Photoshop Double Chin | How To Perform Chin Liposuction In Photoshop


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How To Perform Chin Liposuction In Photoshop


Hey, there this is Amish from picks and perfect. How are you doing? I hope you’re having a great day and making it an awesome one. Welcome to another lesson for cosmetic surgery and today we’re going to learn how to remove double chin in Photoshop. It’s pretty easy, so without any further ado, let’s get started. [MUSIC] Back in the magical world of Photoshop. And if you want to go ahead and download this for unfollow along, you already know my friend where to go where to look. Check the links in the description for the new ones, okay. Welcome to the channel, don’t. Forget to subscribe the first thing we need to do. Here is to define the jaw and that you can do with creating a mask with the pen tool. I would recommend using the pen tool right here. Press P for the pen tool. Don’t forget the shortcut. P is for the pen. Tool pen starts with p. All right, so you can select the pen tool right here. If you cannot find it with the p now once you have selected the pen tool, start defining the jaw. Remember, you are the cosmetic surgeon right here. So you need to define how the jaw is gonna go, right. The risk is on you, so let’s start right over here and we’re just going to click and drag and you can modify it by simply holding the ctrl or command, and then you can just drag and move the point and you can edit the handles. That’s absolutely up to you, so let’s complete this, so I’m just going to click and drag right there. You need to be able to define. How do you want the jaw to look like this looks pretty okay to me. Zoom out a little bit and check. If it looks okay. If it looks even simply adjust accordingly, then you can also zoom in and just fine tune it around the edges. Once you have defined it, just simply finish the path, so we’re going to continue the path from right here, so you can click on in here to continue and then just continue here and we’re going to just create a selection just like this. Now once you have made that do not forget to rename the path. Because if you don’t rename it, it might get lost later. Now, let’s go to the paths tab. If you cannot see it right here, you can go to window and then make sure parts is checked. So all you have to do is to select the work path that we just made and name it double. Click on the text, where it says work path and just name it. Maybe job hit enter now. Let’s come back to the layers panel and make two copies of the background layer, so with the background layer selected press ctrl or command J twice. You can name the top layer above chin, and you can name the bottom layer below chin, so just like cosmetic surgery, which most of us have never done. We just have to push in the double chin. Now let’s make a selection of the path we just made so with the path active, you can right, click on it and choose make selection. Hit Okay with feather zero. The other thing that you can do. Lets press ctrl or command D. Let’s say you lost the path. Where’s the path? Where has it gone? And that’s why I told you to name it. So let’s go to the paths tab. You have the jaw right there. Hold the control or command and click on the thumbnail. It also makes the selection now in the layer’s panel select the above chin layer in here. We only want everything above the chin to be visible and below the chin to be not visible, so we want the opposite of the selection and we want to create an opposite mask, so hold the alt or option and then click on the mask button. This will keep everything white, which was not selected inside of the mask and therefore, if you turn off the below chin and the background, this only has this area which we want to keep intact lets. Turn them back on. Now, Let’s select the below chin layer and we’re gonna push it in and before we do anything to it, Let’s convert this into a smart object so that we can change the values of any filter later. Let’s go to filter and then convert for smart filters Hit okay now. This is a smart object. My friend, as you have already guessed it. All we got to do now is to just push in the lotion using liquify, but before we get into that, just make a copy of the above chin layer, so select that layer press ctrl or command J. You see when you are working with liquify you want to see the above chin layer with just the above chin? Unfortunately, masks of other layers are not considered in liquify, so we need to apply this mask, so right, click on the mask and choose apply layer mask, and that’s why we have a copy right there so that we can edit that later, Let’s select the below chin layer and then go to filter and then liquify first of all, just scroll down and then just make sure show backdrop is checked. Now you want to use the above chin copy. All right, select that you want to keep it in front so that when you push it in, it should be in front so that you can see the effect in real time and opacity. Keep it at hundred now. When you try to do anything, it might give you a message that the preview is not available due to some reason. Just ignore that message. Check the option. Don’t show again and just hit, okay, So select the forward warp tool right there with a lower pressure. Just push it in, just push the double chin in slowly and gradually just make sure the hair area is not affected right here. If you want some extra security, you can always use the freeze mask tool right here and just paint over it so that these areas are not very much affected. Now, let’s go to the forward warp tool right there and slowly and gradually just nudge and push this in. You can stop right here. If you feel like we don’t want it to be absolutely unnatural by taking the whole thing inside. Let it be like this and just hit. Okay, and you can actually stop right here. It’s pretty much done. Let’s take a look at the before. And after so, here is the before and here is the after now it’s time for us to soften the mask, but we already applied the mask on the layer, but that was just for liquify so we can delete the above chin. Copy right now, and we can deal with the above chin layer, Just select the mask and all we have to do now. If you zoom in, take a look, it’s so soft. It’s out of focus, so we need to soften this up a little bit, not this area so much, but this area a little bit so select the mask and this time, select the blur tool right there. [MUSIC] recording. Hello, hello. And this time, select the blur tool right there. Let the strength be 50 That’s fine with the mask selected. We are just blurring the mask area, so just brush over here. See, it’s blending in so well, let’s make the brush a little bigger, All right, you can brush here a little bit as well, but not so much as the edge, so brush a little more around the edge. See, it’s getting more and more natural. Okay, there you go. We can absolutely stop at this point now. Here is one challenge. Sometimes you can have lights from the top light might not be as soft as this. So sometimes you might need to add a little shadow under the jaw and to do that. I’m going to teach you that as well. It might not be very applicable with this image, but this is something that we should learn so just above the below chin layer, click on the adjustment layer icon and then choose your favorite. My favorite herbs create a point in the middle and just drag it down now select the mask. Press ctrl or command. I now take a soft round brush. You can decrease the flow to about two three four five percent, So we’re gonna keep it at four and then just paint in here under the jaw with white to remove the extras paint with black. Now, for this example, this is definitely too much, so let’s decrease the opacity slowly and gradually increase it to about 30 and there you go a little bit of shadow there as well. So here is the before, and here is the after you can do some further dodging and burning, but that’s pretty much all there is to it. All you have to keep in mind is that you are the surgeon. First of all, you need to define the jaw and then just create an above the chin layer and below the chin layer or below the jaw. I should have named it jaw, but anyway, it doesn’t matter. I’m not an English English linguist. Just all you got to do is to just push it in with liquify, that’s it! I hope this video helped you, And if it did make sure to give us a like and also don’t forget to subscribe and not just subscribe. 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