Photoshop Tutorial Turn Woman into a Vampire Witch

Photoshop Tutorial Turn Woman into a Vampire Witch -

As a part of my Fantasy Art tutorials series, following many requests, I decided to make a tutorial that will show you how to turn a woman into a vampire/witch. Well, only visually.

Vampire photoshop tutorial

This tutorial was moved permanently from due to technical reasons. Ok, so this is going to be an ultra-simple tutorial for making this image. It can add a lot of sexy and elegant yet creepy effects to any of your family photos, so since it’s a quick and easy tut, I sincerely recommend you to try it out.

We used a picture of Amy Lee, so for a start, you need to get some photos to work with, though don’t forget that you need someone with light eyes, it won’t work well enough on brown/black eyes.. discrimination, I know.

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You can take the picture of Amy Lee that we used as her eyes are really bright.

Duplicate the layer.

Select the upper layer, and go to Hues / Saturation and reduce the colors of the upper layer fully.

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Select the eraser tool, very small with a sharp edge, we used 5px, but you may want to work with an even smaller size.

erase the upper (black n’ white) layer from the inside of the eye. Don’t touch the white area of the eye.

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so u will get something like this…

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Now to the interesting part.

Select the upper (colorless) layer again, and go to Brightness / Contrast.

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The idea is to reduce both Contrast and Brightness dramatically so that the face won’t be anything but a background anymore.

you will get something like this (feel free to play with the settings, depending on the photo, maybe you will need less or more brightness or contrast)

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For the final touch, select again the layer below (colored) and go to Hue / Saturation. We will add a bit of contrast, so that the eyes won’t be that “pale” anymore and will blend in better…

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Glowing Monsters Eyes at Night

That’s it. I hope you liked this small tut.

Photoshop Tutorial Recap – How to Turn Woman into a Vampire Witch

Creating a detailed vampire Photoshop tutorial can be challenging, but I will do my best to provide a step-by-step guide to transforming a woman into a vampire witch. Before starting, ensure you have Adobe Photoshop installed on your computer.

Step 1: Open your image

Open the image of the woman you want to transform into a vampire witch.

Step 2: Create a duplicate layer

Go to the Layer menu, select Duplicate Layer, and then click OK. You’ll work on this layer to keep the original image untouched.

Step 3: Pale Skin Effect

Vampires are often portrayed with pale skin. Here’s how to achieve that look:

  • Go to Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation.
  • In the dialog box, select “Reds” from the dropdown menu.
  • Lower the Saturation to give the skin a pale look.
  • Click OK.

Step 4: Darken the Eyes

The eyes are crucial in a vampire transformation. Let’s darken them:

  • Use the Lasso Tool (L) to select the eyes.
  • Go to Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast.
  • Decrease the Brightness and increase the Contrast as needed.
  • Click OK.

Step 5: Add Fangs

You’ll need a separate image of vampire fangs for this:

  • Open the fangs image, and use the Quick Selection Tool (W) to select the fangs.
  • Copy the selected fangs (Ctrl/Cmd+C) and paste them onto your original image (Ctrl/Cmd+V).
  • Use the Free Transform (Ctrl/Cmd+T) to adjust the size and position of the fangs. Place them over the woman’s teeth.
  • Use the Eraser tool (E) to clean up any unwanted parts of the fangs image.

Step 6: Vampire Witch Attire

For the witch part of the transformation, consider adding a witch’s hat:

  • Open the witch hat image.
  • Select the hat using the Quick Selection Tool (W).
  • Copy and paste it onto your main image.
  • Use the Free Transform to adjust the hat’s size and position.

Step 7: Finishing Touches – Adding Dark Makeup

You might want to add some dark makeup to enhance the vampire-witch look:

  • Use the Brush Tool (B) and choose a dark color.
  • Reduce the brush’s Opacity to around 20% in the Options Bar.
  • Paint over the eyelids to create an eyeshadow effect.
  • Repeat these steps for adding darker lipstick if desired.

Step 8: Save your Image

Once you’re satisfied with your image, save your project. Go to File > Save As, choose your desired location, and click Save.

Remember, Photoshop is a powerful tool with a vast array of functions. Feel free to experiment and add your own personal touches to this transformation!

This tutorial provides a basic guideline, and there are many more detailed tutorials available online with video guidance and more specific instructions.