*Current Residence: Dog house with internet access
*Occupation: Professional web sniffer (other kinds of sniffing available on request)
*Favorite style of "art": Doggy style
*Still waiting for a "Chase the Mailman" computer game. Too lazy to chase the real one.
*Owner forces me to create female muscle morph images for food.
FMG Morphing tutorial - The basics
About this tutorial
Some basic understanding of Photoshop is probably required!I used OS X, shortcuts using 'cmd' will most likely need to be replaced with 'ctrl' for Windows users.This tutorial uses tools like Brushes, Masks, Layers, Free transform (Warp) and Adjustment layers.This tutorial shows how to create a 'quick' mix and match FMG morph using a male base and female face donor.This tutorial only shows the basics and should be considered a general guide. (Who knows, if this helps I might do some more in depth tutorials)A lot of additional techniques I use for details are not shown, its already TLDR the way it is!I hope it helps! Have fun and feel free to ask questions!
Timelapse video: [link]
The video shows the entire process that will be explained below. All steps explained below you can find in this video, so if anything isn't clear, be sure to watch me
LET'S BIGIFY! GIMP 2.8 MORPHING TUTORIAL
This is the simplest and most basic morphing tutorial I could think of to start with. The only way it gets any easier is if you dispense with the whole idea of layers and just use your iWarp tool to make the muscles bigger. Depending on what kind of background your picture has (like, say, just black or some other color), you can probably get away with this. If, however, your picture has a background which will get distorted once you start iWarping, your picture is going to come out looking very sloppy.
First, we are going to choose an image, and then we are going to "bigify" it. A "bigify" morph is a morph where we start with a picture of a girl who already has muscles and make her muscles bigger. Easy!
As you can see, I have chosen a nice image of 8-time Ms. Olympia champion Lenda Murray, who still looks fantastic. Follow the green arrows. I have opened the image in GIMP and I have already duplicated it, putting the exact