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In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to apply digital tattoos.
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Hey guys, what's up? Welcome to another Photoshop video tutorial from Robertsproductions.net and in this tutorial I'm going to show you how to add the tattoo quickly, simply and painlessly in Photoshop.
So the first thing we need to do is get an image from online. And I already got on here so I'm going to click and drag this into Photoshop. Here is my image, it has a white background and it best if you use a tattoo that already has white background because it easiest. But if you have any other color background you might have to get out, it also works best if you have a solid color background and the tattoo is like a digital file on that from someone else’s skin.
So all we have to do is click this, drag this up into the tattoo document tab, bring this down, let go and boom, there is the tattoo. So now we’re going to come up here to the blending mode where it says normal, click and select multiply. That’s going to key out the white and make the tattoo just a little bit darker then we can resize, reform and make this tattoo look more real by holding down control or command C, hold down shift and make it just a little bit bigger or a lot bigger.
And depending on what size you wanted to be and so on. So then you right click and select warp and you can match the tattoo to the curvature of the skin if there is any. So if it is on the fat person you know, you got to go way out there and so on. So that looks pretty good. Hit enter and then we can bring down the opacity just a little bit to make it look even more realistic and there you have it, the tattoo in Photoshop.
So, now if only they made a printer where you can go print this on your back that would be awesome. Now you can take a photo of yourself, put a tattoo on it or put many tattoos and send it to your parents. Good luck!
Thank you for watching. I hope this helped. I'm Robert from Roberts Productions and until next time. Take care!