Learn How to make Lenoir Lashes in Photoshop - Part 1
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Hi! This is Mama Shan with another video tutorial. And I am really excited to introduce a new product that a gentleman by the name of Lance Lenoir is allowing me to debut for you. And there is this wonderful eyelashes. I am just going to move this Layers Pallet out of the way, and this group is containing Lance Lenoir’s eyelashes. I am going to shut them off and on. Let me zoom in on this. So he has got this wonderful product with over 21 different styles of eyelashes that you can easily apply to your glamour photographs.
So let us get started. I am going to start out here first, by showing you if you order this, you will get them on a zip folder. And to unzip the folder, you want to save that to your desktop just right click on it and say extract all. Click the wizard next button, and just let it extract to the desktop, and click next and then click Finish.
And what that does, I am going to close this for a minute. It creates an identical name folder Lenoir Lashes, right underneath the zip folder. You are going to take this archive zip folder and burn it to a disk or store it somewhere on your hard drive. And you are going to use the contents that are in the unzip folder. So I am going open that up and show you what is in here.
He has got an installation text here. If you open that up, it is going to give you complete instructions for what you should do for versions CS and CS2, and he has got the action in here and a script to open it. So you will just install it according to his instructions right here. And I am going to open up my actions pallet and let us close this one out and start with a brand new one, and minimize that and open this up. And this is a flattened finished image of a retouch. So I am going to use this one and open up my actions pallet. And if you cannot find yours in your pallet well or in your other pallets, is always under the window menu. All of your pallets are listed under here so you can just toggle it on from there.
And I have already loaded my Lenoir Lashes in here, and this is how it works. I am going to scroll down here, and I am working in CS2 right now. So, I am going to click on CS2 here and this is for Mac right there. I will close that up because I am on a PC. And I am just going to click Play. And what is this going to do is open up his high resolution image with over 21 lashes in it and you are just going to zoom in, Command plus, and kind of pick a style of lash that you want. And some of these are different shapes so you will kind of to look at your models eye but I will tell you this, you can conform them to any eye shape, especially if you are in CS2. Some of them will conform with just transformation commands. And others, you might have to push it a little bit with the Work Tool in version CS2 and above.
So, I am going to select this style of lashes and what you want to do, is you want to make sure that you are highlighted on this transparent layer here. There is a background layer here that is white. That is only so you can see the style of lashes. You can see that it is a little bit more difficult to see when that is on. But with the layer that I have highlighted here in his file, you are going to want to just take the Rectangular Marquee Tool or a Lasso Tool. And you are just going to want to select the style of lashes that you want. Make sure that layer is highlighted. Then you are going to want to grab the Move Tool from the tool box, and then just move these lashes right into your document. And then you can close the lashes document. And you do not need to save it.
Now we have got this layer one with the lashes here, and we are going to separate them into four different layers. And this is the way we are going to do it. I am going to take the regular Lasso Tool here, and I am going to start over here. In this, I consider this to be on my right. So I am going to call this lower right. And what I am going to use is the shortcut command to cut it out of this layer and put it on a new layer.
Now I am going to show you where the command is up here. Just so if you do not like shortcu