How do I use the renaissance painting time warp scan filter on TikTok?
A step by step guide
TikTok trends change on an almost daily basis, so when one decides to stick around for longer than a week it’s more often than not worth paying attention to, and that’s exactly what the renaissance painting time warp scan on TikTok has done. For those that aren’t familiar, it’s like the normal time warp scan filter but when the line crosses over the user, they become an amazing renaissance painting before your very eyes.
However, if you’ve tried it you’ll realise it’s just not that easy to work out how to do – how do I find the renaissance painting time warp scan filter on TikTok? Do I need any other apps in order to use the renaissance painting time warp scan filter? And how do I make myself into a painting on TikTok? Here’s a step by step guide on how to use the TikTok renaissance painting time warp scan filter.
@victoriavaldez046my favorite trend so far ##renaissance ##art ##fyp ##foryou credits: @rayce2♬ original sound – Natalie Pienkawa
How do I do the renaissance time warp scan filter on TikTok?
If you’ve come this far, it’s because you haven’t been deterred by the idea of using more than one app to achieve this effect – which, unfortunately, is exactly what you have to do. Luckily, we’ve compiled the process into a number of easy steps so you should be able to have your own renaissance painting time warp scan filter in minutes.
- Open TikTok and go to the time warp scan filter. Pose in the position you wish the painting to show you in, and wait for the line to reach the bottom.
- Save this video to your phone without any effects applied to it, then screenshot the picture that is produced once the scan reaches the bottom as you’ll need to edit this into a renaissance style.
- Download PicsArt and make the screenshot look like a renaissance painting with their filters, or alternately use whichever app you want to produce an image that looks best for you.
- Then upload both the edited screenshot and the original video to Videoleap. Fit the screenshot over the video, then select the linear mask and drag the mask down with the line of the time warp scan.
@loserlyssabsolutely the best trend i’ve ever participated in 🥰 ##BRIDGERTON ##TimeWarpScan ##fyp ##Renaissance￼♬ original sound – Natalie Pienkawa
And that’s it! Have a bit of a play around, but it really is more simple than it sounds. Now all you need to do is reupload the video that you’ve just created and add the music that other people are using.
If this seems too much effort still, one user has come up with another way in which you don’t need to download any other apps and can do all the editing in TikTok, but it looks like the above approach produces the best results.