Picsart Melted Effect Tutorial

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Picsart Melted Effect:

This tutorial shows you how to create a wonderful melted effect using the PicsArt app. A melted effect is a skill to add two photos to a picture.

Although it seems quite basic, this simple move can cause some really impressive artistic illusions, and this editing tutorial is a perfect example.

Start with a simple picture as your main picture and then to integrate a scene from a splash ink to create an amazing picture.

About PicsArt App:

PicsArt photo editor and collage maker are all about you. If you haven’t tried it, you’re missing out! Download the app to get in on the action.

PicsArt makes it easy to staging your photo editing game, creating amazing images and sharing with friends.

This is an app that lets you become truly creative with its almost unlimited features – and it’s starting a movement to help people “go beyond the filter” and create a great picture.

With 500 million + installs and 100 million monthly users, PicsArt is spread all over the world and is available in more than 30 languages.

PicsArt is your new playground. Remix images with us, join the family and discover the universe of mind while blowing the brain.

Required App:

Required Image:

  • Your Image
  • Melted png ( download link below the post)
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How to make Melted Effect – Video Tutorial

Hello! Welcome to picsart tutorial of crazy tips. At the above video is a preview of the Melted effect manipulation.

video me have design melted manipulation with photo and provided double exposure effect. you can use any black splash Image.

In this video, I have used a black splash background download link below the post and used images to create a melted paint effect. if you do not understand about this tutorial.

you can comment questions in video or website, I will reply all message if possible! please comment and for you know think of you! thank you!

Download Project File: Melted-Effect1.png (26285 downloads )

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