Hello guys I am Vaibhav and in this tutorial I am going to show you how to add tattoo using Photoshop CS6. In previous Photoshop tutorials, I’ve demonstrated the use of the basic Photoshop tools and options. Being a more advanced photoshop tutorial, I decided to start things off with a video screencast followed by the typical groovyPost step-by-step tutorial with screenshots. Before you begin with Photoshop, you will need an image for the tattoo and a photo you want to add the tattoo on. With the background removed, add the tattoo image and press and hold Ctrl and click on the layer thumbnail to select all layer contents.
Now you can right-click again, and pick Warp to start slightly curving the image along the body curves, again using the anchor points to create an effect as if the tattoo is actually real.
With the tattoo placed in the right spot, go to the Layers panel and pick the Multiply blending mode to ensure everything looks as real as possible. If you’ve seen someone with a new tattoo, usually the skin around it is slightly red.
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Today I’m going to demonstrate a more advanced technique of adding a tattoo effect to someones body. Feel free to use the Magic Eraser Tool, Magic Wand Tool, Rectangular Marquee, Polygonal Lasso.
Then, while holding Alt+Shift, drag any of the corner anchor points and drag in or out to adjust the image accordingly.
The tattoo should look slightly curved along the edges of the body, but if it’s looking too curved, don’t hesitate to press Ctrl+Z and give everything a second try. For this tutorial what I am going to do is to create a new layer and then I’ll paste my tattoo onto that layer and then I will player with the Blending Modes to get the perfect result. I encourage you to follow along as there’s no better way to learn something than actually doing it! Svenja’s work is inspired by all kinds of people, places, animals, and other things beyond imagination which really takes her craft to the next level. By adding theatrical feathers, contact lenses and other accessories, Svenja creates some truly vibrant and colorful works.
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