Rowen, mind if I ask for a tutorial (video, image, whatever) to do these lv3 portraits in photoshop or something?
Well roughly, it's:1. Open Image in GIMP.2. Crop the canvas up or down to 640x480 (Usually with3. Filters and Adjustments to the Image (Normally Color or Shading adjustments) (Sometimes comes before 2 or even after 5).4. Remove Alpha Channel or, if it's already doesn't have one, make the background black to the best of my ability.5. Duplicate Layer with Low Opacity (Usually in the 10s) above the original image.6. Add Zoom Motion Blur to said Low Opacity Layer (Blurring factor normally a lil' bit over 100).7. Same as 7 but with the blurring factor in the negatives.8. Merge Down.9. Add Zoom Motion Blur (Blurring factor normally in the low double digits, 20 should be good).10. Gradient Map to a Gradient suited to these portrait types.11. Index the result (If it looks dodgy with dithering set to None I usually choose Positioned instead).