Sliced

Learn how to slice and splice your pictures for awesome graphic edits.

Watch the video tutorial hereDownload the tutorial here

Step 1

Open your picture in the photo editor. Tap on the Tools icon and select the Shape Crop Tool.

Step 2

Select the circle shape. Drag the arrow icon to adjust the size of the shape, and drag it over the area of your picture you’d like to crop. Tap on “Apply” to confirm.

Step 3

Use the slider at the bottom of the screen to bring the border size down to zero. Tap on “Crop.”

Step 4

Tap on the Draw icon to open your picture in Draw.

Step 5

Tap on the layers icon to open the layers drawer. With the top layer selected, tap on on the paint bucket icon.

Step 6

Select a bright blue color and tap on the check mark to confirm.

Step 7

Drag your top layer to the bottom.

Step 8

Tap on the photo layer to select it.

Step 9

Tap on the three-dot icon and select “Transform.”

Step 10 

Use two fingers to adjust the size of your image and drag it to place it on the canvas. Tap on the check mark to confirm.

Step 11

Tap on the three-dot icon and select “Copy.”

Step 12

Tap on the three-dot icon again, and select “Transform.”

Step 13

Drag your photo layer slightly to the left and tap on the check mark to confirm.

Step 14

Tap on the layers icon to close the layers drawer.

Step 15

Tap on the eraser icon and then tap to open the Shape Tool. This will allow you to erase parts of your layer using geometric shapes.

Step 16

Select the square shape and make sure that the Fill option is selected. Tap on the check mark to confirm.

Step 17

Create a rectangular shape. Use the arrow icons to adjust the size and the orientation and drag it so that it runs diagonally across your image. Open the layers drawer.

Step 18

Select the second photo layer and then close the layers drawer.

Step 19

Create a second rectangular shape and place it on the bottom half of your picture. Tap on the paintbrush icon.

Step 20

Use the Color Chooser to switch to a bright yellow color. Open the Shape Tool again. 

Step 21

Keep the same settings for the Shape Tool. Tap on the check mark to confirm. 

Step 22

Create a thin rectangular shape and place it along the gap in your picture.

Step 23

When you’re done, tap on “Apply.” 

 

Step 24

Tap on the arrow icon to finish. Save your picture and share it on PicsArt with the hashtag #Sliced!

Image by Halay Alex/Shutterstock.com.

Suggested Tutorials

Double Exposure

Double Exposure

In this tutorial, we'll show you how to combine photographs and Clipart to create a stunning multiple exposure image. (Hint: It's a lot easier than it looks!)

Silhouette Stencil

Silhouette Stencil

Learn how to create your own silhouette Clipart and use it to create a custom stencil for your images.

Teen Witch

Teen Witch

Bored with the mortal world? Here’s a quick trick for turning up the magic in your pictures like the best teen witch.