Desktop twins

In this post i am going to tell you how to create a virtual twin of yourself using gimp . For this you will need two photographs of you Now here is step by step screenshot how to do that

1. Copy these Images in gimp in two layers for that you have open one image in gimp and open other image as new layer .

2.Now you have to make the first layer invisible by clicking the eye icon in the layer tool . Now go in the toolbox and select he free hand tool and select the area of the layer around you .

3. Now in the third step make layer visible again by clicking the eye icon , no you have to make a layer mask by right clicking the layer select Add layer a mask then select the white color full opacity and then click ok thiswill add a mask to the layer . make sure you section is not lost .

 4 . now in last step select the brush tool and now make sure the color of the brush is black and start coloring the selected area , and you will see that the portion of the below layer will be visible now and paint the whole selected area now will get some like this . Make sure that is whole process the selection is not lost .

5. Now you will see that there is some contrast in both the layer . you can minimize this effect by applying blur effect for this go to filters->blur->gaussian blur and set the value to 4 px and apply the effect . and in end you will get the final result

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6 thoughts on “Desktop twins

    • gimp is very good for basic user , and we cannot compare two software because they they have different goal and architecture you can do everything you do in photoshop , best part is its free it is free and open source .

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