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In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to make your model slimmer.
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Hey guys, what’s up, Robert here with another Photoshop tutorial from Robert’s Productions. In this tutorial, I’m going to show a real 100% effective in most cases tutorial on how to lose weight in Photoshop. We have a lot of different techniques to lose weight here in the United States. I know, I always see Jenny Craig on TV. Do we set that slim fast stuff out? I remember those and we have a lot of diet pills out there. Those are probably the most unhealthy way to lose weight, but okay. Here’s a pretty healthy way to lose weight, but I mean, it’s only a virtual way to lose weight. And could this be what’s possibly used in these commercials before and after size 16, size 4? Possibly!
So I’m going to start by opening my photo that I want to use. Oh my God! Let’s close that. Let’s try this one. Whoa! What is that? Is that a man on a bike wearing a dress? I wonder how much they paid him to do that. Okay, final photo, oh yeah, that’s it, that’s it. Sorry, sorry I took a while.
This is the photo that we’re going to try to thin out in Photoshop. And one thing I do want to mention is something that’s bothering me a lot. It’s this bulge right here. This bulge, I mean, I can’t—I don’t know if she’s pregnant or that’s the fatness or a boob is hanging out. It’s reaching to there. I don’t know, but it’s kind of like—I’m not going to be able to sleep tonight because of this. But hopefully, I can fix it in Photoshop and so, let’s get started. I’m going to stop boring you.
Make sure your layer is selected and we’d start off by going to filter liquefy, and our liquify window opens. Yes, it does. And our liquify window doesn’t work, or does it? And our liquefy filter doesn’t work. Come on, work for me. There you go, fit it in that window, okay.
Now, I’m going to zoom out here and the first thing we’re immediately going to take care of is this bulge because that’s annoying. I’m going to come over here and select the forward warp tool and we’re going to come over to the brush size and increase it to a pretty good size for me to be able to push in that warp or—what is it? Push in that bulge, and, oh my god! Man, now I’m going to be able to sleep big time. I’m going to sleep good tonight. Oh man, that was annoying. Anyway, keep you forward warp tool selected and you can bring in her sides. I mean—yeah, just bring them in, make her pretty again, or him. I don’t know if it’s a man or a woman. We can even add some muscles and a mustache.
So you know, kind of give curvature, the way you want someone to look. And another thing I’m going to do to is I’m going to come over here to the pucker tool and we’re going to pucker her up. I’m going to pucker this side of her arm. What this does, it just decreases the size of certain things. Select this that needs to be decreased, you know, a lot of areas.
Now, she’s starting to look anorexic but that’s okay. I’m sure she would like to that, too. So her boob is like way out here. We’re going to try to move that back with the forward warp tool. She kind of looks like she’s sucking it all in. Let’s go—oh god, it’s going to flop up. Should we pucker her face? Does her face need some puckeration? And right now, this is a process that I call defatifying. It’s a process that I came up with. I mean I came up with the word, I didn’t come up with this way of doing it. But I came up with the word defatifying and I made her have kind of a long face, so what’s the long face all about here? Let’s scrunch it back up. We can have a lot fun with the warp tool. It looks okay, halfway decent. I probably just ruined it right now. She looks like a witch, or him. Okay, she’s anorexic. Click OK and watch this, boom! Wow, we made her skinny! I probably made her a little bit too skinny but you know that’s okay.
So let’s take a look at the before—maybe. This stupid history, come on. Oh, there we go. I was clicking the wrong one. Okay, so fat and bulgy to skinny. Squeeze it in! Squeeze it in. Fat, squeeze it in. So this could be like before size 30, after size 1. Before, after, before, after.
So this is pretty much—as you can see, it’s a pretty much effective, really effective way to lose weight in Photoshop virtually. So you a MySpace lady right here. You could be skinny again on your MySpace, have your boyfriend on MySpace that likes you. Careful on there. I’ll just stop right there.
So anyway, it’s a good way to make you skinny. I don’t need to use that. I don’t need to use it. It’s good for special occasions, parties. Make someone look skinny, make them happy. They’re going to be like, “Oh, I like that photo! Yes!” Okay, I’ll leave you alone now.
The video will end in approximately 10 seconds. I’ll leave you alone. I don’t want to waste your whole day, your whole night talking about this lady, okay? So I’ll stop this tutorial right here. I hope this helped and you can use it for a lot of different purposes. And we also need to ship her a few weight loss brochures maybe—I don’t know. I don’t know where I’m going with this.
Anyway, if you’re on YouTube, please write a comment and subscribe. I’m Robert from, you know where, Robert’s Productions and until next time! Take care!