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How to Create & Retouch Facial Hair | Photoshop Tutorial

How to Create & Retouch Facial Hair | Photoshop Tutorial

ADD FACIAL HAIR TO EVEN A BABY! | Use this technique to add or enhance facial hair anywhere | Using brushes, beards, and clone stamp

If you’re interested in adding a full-fledged beard to any person, you can use the technique in this tutorial and even download the free brush pack I created to quickly and effectively create realistic facial hair in Photoshop CC.

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In this Photoshop tutorial, I’ll cover cutting a beard off of one face and blending it into a new face whether that is a fully grown man’s face or a baby’s face. We’ll create a custom brush, building facial hair from scratch, using Select and Mask to fine tune (sort of) the selection, masking, matching color, and much more!

01:15 Getting started
02:24 Extract the beard from a different photo
03:44 Matching the color
06:47 Select and Mask to extract the beard more perfectly
11:38 Cleaning up the beard’s mask
17:21 Creating the beard brush to paint a beard onto anybody!
24:13 Dodging and burning
25:15 Colorizing the beard to help match the photo
26:40 Smart Grain to finish the manipulation work

⚡️ download the facial hair/beard brush pack here: http://bit.ly/2kgevTi

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