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In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to remove tattoos.
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Hey, what's up? Robert here with another Photoshop video tutorial from Robertsproductions.net and in this tutorial I'm going to be show you how to load a tattoo from any person quickly, easy and painlessly in Photoshop. So let's get started.
Here we have a photo of someone wearing a tattoo. She needs to take that tattoo off so she can send it to playboy and try to get a job. The recommendation or the exceptions say that she must not be wearing visible tattoos. Well, what is she going to do? If she's going to open up a Photoshop and remove this tattoo, so we’re going to be removing it quickly and easily using the patch tool.
There's many different other methods but the patch tool is the easiest when it comes to these kinds of tattoos. If you have a very big complicated tattoo like with many different pins, tones, shades and colors that’s a whole another story and that’s a lot more time consuming. So that you can follow up maybe a later tutorial, but anyway let's get started.
We’re going to play a little hide and go seek with Photoshop. We’re going to try to find the patch tool and luckily for me I know where it is. But you know, there are others spent three hours for finding it and it’s a pretty good hider, not really but if you look over here there's like a little band aid, you can take this band aid off and patch to your skin wherever you get that cut, see. Mouse are very dangerous in case you cut yourself using your mouse, you can use this little bandage.
So we’re going to hold down here—Oh! Look what I found in the patch tool it was hiding underneath the spot healing brush tool. So once again you can hold that down and find the patch tool or you can just hit the shortcut key J a bunch of times until the little—what is that pillow with needles sticking out comes up. Okay and we’re going to zoom in here on the tattoo and we’re going to go around this tattoo just like this.
It doesn’t have to be perfect but I like kind of follow the shape but I mean I guess you could basically do a circle but I like to be creative and just waste time. So there is that, we have our little flower here and we’re just going to simply click our left mouse button hold it down and drag up and select an area pretty to their original selection and just let go. Watch this. Boom!
We have completely removed the tattoo but we still have out little flower there marching in and we want to destroy it, we want to terminate them. So you can either go to select, deselect or you can hit control or command D if you are on the Mac. And there you have it. We’ve simply, quickly, painlessly remove this girl’s tattoo. So now she can send it into Playboy for review. But I think she might need a front picture as well because I don’t think this back picture will just cut it quite yet.
Thank you for watching, I hope this help. I'm Robert from Roberts Productions and until next time. Take care!