You can create a Cracked Glass effect in PicsArt with the help of a broken glass PNG. Or, you can even screen a normal JPEG image and head towards the Edit.
Hello there! This is Daimary John and in this PicsArt Editing Tutorial, How to create a PicsArt Cracked Glass Effect? Or, how to create a broken glass effect?. I will be teaching you exactly how you can add a cracked effect. For this particular project. I will be using the guy below and i will be adding a cracked glass effect in his glasses. So as far as this project goes. It is just like changing an image’s background. All you have to do is just pick up a few PNG Images and just put it up on the Glass. Read further to actually learn how to create PicsArt Cracked Glass Effect.
Step 1. Choose an image for your project. Mine is the image below. I got this image from Pexels. You can choose any image you like. You can also create a Window Crack, And a few creative editing would be to create a Broken Glass Effect for your Wallpaper. For Smartphones you know.
Get this Image
Step 2. Now open the image in PicsArt. You can do all the little adjustments such as crop, effects, mask etc. But try not to overdo anything. Try to keep it as simple as possible.
You know, i searched the whole net searching for the right one. But i found none. Later, what i did was, I used a JPG file and then i screened the layer. Hehe
Step 5. Once you are OK with the look. You can do more adjustments such as, Erase all the unnecessary edges and you can make it look totally professional. I meant to say original. You can also try using various Types and Shapes of brushes to show off your creativity.
Well, This was all in this tutorial, PicsArt Cracked Glass Effect. I hope this post to be the one you were looking for. If you still have any more questions. you can comment down below and i will surely help you with your problem. And if you want to learn more, you can continue to read more about PicsArt in PicsArt Editing Tutorial, PicsArt Drawing Tutorial, PicsArt Editing Tools and PicsArt Drawing Tools.
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