Tutorial for The @IamTalkyTina Headswap.
For this assignment I used a phone app called Faceover Lite. I saved the two photos I wanted to use. Then, I imported both photos into the app. Used the selection tool over the face and copied it. You can adjust the selection tool over the face and paste or swap the copied face onto the second photo. You can then save the modified photo and share it on your social medial sites. In my case I saved the photo and posted it in my blog post. This app is free. It is really simple to use.
Mashups assignments 12 Stars
Logo Switch Up 2 Stars
For this Mashup, I combined two of my kids favorite places to eat. We now have McDonald’s selling pizza. I used Canva to combine the McDonald logo with a pizza from Pizza hut. I tried to put the pizza behind the golden arches but I ended up making a mess. So we have a floating McDonald’s logo with a floating pizza.
Holiday Mashup 4 1/2 Stars
Holiday Mashup required me to combine 3 holidays into one picture. I used Firey Dragon that I created for this class. She is wearing a Santa hat for Christmas, holding an Easter basket with Easter eggs and she is holding the American flag that represents the 4th of July. I used Canva for this project and searched for pictures that had no background or where considered transparent. It did take time to resize all the elements in order to fit Fireys size. It was trial and error until I got the look I wanted.
Mashing Friends And Emojis 4 Stars
This is my favorite Emoji, I have a pair of sun glass almost like the Emoji. I couldn’t find anyone to pose wearing my glasses or any other pair of dark sun glasses. So, I searched on the internet for photos of people wearing sunglasses, I was determined to do this assignment. I used Canva to put the two pictures side by side for this assignment.
The @IamTalkyTina Headswap 21/2 Stars
For this assignment I used a phone app to put the head of Talky Tina on Albert Einsteins body. I used Faceover Lite phone app, its free through the App store. I was really surprised how well the hair of both characters blended together in this photo. It did take a little trial and error to get the Talky Tina face cropped and blended into the Einstein photo. I am happy with the results.