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PostPosted: Sun Aug 12, 2012 6:32 am 
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how did i do this (no photoshop)


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 12, 2012 9:16 am 
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Put your hand in front of the monitor, them you moved the Notepad window over your hand "like a boss". <- Important part

I think I know how you did it.
1. Take a picture of your hand in in front of a monitor.
2. Save image as background on a larger monitor. (It's a bit easier)
3. Move a notepad document over your palm.
4. Take a second picture or use print screen. The Moire is kinda freaky so I think you took 2 pictures.

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 18, 2012 10:32 am 
Lorride wrote:
Put your hand in front of the monitor, them you moved the Notepad window over your hand "like a boss". <- Important part

I think I know how you did it.
1. Take a picture of your hand in in front of a monitor.
2. Save image as background on a larger monitor. (It's a bit easier)
3. Move a notepad document over your palm.
4. Take a second picture or use print screen. The Moire is kinda freaky so I think you took 2 pictures.


i think hes got it
1st pic is your hand over your screen
thenu set it as your backgroud and photographed your screen which explaines the lines all u did was crop in so screen boarder and probly on camera not in post.


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