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This tutorial shows you a very cool effect you can do to your photos: Make a multi colored eye.
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What's good YouTube, Creative Ice Media Group here. And today I'm going to show you how to make a multi color eye effect. I made a previous tutorial on how to change the color of your eye. This one’s a bit different and it’s just only basically making a multi colored eye effect, like the one that you see here right now. First thing you want to do open your image into Photoshop and unlock video by double clicking on that lock there. Press OK. And I'm going to start by making a selection of the eye. There's many ways to use. You can use the polygon lasso tool, magnetic lasso tool, the pen tool. Wherever way you're comfortable. I'm most comfortable with the pen tool. Okay. Start making a selection. Okay. And then right click and mark selection. Do a feather radius 3 pixels and press OK. Now press control C to copy and control V. I just made a copy of your eye. And just to make it easier for you. So, now what you want to do is go to file, new, 1000 pixels by 1000 pixels. Press OK. Unlock the layer. And go filter, make sure your foreground and background colors are black and white. Go filter, render, fibers, press OK. Variance 16, strength, 4. Press OK. Go filter, blur, motion blur. And make angle 90 degrees and the distance 999 pixels. Press OK. Now go on the effects, whatever the thing is called. On that FX, probably effects and go gradient overlay. I'm going to be using the rainbow effect. Make sure the blend mode is on overlay and then angle is 0 and press OK. Now what you want to do is just drag it in to the image. Pre transform it. And to make the edges touch the edges of the eye like so. And press enter to transform it. And you want to make it blend mode, overlay. And here's why we cut out the eye, what you want to do is press control. And you can see when I press control, a little square dotted square comes on the finger. Whatever it’s called. And once you hold your control, click on the cut out eye and it makes a selection of the eye. Now while that selection is there, click on the layer you just made, the multi colored layer. And clicking the lasso tool, right click. Select inverse and just press delete. Then press control D to deselect and then change opacity to around 67. And there you have a multi colored eye. Just play around the settings. I'm sure if you play around all the different blend mode settings, it’s pretty cool. Just play around with the blend mode settings or change the result you get. And I like that. It’s quite deep rich blue. Just play around the settings and that’s how you get a multi colored eye. Thank you for watching, please comment, rate, and subscribe.