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Hey guys! This time I just want to share with you another site and this is how to turn yourself into a lego block head thingy or whatever. Anyway, it’s a lego block head and I know I had made videos about turning yourself into a South Park character or a Vampire or Simpsons character even a Mango character from my previous videos. So here’s a new one, it’s from reasonablyclever.com and it basically allows you to turn yourself into a block head or a lego block head. It’s an icon generator or an avatar maker and basically it can alter the way it looks to your own preferences.
So, let’s change the background to green because I like green, I'm going to change the hair. Okay, my hair is black, here we go. So, I’m just going to change the head color, I’ll go with this one; glasses, okay I’ll go with this one. They have a variety of glasses to choose from by the way so knock yourselves out, then eyes, okay I’ll go with this one. I’ll go with eyebrows; okay I’ll just go with this one. And mouth, variety of mouth, a lot to choose from here so I’m just going to go with this one. This is my block head, also my water mark if you notice and—well, the instructions on how to get your avatar is here so all we need to do is press your print screen to capture the image. I’m just going to edit and paste it into whatever graphic editing software you have, in my case it’s GIMP and I’m just going to show you that right now. So, let’s print screen, open GIMP okay. I'm just going to hit new, okay and then I’m going to paste, here we go. And then we’re going to crop this part for our avatar and then we’re going to go to image then scale it. Let’s say 100 by 100 as suggested by the site, scale, alright just going to save this as avatar, avatar.jpeg or your GIF or whatever and save; export, save, it’s my avatar.
Here’s another one I made, so it’s pretty cool. So there you go, here’s another site for you guys to check on and make your own avatar for your You Tube account or whatever accounts you have and there you go. So, more videos to come. To all my subscribers, I appreciate the sub guys. If you have any question all about my videos or are there things related, please message me here on YouTube, I’ll get to them as soon as I can. So I appreciate the sub guys, check out my YouTube partners on my channel more videos to come. Thanks for watching this video, as always, just have fun. See you.