TwoToJazz's Scissors Tool, and the Making of Mona Lisa Photomontage

When cutting out images using the scissors tool of TwoToJazz, you may find out that having a stylus with a small tip that allows you to see where exactly you are cutting would produce better results than using your finger.

Here are the steps for creating this image:

  1. Use the image from which you want to cut out Venus's face as background and cut around her face using the scissors tool. Select and move the cut-out to the side of the canvas.

  2. Use the image from which you want to cut out the scissors as background and cut around the scissors using the scissors tool. Select and move the cut-out to the side of the canvas.

  3. Use the image of Mona Lisa as background and cut around her face. Select and move the cut-out to the side of the canvas.

  4. Select and move Venus face's cut-out over Mona Lisa's face, and adjust it using two fingers.

  5. Use the scissors tool to cut around Mona Lisa's hands. But do not select/move this cut-out and let it stay exactly where it is cut from.

  6. Select and move the scissors cut-out and partially push it under the right hand of the hands cut-out.

  7. Select and move Mona Lisa's face cut-out and partially push it under the left hand of the hands cut-out.

  • Instructions for selecting an image as background can be found in the help section of the app on the slide called "Background".

  • Instructions for using the scissors tool can be found in the slide called "Cut".

  • To go to the help section, press the Menu button on bottom right corner and select the "?" option.

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