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Forest Queen - Advanced Manipulation

Andrei Oprinca, Graphic designer

Forest Queen - Advanced Manipulation

Andrei Oprinca, Graphic designer

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In this advanced manipulation tutorial you will see how to create a fantasy portrait in Photoshop. I will show you how to create complex eyes makeup, how to paint realistic hair and how to smoothen skin and create a fantasy looking portrait.

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Andrei Oprinca

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I'm Andrei. I'm a graphic designer with 10 years of Photoshop experience specialized in photo manipulation.

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1. Tutorial Demo: Hey there 100 here from PSD box. In this manipulation to toil, I want to show you how you can create a nice manipulation using a portrait. This is the main image that we will use for this tutorial, and I will show you how to turn this into this. Okay, so I'm gonna share a lot of things how to make this make up here on the eyes, See the original and how the smith in the skin and all the rest that we have here the contagious background and other stock images. Actually, this is the finished image with all the layers and everything. But then after we're finished with this, we're gonna make a post edit where we will add a few more adjustment layers to give it the final touch on and have the final the final image help you like. This tutorial on the resource is folder. You'll have everything that you need to start on making this manipulation and hope you like it and let's get started. The first thing we want to do is create our canvass. The dimensions that I use for this manipulation are the ones here. 3774 pixels for the with And for the height, 2092 pixels. I'm gonna raise live a resolution of 300 pixels. Branch RGB, color eight bits and click. OK, so this will be our canvas. I will close the post for now because we no longer need it. Don't save it. And the first thing I want to do here is make our background here so I can start working on something. So this is the background that I used. You can use any pretty much any background. I used this green one. We will throw it out of focus anyway, so I just have something to work with. You can see that's actually quite small, so I'll make it bigger just to make sure it covers everything. 2. Forest Queen full tutorial: Hey there 100 here from PSD box. In this manipulation to toil, I want to show you how you can create a nice manipulation using a portrait. This is the main image that we will use for this tutorial, and I will show you how to turn this into this. Okay, so I'm gonna share a lot of things how to make this make up here on the eyes, See the original and how the smith in the skin and all the rest that we have here the contagious background and other stock images. Actually, this is the finished image with all the layers and everything. But then after we're finished with this, we're gonna make a post edit where we will add a few more adjustment layers to give it the final touch on and have the final the final image help you like. This tutorial on the resource is folder. You'll have everything that you need to start on making this manipulation and hope you like it and let's get started. The first thing we want to do is create our canvass. The dimensions that I use for this manipulation are the ones here. 3774 pixels for the with And for the height, 2092 pixels. I'm gonna raise live a resolution of 300 pixels. Branch RGB, color eight bits and click. OK, so this will be our canvas. I will close the post for now because we no longer need it. Don't save it. And the first thing I want to do here is make our background here so I can start working on something. So this is the background that I used. You can use any pretty much any background. I used this green one. We will throw it out of focus anyway, so I just have something to to work with. You can see that's actually quite small, so I'll make it bigger just to make sure it covers everything here. Okay, so I'm just gonna drag it a bit lower. And this is my my background eso. As I said, I will blur it. So I'll go to filter, blur and choose Gaussian Blur. Begin your smart object if you want to control the amount of blurred at about 10 pixels. Okay. 9.7678 picked pictures off blurring. That's enough. Just to throw it a bit out of focus. And that way you also mask a bit the loss in quality that is caused by enlarging the image . The next thing that I want to do is obviously at my model. So then we have the main parts here on the campus. I will show how extracted the image I used the Chantel. As you can see, um, I cut a lot of parts on the hair and around here, so just create a path with the pant allow and extract woman. What I will do is just drag this late this later on to my other cameras. I'm not going to spend time doing that because you're supposed to know how to do that. It's quite simple. And this is not a beginners tutorial. So let's drag this right here on our campus. This is the extracted image of the woman, and we will start working on this right away. We need to add a few adjustments to it. But what I want to do first is, um, change a bit. The skin. I want a smooth in it. So the first step I'm doing that is using the oil paint filter. I know this will. There is no longer available in photo shop CC. So if you don't have that, don't worry. You can still go on with without using it. But, um, I like to use this to smooth in a bit. The skin you can see it's important to drop the shine to zero okay, and then work with the stylization and the cleanly nous and just smoking a bit The skin not much. Just increase the stylization and the more you increase the increase, the stylization. What he will do is start a smart a bit, the image which is not exactly what we're looking for. So I have to find a balance. We want to keep the details on the image, but still remove the noise from it. So the same. Okay, I think the settings will are OK for me. So I will live like that. We're gonna, um, go through other process to smooth the skin even more. But with this, you can You can get a lot of the job done. OK? After you apply this filter, you have to make sure you recover the highlights. Because the image itself was quite dark, but after applying this, you lose even more highlights. So what I would do is use the levels and just increase a bit This to this point here where the graphic starts, okay, and I wanna click, OK, and I have my smooth of my model smooth in the bid. The next step on making the skin even smoother is using the mixer brush, and I'm gonna create a new layer above and I'm right. Click on it and choose Create clipping mask because I want to make sure that I only paint over the skin and not the background. And now go here on the brush to click and hold and choose the mixer, brush toe and hear that sob. You'll see a few settings. The most important one is makes you click this one because you want to clean the brush after each stroke. Actually, if you hold the mouse, you will see that clean the brush after each stroke. So that way you don't carry the texture and the collar once you stroke, because when your stroke you will take the color from the place where you fast with the brush, OK? And these are the settings that I usually work with with In some cases they don't work the same. So just try few. The effect is too strong When you brush, just drop, Drop the makes a bit and also dropped the load and start with this settings and see if that works for you. Also makes you check sample all theirs and they have this set on custom. So don't try to use any of this. Well, I don't know what they were can never tried them. There are a few presets there, but as I said, I never use them. And the brush that I'm going to use its hard to zero and I would change the size of it as I go. So the important thing here is to stroke and go on the same direction where you see the while the features of the face, bones and also the highlights. So here on the fingers, you can see this vertical shadow here. So I have to make that kind of passes, not horizontal. Okay, so pretty much follow like that. And this is what you do. Just a few passes and you're painting painting on this new layer. That's why I said, sampled all there's this way. I work non destructively. So the purpose here is to smooth in the shadows smooth and highlights and make things look , make things look a bit better. Kind of creates a sort of cartoon effect, and you can eliminate small wrinkles on you. Totally. Um, destroy the texture. That's Ah, that's one disadvantage or I don't know. I don't consider it a disadvantage in some kind of manipulations. I don't care doing that because this is not a high end retouching image. So I don't care about the skin pores. I just wanna have that look that I'm looking for. So in this case, realistic retouched to keep the texture is not my go here. But if you want to do that, you can use the frequency separation technique. I are already have the toil about that so you can see that I already have already smoked in the skin of it. I carried some of the texture too much. See this? Uh, you know, if you can see this small shadow here, you can cover that with highlights, so you can creek here and drag on top of it a few times and starts to fade away. Okay, this is the before after you can see the the the effect that I got already and do the same here on the fingers and on her hand, right here on the arm. Just a few passes too soft and things out, especially here, where you see this veins and strong shadows don't get rid of them completely, because that's not realistic. Well, it's too unrealistic, just smooth and things out. Don't get rid of those shadows completely. Just make sure you make things a bit more smooth like so it's almost like using this March tool. But I don't like using this much tool this is with with the mixer brush, so I think it's more the effect is more discreet or more, um, softer. That's a softer on and easier to control. I think I'm using a graphics tablet, but with the mouth, you can do it totally fine. There's no no need for a graphic salad if you don't have one. No problem. Okay, so I think I will live in like that again. I'm gonna show hopes have gone small shadow here. I want to show that before and after again. Maybe I exaggerated a bit here on the left side of her skin off her face. Sorry, But anyway, so I'm gonna leave it like that. I'm not going to spend more time here. Just want to show you how I did this. Next, we are going to start making adjustments to the skin, someone to create the new ah hue saturation adjustment on top of everything. And I'm gonna clip it to, um this layer for which is skin to this new land. And I'm gonna go to the rats here. And the settings that I have are 8 21 and minus seven. Okay, so this controls that rats, which are mainly the skin and the hair. If I the activated that you will see, I change that red tone to something a bit more yellow. That's why I changed the hue on that on the master. The settings that I have for the master are five and 18. So I saturated things up and I gave this sort of greeny stone just the match a bit more. The Ambien collar, which is that green collar there. See the before and after next. A photo filter also clipped to the layers below, and I use the preset called Deep Emerald, and I left everything as it is, preserve luminosity. Andi have the density to 25 but I change the blend mode. Hugh and I left the capacity to 100% okay, and this makes the whole image even more green right now, it doesn't look really that bet that good. But trust me, when we're done, we'll make more adjustments. And the first thing that I want to do always is make things more even in terms, off color and contrast. So I want the girl to match bit more the background. Actually, the vaccine is too dark. So let's that some curves here and I have a couple of points here just to make things a bit more illuminated like that and also a Grady int black to transparent. Just a great sort of avian getting effect. So let's change this to radio on reverse it and we use a scale of 185. And let's change the bland motive. Um, a soft light. I want the edges to be a bit different, so I'm gonna said the location to 70 here on the Grady Int. This makes this whole of it bigger, and I will change the Yeah, that's OK. The soft white when mode and now just dropped capacity because this is too strong. Something like that. About 40 or 35 just have a bit of darkness there on the edges and then a global flight there on the bag on. So let's get a new layer, so use the screen bland. More than with the brush is a re dark orange color. Yeah, something like that. Let's see if that works and I'm gonna make the brush a bit bigger, even more. Something like that. That's see how that looks. It's to the color is too dark. So let's use something a bit brighter, right? That still too small because I have the Pam pressure on. Yeah, that's better. OK, see that It's the glow of life. Maybe it's even too saturated, so let's use a more unsaturated color, and there we have it glow of light. Next. We're not done yet with the model, so let's go back to the mall and add a levels adjustment. Also clips to the rest of the layers and these are the settings that I have. I have 1.2 here and 248 just to make things a bit brighter. Another have the model. We're not done yet. We still have to make the makeup and have added bracelet here on her arm. But you don't have to add that if you don't want to. Let's go to our resource is folder and this is the image off the bracelet that I used. We are lucky we're not lucky to know PNG file, but we can extract that using the magic Wandell just make sure have the continuous option selected. So, like the white background great DeLorme asking that it and just select that copied and actually have to edit copy murders. Otherwise, we will only copy. We'll copy the background as well. So let's face that right there. I want to smoothen it so I will selected like that and choose refined edge because I want to smooth and it a bit. Those adjusts something like that and to their mosque and click OK on over. Apply it right away. You don't need it and make it slightly smaller. And now let's see the size that we need for this. I think this could be okay. And I'll accept this. And I'll convert this into a smart object now, because I want to use the warp tool and just make this that just like that and with the smart object in case I need it, I can recover the original image. And now I have to get another mosque. And what I want to do is just get rid of the top part. Uh, I don't like it. And you, the bit of ah, harder brush on. Just create this soft line right here. Okay? I think it looks good. Our greatest shadow for this or creating you were under it and use the brush to Andi. Let's see softer brush. Something like that. About 33% for the hardness. And 50 and 50 for the flow and paint with black. Just to make this kind of soft shadow under it, you can also use Lear styles. But, uh, you will risk creating shadows on the sides, which is not what I want. And now, with the capacity off 20 and flow 20 as well. Discreet. This soft shadow right there on the edge. Okay. And now with the racer, I only raised this part here. I don't want that transfer or the and pressure. OK, so now have the the bracelet. Maybe it's too dark here, so maybe I can use a great and overlay Lissy and said this thing multiply just to make it a bit darker on this side. Because it was it was not matching. See that? Like, there was too strong. Okay, now we have the bracelet on the woman's arm. Let's move on. On the original, I also had let me show you a small gemstone right there. But that's not necessary to add it. Okay, so we will move on. I did, though. I did changed the collar off her nails. And this is how I did it I created. Let's create a group for the woman we'll name this woman. And inside of this will get the nuclear and topple name it makeup. And here will add the rest of the makeup players. Okay. And the first thing I want to do are the nail. So I added a solid color and the call that I used this Ah, red color, something like this you'll have to try different colors and I'll involved a layer mask so that the effect disappears and I will change this to multiply. Maybe the color will not is not right, but we will see that now. Just with the brush to use, Let's say about 50 or 70% hardness and just paint on this black layer mosque, which hides everything. We will paint with white to reveal the effect, but only here on the nails. See that now this color is too strong, as you can see. So let's use something to be brighter. Something like that and escape painting here. Um, I want to decrease the spacing so that I have more of the fluid and smoother brush strokes . So that's one. Let's make this other one. Maybe the hardness is too high, so drop it a bit. You don't wanna have very hard transitions. It's another one on. This is the West one, I think. Yep. Okay, so that's how I painted the nails. You can also add some shine effects if you want. So that's just crypt. This new layer that I created to the so the solid color and what you can do is use the same brush tool on, uh, with the hardness of 100% paint lines like that. Just make sure they're straight. What is that? Just like shine? Um, shining lights there. Okay. And just drop the best dealer to about nine or 10% just to give it a bit of texture. Okay. And that's how you can create a bit of, ah, shine effect there on the nails. Let's move on and start adding more stuff on the background. I will go back to my, uh, folder here. And one thing that I will add are this tree branches okay. And this is one of them that's traveled here and put it right here below. Between the background on and the model That's group everything here name. And let's name this BG for background on this branches, I will use them to add a few more details there on the background. Let's hope in the other image, which is this one. Okay, let's move it right here to our canvas. Okay, So I have it right here. Let's flip it horizontally like so and maybe duplicate one of them and make its a bit smaller and see, I would put it right. There may be right here, Felipe. It horizontally again. Like so. And now I will duplicate this one as well and make it smaller. Just drag right there and flip it like so. And this one I will throw out of focus. Some of them commits. Flip this on. Would you like that? Okay. And next we will add this sort of red flowers. I don't know what exactly these are, but all I did is I used the last so, too, we can use any of the ones that are here. Just select them like that control seed to copy them. And now just based that on top here, you'll have to make them smaller, some of them, and just put them there and then duplicate that and just move them around on. Make sure you put them around here on this branches. You can flip some of them horizontal your vertically so that they don't look the same. And I'll fast forward here. Just add some of this on flowers of one of these things are around here and we'll see you when I'm done. Okay. I will leave it like that. I will not not add many more. And what I would like to do is blur this one here. So I will go ahead and select the layers that are that belonged to this. By the way, you can select the leaders from the cameras itself by pressing the control and shift keys and click on the element You can see it selects the layer, and then for them, Professor, like this one and this one is are the layers that are, um that belonged to that. So click here hopes here, here and here and this branch, and I'll press control command E to merge them and put them on their own layer. And now I'll go to filter, Blur and choose the Gaussian Blur. Andi 9.7. It's too much about four pixels just to create that out of focus effect and make it look like ah, it's actually out of focus. Okay, I have had to move that one out of the way because it was looking bad. Okay, let's leave it like that. Andi, make sure Here on the top, for example, we have this things not ending their ending in a really sharp edge which is not nice. So use earlier Mosque and I tried to create something a bit more natural. That's the same here. Read the letter mosque and okay, otherwise they look very unrealistic. Okay, let's move on and let's start adding birds and the ivy around here. So let's go back to our canvas here. And let's start with this dragon. So coffee and put it right here on top. Ah, let's group all of this layers. Andi. Name it branches and this is my dragon. I'll have to make it small, but first I want to flip it horizontally. First we have to make it smaller and flip it horizontally as well on Let's see how small have to make it. I don't want o make it too big. Something like that. Maybe a bit bigger. Can you smart objects whenever you feel? Okay, let's leave it there. That's the original. Pretty much like that. A bit smaller and rotated bit like that. Let's leave it here and now we have to get a little mosque for it. I'll have to get rid of the tail. We don't need it. We will assume that the tail is behind this antler here, and I don't know what exactly that is. So and also this, like here. So we mask that out, and now we can reposition this like that, and we have two. Great. The shadow now looks like something you hear that I don't like, okay? And I will create the shadow for it, so create a new layer below it. And just like before, use ah, brush with the hardness of about 2030% capacity and flow 20 or 30 And just being some shadows right here below, like so the closer you get to the body even see the stronger the shadow. Okay, that's a nice let's drop capacity a bit on. Here's my shadow that before and after Great Now have to make some adjustments to this dragon as well. And the adjustment that I made is a collar solid color clipped and the color that I have is the color code is 57643 c and okay and bland. Move that. I use this color and off course have to clip it first the driving and the capacity, let's say 50% maybe even less 40 or something like that about 40% is okay. See, the before and after was to read. Okay. And you can also change that. I have the color. What? It was funny. Uh, I didn't like this kind of yellow color. So what I did is I just created a new layer. Said this too hard light, and with the brush to use a blue Well, when he called color that you want. I like this blue collar and capacity inflow of 100%. Just paint over the eye. Hopes this harder brush and just being like that over the eye. And if the color is not right, just use level or while hue saturation And you can made the color darker. But if you want And here you can change the color. That blue looks nice, I think. Oh, I created that blue eye there on the on the dragon. Okay, let's get adding stuff here. Um, that's at this two little birds. Let's based that right here on day for this. All right, down here and did this one. I made, um some changes with a hue saturation adjustment. It's not necessary to do that if you don't want to, but I wanted to change with the colors of it. And here's the signings that I have. So I have 21 for the hue and 31 for the saturation. I changed a bit, those colors from that red to this orange tone. And then we have another one, not a bird, which is this one. So let's select it, control C and face that right here on the other side, some flippant horizontal, and obviously we have to make it smaller. I don't know how big the original want Waas. I'm or less something like that and just rotated a bit and maybe make it a bit smaller. So, um, see this part of the That's what I want to show you. Sometimes you don't have to rebuild or mask perfectly if you know you can have some elements that can cover that. So, for example, I can put this but right here. So this badly masked part, I can just simply put the bird right there and cover it, and that's that's pretty much it. You can also create the shadow food for the bird if you want, because you can see it's pretty close to the the woman's hands there so I could use the brush tool in just pain. Soft shadow, maybe with capacity. 10 in the brush. Just a soft shadow lake. So okay. And then and other plans to cover this other part here. So, um, I used this other one, uh, copy and paste it right here. We have to make it a lot smaller. A small enough to cover that part right there. Andi have to create a layer mask for several reasons. Um, the main reason is because of the edges, and then we have to get rid of this part. So, control, click on the preview of this layer and create the little mosque on right click on the little mosque and choose refine mask. And I'll use some fathering, shift the edge of it and increase the contrast. I'm just checking the edges around here. More contrast for sharper edges. Let me show the original before and after. I think it looks better without that white patch there. And the also the edge is now a bit a bit softer, just a bit. And now, with this brush toe, I will, uh, get rid of this part which I don't need and just carefully remove that on. We're good to go now. Have to add some shadow. Here's a let's try drop shadow instead of painting that manually. It works pretty well. No need to create it manually. Okay? And I made some, uh, changes to this as well. Using another few saturation clipped to the object. Whenever you want to affect a single layer. Just great clipping mask, and that's it. I can see that arrow right there. And the settings that I have here just for the magenta. So because I don't want to change that yellow part there. So just so like, the Magenta is And the settings that I have are 25 for the few aid for the saturation and 15 for the likeness. Okay, so just changed a bit. The color of it. Great. Now we have one more thing to add. A couple more things at here. One is that ivy plant this one over here. This one. So, uh, it's a really nice stock image. Um, and I put this right here on top of everything. Um, I'll use the later mosque Also to refine the edge of this a bit as well, I can see part of it that are not well masked. So how could this layer mask? And with the brush tool, I'll get rid of some of the parts here and again. Refine mask. She If the agit beard a few like 10% or something like that, increase the father. This will smooth and a bit the edges and increase the contrast to smooth and that even more okay, and probably shift yet you a few more of the more like that, I don't think. OK, now I have to make the smaller because it's a bit too big for my liking and for the place where I want to put it. It's too big. So let's make it a bit smaller and put right there if you press the shift key, Um, when you do that, you will constrain the proportions and you make it evenly smaller so that when you don't distort it and we need to add some, drop shadow to this and you can use the letter stands for that's just double click. Choose drop shadow. Make sure the activate use global light on just increase the distance a bit and, uh, size and that's that's it. You don't need to do anything else. Probably dropped the capacity a bit. It's important to increase the size of their words, have to. The shadow is too strong, so just make it soft, like so. And if you want to make it a bit more vibrant, you can use again a hue saturation or a curves adjustment over levels even. Okay, so now we have that ivy right there. We have the birds, have a couple more things to add, which is this part of the while this plans here. So use the the magic. Want to make the selections? I'll uncheck the contiguous because there's no white parts except the background. Create the little mosque, have to convert it. And I'll copy this cold thing at it. Copy murders, and we have to go down here. I'll paste this. I don't maybe above the branches and behind the woman. Flip it horizontally and just place that over here just to have this plant sticking out rotated a bit on. Just live it right there. Okay, uh, we're done adding everything here. The only thing that we have left to do is make the hair the makeup and the final adjustments on I will start by making the hairs. I'll go and find the woman group, and here I will create a new layer below the woman. So here's the woman later. Okay, I'll Crittle there below that by pressing control and clicking on the new layer icon. And here we have to use the custom brush that I already have. And I created that for other tutorials. But also you have to do that. So the first thing you want to do is make the size of the brush about that big. For this campus, Size six depicts the pixels is okay, but it depends on how big your cameras and your model. This for this one of our 60 pixels is okay, and all you need to do is create a new document with that size 60 and 60 and I'll fit that . We Why just that we can see a lot better now zoom in and here with this brush with the normal brush with a round brush, said the hardness to 100% and the size to one and switch the color to black and just click once there or a couple of times on the same spot. Make the brush a bit bigger. Two big solar center that think week in another place and then even another place there. And just create, like, five or six dots like there's like the one that I have here. See how this looks and then go to file and choose to edit and choose defined brush preset and only in this hair and click OK, And if you can see that your brush has already been created and then go back to your other one for your document that's close. This and opened the brushes window can also press f seven. I think it is. No, it's the F five. Okay. And here you can see how your brush looks like make sure you decrease the spacing 20 that 1% that where you create this sort of lines here and on the tip shape, you can also activate the brush projection. I don't know exactly how this effect when you stroke, but well, and you could have a graphic style it check the pen pressure for the for the size and also for the transfer, Actually, time pressure. Okay, I'll not check the shape dynamics because, uh, I don't live like that, and we'll see. And now all you need to do is zoom in a bit even more and sample from the edge of the hair and start stroking like that and reconstruct the hair. Okay, I want to I I want to do it again. So just I want to also rotate this a bit because there's one part that I don't like. And let's try again. Just create the hairs I don't like I'm doing here. It's not really difficult because there's only straight lines and small curves that I'm doing. And when you go to another area, just sample another caller from from the area just so that the hair is Have you wanted to have the same color? Right? Okay, Andi, let's do it again here as well. I don't like that it's trying and hopes too strong. OK, now it looks a lot better, So just try different colors here on the shadow. You obviously want to use the dark you want. You don't want to do that. Okay, so you have the same colors. Okay, Looks better. Let's see. Maybe around here we have some more right here. We'll just create a few hairs around there that will make it look more realistic. Actually. Great. So we're done. Um, let me zoom in a bit more and chili that before and after it looks a lot more realistic That way, you'll hear hear? Four. And after next, let's deal with that make up that I was, uh, talking about. OK, so this is the effect that I want to show you how to create. I want to show how to make this makeup. It's not really difficult. So this is what we're going to do for the makeup that's locate that make up the group that we that we have. Andi, I'll create a newer inside of it and the group that name it eyes, and we will use solid color adjustments for that. And the 1st 1 color coat is 294 f a e. Okay, and we're going to invert that layer mask because we don't want the effect of the visible, and we will only painted where we wanted to have it. So I'll get this soft brush and I was zooming in 100%. Maybe even more now to 100%. It's okay. Make the brush smaller, and we will change the blend mode of this layer to vivid life. Now, if you use other photos or if you're, um, brightness or the contrast of your image is different than mine, maybe you will want to change the capacities or or the colors to make it look right. But this is the settings that I have and open with White with this liberal with this brush and on the brush setting, I'll activate the transfer option now. As I said, I'm using a graphics tablets so I can control the capacity off the stroke with the Pam pressure with I don't strong like press on the pen, but you can use the. You can also use a lower rapacity and flow here, for example. Let's say 30 or 30% or something like that and make several passes and make sure that it looks nice because it's a lot easier. You can also do, uh, the inverse process, which is you make a big stroke like that and then used the same layer masking with a different well with black. You use a soft collar and dropped capacity to, let's say, 30 and 30 as I said and start to take away the effect. My painting with black and on this layer thirty's too little. So let's say said the flow to 90% and leave the capacity 30 on. I'll make sure that I'll, um let's say the transfer here minimum. I'll increase it a bit. Okay, let's skip painting here. We just want this line here. You guys like that. And here I took away too much. Let's rebuild that again. Here it takes a bit of practice with the brush tool and okay to make it look realistic, but it's not really that difficult. You just need a bit of patients, and that's it. After we add the rest of the layers, we can come back and re touch this For now, let's live it like that. And that's at another solid color. Um, and this time, the color code that that I have This is a 83 27 2 Okay, so we have this magenta again. We will input the later miles by pressing control can or comment I and we will paint on top off the eye with white capacity and flew 100%. So let's paint like so on. Like that makes you don't paint over the eyelashes. Okay, and we will change the blend mode of this overly. And this is the effect that we get. And now with the little mosque with the brush tool with pain with black, we will use a bigger brush, and I'll drop capacity to 50 and the floor as well, and just gently paint around this. I get rid of this. Also paint out the color that is on top of that blue while you go make a soft transition between the two colors and leave part off that magenta over the blue. But not too much. OK, and this is the fact that we we get if you don't like it or if he doesn't look right for image, just play with the with the brightness. Use a darker, brighter color and just make sure you get the tone that you like. Or you can also change the color. If you want whatever you like, I will live like that for now. Now I'll add yet another solid color, and this time I'll use the yellow color and I'll give you the code is F five B five one de . Okay, so we have this yellow color again. We will involve layer mosque, get the brush to and paint with white Andi capacity on flight 100% and just paint on this area right there. Like so Like that. Okay. And we will change the blend mode to linear light. Okay? And we have this strong color tone. And now with the big soft brush and a pass ity 50 and flow as well. We paint with black to get rid of that yellow on the areas that we don't want this color to be. Okay, Make sure the hardness is that really low and start to paint away. E have a prostate. It's too big. I took away too much color So painted back on here with white we have a slight problem. And that's because here we have a highlight which makes things brighter and this eyes too dark. So what I will do is go here to the skin layer. Um, and I'll use the Dodge Tool and on exposure of about 10 just being here on that, I lied just to make sure that I have that highlight. Okay? Make the I look a bit more bright like this Here. Okay, let's move on. Probably I'll drop capacity of this. Let's say to about 50%. Yeah, we just want to faint collar there and slightly a touch. Just just a simple touch. And now we need another color to make things darker around someplace. It's all create a new layer. Well, a new solid color. Use the re dark tone like this. Maybe you slightly blue if you want. Like so and of course will involve layer mask as well. And I'll change the blend mode. Overlay. Okay. And now with the brush. Um, we're just 30 and 30 for the flow. Use a small brush. First paint with white, of course. 30. It's too much. 20 and 20 brained on some areas like, for example, here on the eyes on the edge of the eyelid, here over the eyelashes. A bit, um, and just make things darker. Maybe on the eyebrows as well. On this part of the eye here is well, see that and you can also make a sort of tale. Now this blue here is too strong. Let's drop capacity of that. Something like that. Now it was too strong. Okay. And if you want, you can also create a sort of ah tail here on the on the on the I. So I'll create a new layer. And ah said