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Gimp tutorial, in this video you will learn how to replace someone's face on your images.
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Hey guys! This time, I just want to share with you another GIMP tutorial. Now, this is another GIMP tutorial that means I have other GIMP tutorials that you might want to check out, they’re on my channel. And GIMP is a freeware program, pretty much like Photoshop. And in this video, I’m just going to share with you how to paste or transfer one’s face in to another’s head. And this idea was given tome by one of my viewers called micahhoney I’m not sure if I pronounced it right. So anyway it says here, “Basically, I’m trying cut out famous persons head and put it onto of my friend’s body. So, I know what you’re trying to do, it’s a trick, it’s you know making it look like your with some popular people instead of your friends and that’s a really cool trick that’s why featuring this in the video.
So, I’m just going to teach a basic thing you can do, it’s a very simple way of doing this and I’m going to use two famous actors that we see on TV or movies particularly from Disney Channel. So, I have a Joe and Zach Efron. So, what I’m trying to do here is to transfer Zack’s face into Joe’s head and make it look like this is Zack instead of Joe. So, let’s get started.
Okay, so here’s our two images. So, make sure their faces have the same size. And as you can see on our original picture Joe’s head is about the half the size of the picture. So, this is 470x583 pixels half of it is roughly around 235 something. So, I just estimated it to be by 250x250. So, it really depends on you on how you would perform your trial and error because basically you have to match the heads of your images.
So in my case, since this is a smaller version of the picture, I have to estimate the size of the close-up picture of Zack here because the dimensions are not the same. So, just make sure the heads or the sizes of the heads match, so you can smoothly replace your pictures, faces okay.
So, we need our paths tool here, then just rough the cut Zack’s face. So, I’m just doing this very quickly to show you guys, please take your time in doing this. So, I’m just going to line it with the face, go to select, hit from path, go to edit, and then cut and then we go to our other picture and then hit paste. Here’s your new image or new face and we’re basically going to align it with our old face using our move tool.
So, make sure the answer is still or the dotted lines, the moving dotted lines. And then we go to use our eraser tool, basically just going to erase some parts. And then, we go to our smudge tool and just smudge the edges a bit.
So roughly, I had changed the face of our old image. So, I just turn Joe into bit off High School Musical thing going on there. So anyway, this is just a rough demonstration. So, you guys can do better. Take your time in doing this. You could also change the color of some parts of the face or the body by the Color Picker. And then, the brush tool to color it off.
So, there you go. This is just a neat way of replacing one’s face with another or with another’s face, and again, the one who gave me this idea micahhoney, I’m not sure if I pronounce it right, but anyway thank you for your suggestion it was really cool, and also, to all those who had requested video tutorials, just watch out for those. I’ll be making them soon, more videos to come. To all my subscribers who appreciate, I appreciate the sup. If you have any question at all about my videos or other things related, just message here in YouTube and I’ll get to them as soon as I can. Also I advise you guys to check on my YouTube partners, they’re on my channel and they’re just a click away. So, there you go, thanks for watching this video and as always, just have fun. See you guys!