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In this tutorial i show you how to make really cool evil green eyes. In the tutorial i am using a mac and photoshop cs4.
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What's good YouTube? Its Creative Ice Media Group here, and as promised. This is the how to make a really, really cool green eyes. The next video is going to be on hazel eyes. Because I've done blue, green here. If there are any other color, that’s it. There’s going to be green in here. So this is the green one. They look kind of evilish, but if you look at the before and after. After, before. Okay. They look like evil demon eyes. What you want to do is open your image into Photoshop. Okay. And you're going to want to make a selection of the iris using the pen tool. Okay. I'm basically, you can see, mine is really rough thing as you can see. It’s not clean, but when you right click. Press make selection, I'm going to do a feather radius of 8, that’s going to fix up the selection. So were going to press control C on a PC or command C on Mac to copy. And then control V or command V to paste. Okay. Now, as you can see, I have a selection of the iris. Perfect. Okay. What I'm going to do is just change the blend mode to overlay. Okay. As you can see it’s already changed. Before, after. If you are happy of this, you are done. But I want to make mine look like a demon eyes. Okay. So were going to duplicate that layer. Okay. And I'm going to choose a gradient overlay. And I'm going to choose this one. Yeah. Alright, I'm going to choose change that to overlay. And change the opacity down a bit. And I'm going to change that angle. So my angle is 135, my opacity is 58, my blend mode is overlay, and I just chose this gradient. Okay. As you can see it’s already like a demon eye. Sort of. But I'm going to change the blend mode to soft light. Okay. Then I'm going to duplicate this layer and I'm going to change the gradient overlay, because I don’t want that again. I'm going to change it to this, however, I'm going to make green. I want a dark green to a light green. So I'm going to press OK. I am going to change opacity. Press OK. And I'm going to change the main opacity of this layer, around 35. Okay. And there you have it. If I zoom out to 100%. And do before, after. They're like demon eyes aren't they? Aren't they? You can play with the gradients, like make different colors you’ll get different effect but, that’s how you make really cool green eyes I guess. Even though they're not that green at the end, they're kind of demony. But yeah. I'm off to make the hazel eye now, so peace. Oh wait, comment, rate, and subscribe. I'm so cool.