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Just move it a little bit like this and commit it, hit the commit checkmark like so. And come over here to my upper left, there we go, Ctrl+T on a PC, Command T on the Mac. Rotate just get it inline, Shift and scootch in by a corner handle here, just move it around by moving inside of the bounding box. About right, commit it, come down to the lower left put that up Ctrl+T on a PC Command T on the Mac. Move this in Shift click and scootch in over here, like so, commit it and we are not done because what we can do this is also add some more realistic lighting effects and that is by adding a shadow to them.
So I am going to start right here with this lower left lash, right here and go down to my layer styles box. And I am going to add a drop shadow when the layer styles drop shadow box opens up, I am going to click on the color swatch and then reach in here and pick of that color over here. More of brownish color, well, you just have to play with it until you get it. I am going to click OK.
Now I am going to reach right in. Still with the layer style box open. I am going to move that shadow to the position that I want it in. Okay, and what I can also do while I am in here is I can color the eyelashes. If I do not want the particular color that was on the set, some of them are dark brown like brown and black, if I want to add a color to them, I just come down here and click on the word Color Overlay. Now by default, that is going to come up red which would be kind of a funky new style but I am change red by clicking on the color swatch and picking a nice sort of chocolate brown, like that and click OK.
And then, I am going to click OK again. Now on this drop shadow you can increase or decrease the opacity of that shadow. You do not want to make it too big of a size or it is going to blur out. You want to see those little individual lash shadows so, I got mine set to around 4 here at 79% opacity and click OK. Now that I have got that done for one of the lashes, I can play it to all of the lashes. How do I do that?
Well if you are on a PC, you will right click on this little F icon that is on the layer. Let me move this over so that you can see it in the movie. Okay, right click on this, if you are on Macintosh, you would hold your Control key and click on the little icon on the layer and come down here to where to where it says Copy Layer Style and nothing changes but now what you do is you click on all the other lashes just click and then Shift click on last one here. If you are on CS2 or higher, if you are on version CS or 7 then you would want to link them by clicking in the link well and once they are linked, you will right click on the layer or Control click if you are on Macintosh and you will choose Paste Layer Style or might say Paste Layer Style to link. And once you do that. Then that layer style is applied to all of the lashes on here.
Now the other thing that we are going to do is we are going to group this. So I have got them all highlighted now. So I am going to use the keyboard shortcut and Shift click on the group icon and once it is on the group I can lower the opacity overall. For all of them, give it a nice soft look. If you need to trim lashes, you can add a mask to this group layer, just click Add Mask and get your self—remember, black conceals and white reveals.
So if I wanted to trim this up a bit, I could just come up here and do that. Just click in a couple areas here and have a nice set of lashes to work with. Let us open up another document and do this again. Okay. Now, I have got another flattened finished photo that I am going to top off with some false eyelashes. So again, I am going to open up Lance Lenoir’s Lashes. Click Play it will open up the file for me. I could move the action pallet out of the way. And I can come in here and zoom in and pick a style lash that I want for our model here. And I think I am going to go with this, right here.
So again I am get my Rectangular Marquee Tool and make sure I am on the layer with the checkerboards here which contains the lashes and I am just going to swipe them like this. And get my move tool and quickly press and drag and drop into the window behind it. Okay. Now I am going to thise over here so I can see them and I am going to close the file.
And again I am going to go through that same procedure; I am going to zoom in clicking my Spacebar and my Control key and drag a Marquee around here so I can zoom in on this lashes. And get my Lasso Tool and I will start here and remember that is a layer—new layer via cut or use the keyboard shortcut Shift+Ctrl+J on PC, Shift Command J on a Macintosh. And so this is my lower right. And then back on the layer one. Back in here, let that go and Shift+Crtl+J, this is my upper right click back on this layer here and take this one, Shift+Ctrl+J on a PC, Shift Command J on a Macintosh. And that is my upper left and this is my lower left. So I am going up to my upper right here, get my move tool. Continue to Part Three of Lenoir Lashes.