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Log in to your PayPal account and click on the “Send Payment” tab.
Enter the amount of money you want to send, then use the scroll-down list to select your payment’s currency. As of 2010, PayPal does business in over 150 countries and offers 16 currency choices.
Select the “Purchase” or “Personal” tab, depending on which describes the nature of your payment. Further classify your purchase by selecting among the following:
Click the “Continue” button and wait for the payment review page to load.
If your PayPal account balance is less than the amount of your payment, PayPal will apply the balance towards the payment and take the remainder from whichever account you linked to your PayPal account to as a funding source.
Click “Send Money” at the bottom of the payment review page after you are sure all the information is accurate.
for those of you that keep asking me how was it done well here it is.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to quickly and easily create a beautiful, futuristic portrait by applying a
plastic wrap effect or mask to a portrait using Cinema 4D and Photoshop. Let’s get started!
The following assets were used during the production of this tutorial. Please download them before you begin.
for allowing us the use of their photo in this tutorial. The high resolution image is available on Shutterstock
but the low resolution image can be downloaded below for use in this tutorial.
Open Cinema 4D. Open Content Browser (Window > Content Browser) and go to Presets > Humans.
Double click on Lisa to add it on the stage.
Remove the unwanted body parts. Select all nested layers below the body layer and press Delete.
Press Enable Axis Modification from the left toolbar and select the blue dot at the bottom (Anchor point). Move the Anchor point of the body from the bottom to the center of the head by dragging.
Rotation check. Don’t forget to disable Axis Modification. Press Rotate tool (Top toolbar) and rotate the figure just to check the Anchor point position. After the check Undo (CMD/CTRL + Z) Rotation.
Press Polygon mode from left toolbar and select Rectangle Selection from the top toolbar. UncheckOnly Select Visible Elements. Draw a rectangle from legs to the neck with Rectangle Selection tool and press Delete.
Switch the camera view to Perspective by pressing the square icon on the top-right corner of the window.
Try to adjust the position of the head using Move, Scale and Rotate icons on the top-right corner of the window. The position of the head must match the pose and perspective of the photo.
Create new material for the head (Create > New Material) from Material Manager panel.
From Material Editor check Color and set:
From Material Editor check Reflection and set:
From Material Editor check Reflection and set:
Add the new material to Lisa layer with dragging it from material manager. Select default material and pressDelete to remove it.
Add Sky object (from top toolbar)
Creating sky material. Open Photo_Studio.jpg in Adobe Photoshop. Make one copy of the Background layer (Layer > Duplicate layer).
Extend the visible area using the Crop tool.
Move upper layer to the right using Move tool. Save the image as Photo_Studio2.jpg
Go back to Cinema 4D. Create new material for the sky. From Material Editor check Luminance and loadPhoto_Studio2.jpg as a Texture.
Drag the new material to the Sky layer.
Step 1. Open Photoshop and open the image you want to edit. Type “L” to open the Lasso Tool. Draw a marquee around bra tag.
Step 2. Type “M” to open the Marquee Tool. Using the tool, move the marquee to a spot of skin with same texture and color. (At this stage if you can’t find a perfect match you may have to tweak skins luminous and color with a curves adjustment layer clipped on top of this layer.
Step 3. Type “CTRL+C” to copy the area, and “CTRL-V” to paste the area. Now move/stretch the new-pasted piece of skin over top of the bra tag. (Keep in mind shadows)
Step 4. Type “P” to open Pen Tool. Using Pen tool trace the existing shadow. Make this a selection feather somewhere in the range of 1 to 3 px. Fill the selection with the same color of the existing shadow. This can be done with the eyedropper tool or by pressing alt while using the brush or fill tool. Once color is filled mask or erase any excess.
Step 5. Create an inverted masked dodge and burn curve adjustment layer. Type “B” to open the brush tool and dodge and burn to build form.
Step 6. Lightly sharpen pixel that where altered during the initial edit. (Any method of choice) In this exercise I choose to create a “stamp” which is a copy of all the visible layers merge together on one working layer. This is done but pressing together keys Shift+Ctrl+Atl +E. Once that’s done select filter-Other-Highpass and a radius in the range of 1-3 works great for this particular image