Put your Picture in a Scarface Poster (and 34 other Photoshop tutorials)

Your Image on a Scarface Poster

Ever wanted to replace Tony Montana (Al Pacino) with your own picture on a Scarface Movie Poster?  What about learning how to create a Star Wars or Indiana Jones text in Photoshop?  Or if you are a Avatar fan, how about a tutorial to turn your picture into a Na’vi??

Links to all can be found at 35 Awesome and Inspiring “Movie Effect” Photoshop Tutorials.  Check it out.

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44 Responses to “Put your Picture in a Scarface Poster (and 34 other Photoshop tutorials)”

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  1. Okay. You wanna play rough? Okay. Say hello to my little comment! :)

  2. jill says:

    Nah…I’ve never thought about it. BUT, Mr. YnB had his mug placed in an Indiana Jones poster several years back and it was so real looking that we have it in our media room. It’s so funny to see if people react to it. Many don’t notice, but those that do (or finally notice after having passed it many times in the past) can’t believe how real it looks!

  3. lynn says:

    wow that’s cool…i’d like to mess around with this tutorial! photoshop is intense, i wonder how easy it would be for a novice?

  4. WriterDood says:

    I might do this later.

  5. Tracy Brady says:

    Can I shop my face into a Darth Vader mask?

  6. Bo Lumpkin says:

    I don’t think I want my face on posters. Actually my face is better suited for radio.

  7. jammer5 says:

    My stick figure said paints good enough for him/her . . . whichever.

  8. George says:

    Yay! A way to spend the entire weekend! You know what I like, Bearman. :)

  9. Don Mills says:

    Many thanks Bearman. You always steer me to some great sites.

  10. Tony says:

    I’m not really awesome at it but I use GIMP which is a free photoshop type program I downloaded. It does lots of stuff but I am rather limited in my understanding of that kinda stuff which is common to us oldsters regarding technology
    http://www.gimp.org

  11. Nate Fakes says:

    I thought that was me on the Scarface poster?

  12. FJ says:

    Interesting stuff, but I am still learning Photoshop period… I am getting there finally. Thanks for the links.

    • Bearman says:

      I find that following a bunch of tutorials like that helps learn the program in baby steps so you can see what all it can do.

  13. DadaHyena says:

    As long as you don’t Photoshop yourself into “Un Chien Andalou”…

    Now THERE’S a movie that’ll keep your eyes peeled!

  14. Friggin Loon says:

    Why have I not commented on this post, I have read it 50 friggin times. I love photoshop.

  15. bschooled says:

    Sweet! My amber colored glasses and watch would look great on a Scarface poster.

    Thanks for the link, b!

  16. Corve says:

    This is so cool…will check it out.

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  1. […] Taking some time off in June so looking for guest cartoons to fill the void.  Obviously I don’t have recurring characters but last years call to highlight your characters in new ways was well received.  So here is the challenge.  Replace the actor(s) in your favorite movie/television show with one or more of your characters.  Submissions can take the form of fake posters, single panel or strip.  Keep submissions within 600 pixels wide.  Here is just one example from the Family Guy (obviously doesn’t need to be that in depth).   If you need inspiration, check out my recent post on recreating 35 famous movie posters. […]





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