Hey folks!Â I grew some garlicâ€”planted it last October, dug it up this weekâ€”and I took some pictures of it hanging up to dry, to show you.Â Then I got an idea, a terrible, awful idea.Â And here it is.Â How did I do this evil deed, you may ask?
Simple.Â I photoshopped the heads ontoâ€¦the heads!!!Â And yes, â€śphotoshopâ€ť is a verb.Â I tried the â€śclone stamp toolâ€ť since I figured thatâ€™s how you would copy something and paste it onto something else.Â Not so.Â I finally gave up after literally HOURS of trying to figure it out and put â€śhow to photoshop someone into a pictureâ€ť into the search engine, and voila!!Â Youtube has a tutorial on every thing a human being can do, including this.Â The nice sounding young man taught me how to copy and paste, resizing the photos as you go, and it couldnâ€™t be simpler.Â First you take the â€ślassoâ€ť tool and cut the thing out you want to put somewhere.Â Then it will acquire what my professor calls the â€śmarching antsâ€ť around just that part of the image youâ€™ve drawn around.Â Hit edit, then copy, and go to the garlic picture, and hit paste!Â If it doesnâ€™t fit, resize the original image, under â€śimage sizeâ€ť and paste again.
Stupid Dan had red-eye in his picture, because no picture exists of him taken anywhere else but a bar.Â So THAT was another hour, because despite the fact that my version of photoshop, CS2, is supposed to have a â€śred eye toolâ€ť, it doesnâ€™t.Â Or, at least I couldnâ€™t find it.Â So I gave up and found another picture of him.Â Notice how heâ€™s kind of transparent while the rest of us are solid.Â I used the â€śpolygonalâ€ť lasso tool on him, and the regular lasso tool on all the rest.Â Hm.
Why is my head the biggest?Â Because itâ€™s my picture.Â I call it "GarlicGuideHeads".