Illustrations/Digital Models: The Absurdly Simple Method to Glow Eyes!

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  1. TCracker

    TCracker おもちゃは今とても暑いです

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    Presenting . . . TCracker's Absurdly Simple Method To Glow-Glow Eyes!

    First, you need Adobe Photoshop. (I use 7.0, old but functional)

    Open the file you want to alter:

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    Here I chose Classics Megatron, simply he wants to volunteer:

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    Create a Layer:

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    Use the Lasso tool (circled in RED) and outline the eyes:

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    If you have more than one (1) area to lasso, just hit the shift key and go ahead with the next area you want to lasso:

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    After that, use the brush tool and brush over the lassoed area with white:

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    Then, to Layer > Layer Style > Outer Glow:

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    From there you can play with the settings until you achieve the desired glowy-ness:

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    Once you are satisfied, hit OK and save the file:

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    There, easy as pie.
     

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