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Photoshop: How do I add black under eye marks (football players)

 
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Jan 27, 2016 00:57 |  #1

Hey guys,

Planning on shooting my baby girl with a football theme (since superbowl is coming up). I'd like to photoshop in the undereye black markings like how the players have. I'd rather not put anything on her skin and run the risk of it getting into her eyes so post-processing it is.

Links to tutorials or videos are best!


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Jan 27, 2016 07:08 |  #2

Perhaps if we were made cognizant of your software...


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Jan 27, 2016 07:13 |  #3

chauncey wrote in post #17874668 (external link)
Perhaps if we were made cognizant of your software...

Well it does say PHOTOSHOP in the title so I think that is a clue.

You could try using a black paint brush.


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Jan 27, 2016 07:16 |  #4

Here's what I would try first:
Add a new color fill layer layer, make it about 80% dark brown/black, change blend mode to multiply (or try some of the other darkening blend modes), mask off the whole layer with a black mask, then use a brush with a relatively hard edge (like 80% hardness?) to paint white onto the mask to reveal the stripes of eye-black.

Play around with the opacity of the layer, the different blend modes, and the color of the layer until you get something satisfying.

The actual eye-black has a little bit of shine to it. Therefore, to make it completely believable, you might need to add another layer that you can use to brush in a few shiny areas, that play nice with your actual lighting placement. Maybe a hue/sat layer with the sat pulled way back and the lightness made pretty bright? Again, masked to black then brushed in with white to reveal only a little bit.

Look at a google images search of "football eye black" to have a bunch of references handy.


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Jan 27, 2016 07:19 |  #5

I'd agree...new layer, paint it in w/ a brush and play w/ blend mode and opacity


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Jan 27, 2016 11:56 |  #6

fashionrider wrote in post #17874493 (external link)
Hey guys,

Planning on shooting my baby girl with a football theme (since superbowl is coming up). I'd like to photoshop in the undereye black markings like how the players have. I'd rather not put anything on her skin and run the risk of it getting into her eyes so post-processing it is.

Links to tutorials or videos are best!

https://books.google.c​om …hotoshop%20effe​ct&f=false (external link)




  
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Jan 27, 2016 11:56 |  #7

Just use black paint brush with no feathering....and use a big brush.




  
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Jan 30, 2016 11:06 |  #8

Id create a blank layer. Fill it with black. Reduce the size. Adjust the blend. THEN use TRANSFORM > WARP to make it appear its actually on the skin. This would harder with just a brush stroke.




  
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Jan 31, 2016 10:16 |  #9

kjonnnn wrote in post #17879082 (external link)
Id create a blank layer. Fill it with black. Reduce the size. Adjust the blend. THEN use TRANSFORM > WARP to make it appear its actually on the skin. This would harder with just a brush stroke.

To add to this you could use a displacement map on the new layer and it would fit to the face perfectly this way.


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Feb 10, 2016 13:15 |  #10

DagoImaging wrote in post #17880242 (external link)
To add to this you could use a displacement map on the new layer and it would fit to the face perfectly this way.


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