Using a center-source inner glow


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Using a center-source inner glow

I'm working away inside the Blended smile.psd file found inside the 22_warp folder, and I've managed to create these kind of luminous spheres here that I drew using the Ellipse tool. So this is a vector-based shape layer, and then I applied the green coloring using the Color Overlay effect. And I got this wonderful little highlight here by raising the Altitude value inside Bevel and Emboss. In this final exercise of the project, I am going to show you how to create a pupil effect using an Inner Glow, of all things. And most people don't know that this feature exists, but it's actually really, really useful.

So switch to Inner Glow because it's the only one that offers this option, and you'll get the kind of glow you would expect; a little sort of yellow glow around the outside of the eyes which doesn't look anything like a pupil. So let's go ahead and switch out that color, pupils are notoriously black, so click on the Color Swatch to bring up the Color Pick...

Using a center-source inner glow
Video duration: 3m 51s 26h 24m Intermediate Updated Aug 31, 2010

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Using a center-source inner glow provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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