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Tutorial - Colouring Eyes by larafairie-stock Tutorial - Colouring Eyes by larafairie-stock
A tutorial for Photoshop, I'm just putting what I've learnt using photoshop into words to help others.
I hope you find this useful.


Made for Photoshop 7, but I'm guessing it will help with other versions.
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redravern Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2008
being new to photoshop this is going to be a great help many thanks
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watanuki-kimihiro Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2007
Instead of changing the Colour Balance, you could also use the Colour Replacement tool. That way, you wouldn't necessarily need the lasso tool, but it helps. They both acheive the same basic effect, but I think it would be easier to get the colour you want with Colour Replacement.
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mstdesigns Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2008
I agree. Another useful way to achieve such a thing is with the brush selecting from the properties Color/Hue/ Color burn. It is really useful. Note you should have it semi-transparent or less, so as to manage tones.
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Suinaliath Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2007  Professional Photographer
OMFG Thank you! I've been looking everywhere for a tutorial like this.
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Beebums Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2007
Another way to do it would be to use the Lasso tool as suggested, but instead of color balance, do image > adjustments > photo filter, and choose the color. This works for sepia on b&w photos too. Thanks!!! :-)
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radxmuffin Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2007
thank you.
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shockhorror000 Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2007
I have tried so many different ways to change eye colour and so many different tutorials. Your's was the easiest and gave the best results :)
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JulietWithin Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2007   Digital Artist
once again, paintshop is terrible, i want photoshop! with paintshop i only know how to do these things by hand UGH :(
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Mashia Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2007  Student Photographer
Tutorial is great, thanks =)
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full-of-lies Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2006
ow thanks! how thoughtful of you
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Midnite-Angel-101 Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2006
Your Awesome! This is perfect for me... I completely understand =) All your tutorials are great =D
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LadyMacabre Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2006   Traditional Artist
Thanks a lot for a great tutorial! It was really, really helpful. (PS, have you ever considered putting up a 'tutorial' section on your website? I just thought it would be helpful..)
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Ashifter Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2006
thank you so much, ive wondered for so long on how to do this. ty!
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moonlitdreamer-stock Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2006   Photographer
usually i use color dodge and it takes forever

this way is so much less complicated and it has a better outcome...thank you for sharing your tips with us :hug:
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Monique-du-Bois Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Also a good tip is feathering the selection by 20 or so, so that you dont have a hard edge and a more blended one. but hey.. thanks for your tut.'s.. they help a tonne.. specially the b & w one :)
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Thorvold Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
May I please make a copy this tutorial? I'm new to Photo shop and this would be a huge help.

Thank you
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larafairie Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2006  Professional Photographer
you can use it, download for yourself.
you can't post it on any other websites etc though.
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Thorvold Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you.
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Didadey Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2006
more those tutorials?
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agapetos Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2005  Student Traditional Artist
Great & simple tutorials! Can't wait to see more!
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Silvarith Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2005
saved all teh tutorials n a folder 2 read n use them. u have no idea how much u help..or u do ^^;
nyway...thank u :)
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laeni-recycle Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2005   Photographer
Fantastic!! Thank you so much!
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larafairie Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2005  Professional Photographer
Your welcome. =)
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gwmonk1 Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Lara Im glad your doing tutorials. Its a good way to share you knowledge with the world.
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Renilicious Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
A great basic tutorial. Another good way of recolouring bits is to play with an adjustment layer, as then you get to paint in exactly where you would like the colour to go to without marking the original picture layer (it's a good way to do things esp. if you need to go back and change). :clap:
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larafairie-stock Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2005   Photographer
There's many different ways but I was just showing which was I do it. =) Thanks for your suggestion.
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Renilicious Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh sorry, I hope I didn't step on your toes! I didn't mean to come across as a know-all. *wince*
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larafairie Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2005  Professional Photographer
That's alright. :aww:
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