Turn any photo into a dot grid artwork with these Photoshop actions. You'll get great results with dots that change size. They get larger in brighter areas and smaller in darker areas. Free download available.
After you apply the smart object the layer have to look like this. This may help if you want to change any of the layers later.
Duplicate the layer pressing CTRL + J and rasterize giving right click in the image and click the option "rasterize layer."
Change background colors. Press CTRL+U and in the option saturation put -30.
Duplicate the layer pressing CTRL + J and then change the layer to soft light at 70% of opacity.
Modify color pressing CTRL+U in colorize mode. Adjust hue at 207 and press ok.
Duplicate that layer once again. Change color CTRL+U. just add more saturation 30%. Also reduce the fill of the layer at 70%.
Transfer the model to the background and fix the size pressing CTRL+J.
Open a stock picture from a rock and cut the rock out with quick selection tool.
Put the stone layer before the model's layer and reduce the size with CTRL+T.
Select mode's hood with the polygonal lasso tool and duplicate the layer CTRL+J.
Change the color of the hood pressing CTRL+U in saturation put -40.
: Duplicate the hood layer again. Change it to multiply mode and reduce opacity to 50% and Fill to 70%.
Return to the model's layer, and select her dress with lasso tool and then duplicate the layer with CTRL+J.
Reduce the saturation. Press CTRL + U. and in the option saturation put -100. In that way the dress will be black.
Now select the model skin, and press CTRL+J to duplicate the layer.
Go to filter-> Blur-> Surface Blur, and add 7 pixels for radius and for threshold to make the skin softer.
Change the color of the skin, pressing CTRL+U. Saturation -60.
To make the eyes brighter, select the eyes with the lasso tool, duplicate the layer CTRL+J. and change the layer mode to color dodge.
Also if you want to make her eyes another color, just have to make some adjustments pressing CTRL+U. Using the layer in color mode.
Create a new layer pressing SHIFT+CTRL+N, and paint with a soft brush over the model's cheeks to make the blush, with a pink tone.
Put the layer in multiply, and add some Gaussian blur. Go to filter -> blur -> Gaussian Blur. Add 10 of radius. You can change the opacity of the layer as much as you like.