How to Turn a Photo into Pencil Drawing Sketch Effect in Photoshop
How to Turn a Photo Into a Puzzle
Take the photo that you would like to make into a puzzle and blow it up to the size you want to make.A4 or A3 is recommended. You can do this with a normal photocopier or go through a photo processing store for a glossier print.
Get a piece of thin cardboard (colored card) the size of your photo.
Using an acid-free glue, glue the photo to the card.Make sure you get it corner to corner. A paper cutter can clean edges so they are aligned.
Let the glue dry thoroughly.
Cut out shapes using a Stanley knife or X-Acto knife.It may be helpful for you to use a pencil to trace out shapes on the back of the puzzle before you begin cutting. You could do this freehand, or trace around jigsaw puzzle pieces from a commercial jigsaw puzzle.
Jumble the puzzle pieces and hand them to a friend to solve.
QuestionWhat if I didn't want to use cardboard?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerWithout cardboard, the puzzle pieces won't stay in their correct shapes. You could use an alternate backing though, like cardstock, but it won't be as stiff.Thanks!
QuestionHow do I make it have a nice finish/surface?KitkattheactressCommunity AnswerUsing clear glue can work, although it is sticky (you can spread it with a knife) or you can buy different types of glossy cover.Thanks!
QuestionI don't have any cardboard, nor do I have anything stiff. Is there anything else I can use?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIf you don't have anything stiff, try doing it on paper and then laminating it.Thanks!
QuestionWhere can I buy material for making a jigsaw puzzle?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerGo to your local craft store. An associate there should be able to help you find what you need.Thanks!
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- Homemade jigsaw puzzle pieces would be a good addition to a collage.
- Use a photo-safe glue or glue stick, preferably without acid.
- If you're cutting deeply enough, you should cut right through the cardboard, possibly damaging the surface underneath. To protect surfaces, place a cutting board, mat, or old magazine underneath the cardboard.
- Use a Stanley knife, not scissors, when cutting your puzzle into shapes.
- Stanley knives have extremely sharp blades. Have an adult do the cutting for you.
- The blade may break on the knife. Always wear safety goggles to protect your eyes.
- Never cut toward yourself. Always point the blade away from you, and away from any one standing near you.
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