! Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open your picture in the photo editor. Tap on the Add Photo icon and select the photo you want to add. Tap on “Blend” and change the blending mode to “Overlay.” Tap on “Opacity” and bring the opacity down to about 70. Tap on “Apply.” Tap on the Draw icon. Tap on the layers icon in…

Your Bitmoji keyboard is full of options, but sometimes they’re still not quite what you’re looking for. Sure they might look like the cartoon version of you, but do they have your signature smh expression that all of your squad has come to recognize? And wouldn’t it be great if you could slap a custom sticker that looks like you and pertains to your inside jokes into the convo? Well good news fam, now you can! We’re going to show you how to make an IRL Bitmoji with all of your favorite selfies. Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android or Windows. Tap on the pink plus sign and select “Sticker.” Take a selfie! Draw an outline around your head and tap on the arrow in the top right corner. If necessary, refine your selection using the eraser and paintbrush icons at the bottom of the screen.…