Ever wanted to be a zombie? The Walking Dead is here to help. A new app was recently unveiled that lets you take on the look of a zombie you’d see in the hit AMC show.
Dead Yourself allows you to take a photo of yourself and then add various elements to your photo to turn you into a zombie. You’re able to replace your eyes and mouth and add an accessory. A filter is also added to give the entire image an eerie touch.
You can see my finished result below. Fun fact: This is also what I look like after a bad night of sleep.
Dead yourself also lets you share your finished product via Facebook, Twitter, e-mail, or their Walker Gallery. The Walker Gallery shows off all of the fans’ creations, which are very fun to browse through.
It’s a nice way to tide yourself over until The Walking Dead’s midseason premiere on February 10 at 9 PM ET/PT on AMC. The final few episodes are expected to play out a very tense battle between Rick and The Governor.
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