Tutorial On The Warhol App

Lets talk though how to design your first piece using the Warhol App

Firstly, Lets start with ‘Spacing (%)’.

The bigger the number, the more space is between the images and the lower the number the less space there is.

Here is an example of zero space:

Here is an example of a higher number space:

Next, Lets talk about Transparency.

The higher the number the more you can see-the original image, then the lower the number the less you will see the image.

Here is an example of a higher number Transparency:

And here is an example of a Low Transparency:

Now lets discuss Blur:

The higher the number the more blurred that it is going to get and the lower the number the less blurred it is going to look.

Here is an example of a higher number Blur:

Here is an example of a lower number Blur:

DashboardFinally, lets talk Contrast,

the higher the number the darker the background will become and the lower the number the lighter it will become

Here is an example of a higher number:

And here is an example of a lower number contrast:

Here is the original image that was used:

Note the plain background.  A simple, less cluttered background, combined with a strong subject and a good hi-res photo will always reward you with the best results. Happy designing!