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How To Make Funny Cartoons With Existing Pictures
Hi guys, welcome to GEEKcompNERD’s Computer Zone Show. In this tutorial, I’m going to be doing a quick review on a program called Cartoon Maker with which you can make funny and amazing cartoons with existing pictures that you have so you can actually create personalized cartoons of your friends, family and even famous people using a number of different techniques by distortation and adding sketch effects. You can add sketch effects to show as if someone is actually sketched out the entire thing with a pencil or a pen. So it's a pretty amazing program, nice and fun to use; let’s check it out.
Once you’re on my site, you’ll actually have to download it. go to my website geekcompnerd.tk to download this program, go to this site and click download depot file find all types of software and games; click on that and it’ll take you to a page where all my download tab you can see there’s a 23 uploaded files, you have to find the cartoon maker, it's in there. This is how the resulting page would look; in here is a little preview on how and what you can do with it.
Here are the little sketch effect and distortation effects that you can do. Click on download from mirror, it’ll take you to the rapid share site; click on download and the file that you will get are the cartoon maker set-up which is the set-up and the serials. The cartoon maker is not a free program, though I’ve provided you guys with the serial and the name. All the trial limitations will be removed so you can use it as if you’ve actually bought it.
Once you’ve opened it up, you’ll have to go to help and register, mine is already registered so it doesn’t show that option. You’ve got your cartoon maker registered and open for running, now you’ll only have to do is open up the picture that you want to make a cartoon of, click on that little sign and click on the picture. I want to use my helper pictures that I have. Say I want to make a sketch effect, this is how the actual picture looks but I want to give it a sketch effect. I can choose a pen or a pencil effect. If I’ll click on pencil, it’ll make the entire thing into a pencil sketch and it's pretty amazing. If I’ll click on pen, it’ll make it into a pen sort of effect. That’s for doing that, if you click on this it’ll give you the option to erase things out like so and actually just edit this if you want to.
That’s just a thing part of it, if I open up the file again you’ll see that there is a distortation and twisting thing effect. If I’m going to distort the image, I can do it spherically, either vertically or horizontally. For each one I’m going to show you a little demonstration.
For spherical, you can either expand it outwards or inward. If I’ll expand something outward, say I want to expand the eye outward I just choose to make the eye bigger. If I want to make the mouth smaller, just click that to make it smaller and push it inwards.
Vertically, it expands the thing vertically upwards and it’ll make it smaller if you do the same thing. Then horizontally, you’ll make it wider, thicker, or thinner. If you click on that, it’ll make those fingers thicker. If you click on that, say for the hand, it’ll make the hands extremely small and the finger extremely small.
Lastly, if you want to twist something you can actually twist it all around. I have the twisting effect, I want to twist the mouse clockwise; twist the keyboard, I can also do that. The little hand is for stretching things. if want to stretch these finger upwards I can just do that to make the arm longer, make the key board longer and actually I’m just messing around the entire picture. It's pretty fun to do. You can actually edit things like that and after you do that, you can make a sketch effect so nice then you can save the picture and go back to how the actual photo looked and always do a little quick print of it.
That’s it for this tutorial, just a nice quick preview on this amazing little program. I actually find it quite fun to work on when I’m bored. I hope you guys enjoyed this, go ahead and download the program. When you download from our website you’ll have to register yourself and once you’ve that you can also just head out to the farms and just spend some time there,
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