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In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to how to change your eye color and their definition.
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Ok, now you should’ve created a new layer here, shape 1, right click on shape 1, and click on blending options. Now over here, click on inner shadow, and just have these settings right here, sides 193, and blend mode, for the color, you can adjust the color to whatever you want it to be. I’ll just make it a red for now. Right now, it should start looking something like this, and then click on stroke. And choose your color. I’ll choose a reddish, or no you want it all, make it blue, and click ok. And if you want a color or gradient, that’s up to you. Yes, make it color. Now for opacity make it 55, blend mode normal, position outside, and size that’s how the, see let me show you, if I drag this side, see that how it changes. I recommend three or four, if you want maybe five, I’ll leave you at three, and click Ok. Now this is how your icon should be looking now.