How to Make a Picture of Yourself Look Like a Vampire

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How to Make a Picture of Yourself Look Like a Vampire
If you can't dress up as a vampire, transform a photograph of yourself instead. (Hemera Technologies/Photos.com/Getty Images)

With their trademark fangs, deathly pale skin and blood dripping from the corners of their mouths, vampires are instantly recognisable characters to those who enjoy the horror genre -- and even those who don't. If you want to make a picture of yourself look like a vampire, you can manipulate the photograph in several ways and with a few basic tools.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • Construction paper
  • Craft knife
  • Glue
  • Photo-editing program

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Visit the Picnik website. Upload the photograph of yourself. Click "Create," "Seasonal," scroll down on the left side, click "Halloween." Under "Vampire," click on the tabs for "Vampire Eyes," Draculan Dermis," "Fangs" and "Blood Stains" to add these effects to your picture.

  2. 2

    Add vampire features to a print. Draw the outline of fangs, red eyes, blood drops and other vampire characteristics on appropriately coloured construction paper. Make the outlines small enough to fit on your photograph. Use a craft knife to cut out the paper objects and glue them to the picture.

  3. 3

    Open a picture of yourself in a computer program that allows you to draw on digital photographs such as Adobe Photoshop or Microsoft Paint. Draw red circles with black dots in the centre to make your vampire eyes. Use the paintbrush tool to make white vampire fangs. Switch the paintbrush tool to red and add blood drops to the teeth and dripping from the corners of your mouth. Lighten your skin tone to give it a deathly pallor.

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