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And I am going to just shut the visibility off for these other ones right now and I am going to Ctrl T, move it like this, move it over the eye and this time instead of scotching in, I am going to pull out just make it a little bigger and rotate it to get to fit as much as possible. And here is the thing in CS2 and in CS3 that you can do to kind of get it to a scotch into place is why you are in free transform, you can actually click the warp transform icon in the top options bar and this will put it in warp mode which gives you these little areas that you can click and drag so for example this is fitting pretty well but if I wanted to scotch this around a little bit here, push this up I can make the lash conform even more to the eye by just pressing in these areas these spaces in between the lines.
You can also press on the points and move it too. Notice you get these Bezier type direction lines when you that but you can also just scotch right in the panel in those squares and it works quite nicely so I am done with that one and I am going to turn on my lower right. Where did that go and with that highlighted, again I am going to Ctrl T on a PC. Oops, cancel that, I want lower right you have got to highlight the layer Ctrl T, move this in position like so and then Shift is constraining the proportions when I drag outward then I am going to line this up and I may have to do a little bit of a warp transforming here. Just get that a little bit like this so I am going to hit the warp button and scotch this in a little bit here on her eye and commit that. There we go.
All right Ctrl minus and turn on my upper left and Ctrl T, oops, I did it again. Get a highlight, that is why it is good to name these. I am going to Ctrl T this, bring it down around here and spacebar Ctrl to zoom in, hold my Shift key down. Just drag this out a little bit like this, put that in place, turn on my lower left, highlight it, Ctrl T again and I want to bring that down there and I am using shortcuts, spacebar, and the Ctrl key. That would be spacebar command on a Mac so that I can come in here and make that a little bigger and then rotating.
Whenever you position your cursor on the outside of this bounding box, you will get those little curvy arrow handles so that will work for that like this and then again what we are going to do is I am going to start up here at the lower right lash and I am going to add a drop shadow to that by clicking on the layer styles button at the bottom of the layers palette. And I am going to say drop shadow. I am just going to click okay and move this out of the way and double click on it again so I can move it around let us say click on the state drop shadow here and let us see where that drop shadow is going. That looks good, click okay. Another way you can duplicate a layer style once you have applied it, I am going to leave these black so I am not going to add a colorize is if you are on CS2 and above you can hold down your Alt key on the PC, option key on the Mac and then just drag that little affects icon to the other layer so that duplicates them all like that.
Now we are going to Shift click, add this to a group and we can lower the overall opacity on that and let us move this over here so we can get a look at before and after so it really adds a nice glamorous touch. This is for glamour retouching, not for everybody. For people that have thin eyelashes or you just want to beef up the lashes, these lashes are dynamic and they work beautifully, they look very nice, they look better than real false eyelashes in a lot of cases.
So, I hope you have enjoyed this and if you like to get Lance Lenoir’s lashes they are being sold at photoshopmama.net and you can support Lance and Mama by getting yourself this deluxe set of 21 different eyelashes.