Turn a Regular Headshot Into a Cold Winter Portrait

Turn a Regular Headshot Into a Cold Winter Portrait

Turn a Regular Headshot Into a Cold Winter Portrait
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Then apply Gaussian blur with 100% radius

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And used the layer in soft light.

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Add a new layer and use the gradient tool. I used in this layer pink and blue. Also apply Gaussian blur to make it softer.

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Used Soft Light

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Step 33

Add a new gradient with dark blue and use once again the layer in soft light with 70% of opacity.

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Step 34

Paint the model's skin with a blue tone using a soft brush.

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Use the layer in soft light with 70% of opacity and fill.

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Step 35

Duplicate the model's original layer CTRL + J and change the color pressing CTRL + U

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Step 36

Paint light with a soft brush with 70% of opacity using white color, then put the layer in soft light.

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Step 37

Add a new layer and use the paint bucket tool with the color 60% gray. Put the layer in overlay and paint over that layer with dodge and burn tool to create shadows and lights.

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Step 38

Add some snow, I used brushes for this.

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To end with this manipulation I reduce the saturation a -20. And that's it!!!

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Final Results

Download the PSD

Winter Portrait.zip | 9.43 MB

Tutorial by Andrea Garcia

profileI hope you get good results with this tutorial. You can check more of my art at:www.andygoth666.deviantart.com

- Andrea García

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21 comments on “Turn a Regular Headshot Into a Cold Winter Portrait”

  1. I find a lot of your tutorials very very good. This one could have been good but it's lazy. You have left out very important parts if the tutorial is to followed closely..And I do not understand why you would do this??

  2. You did a wonderful job with this tutorial. It turned out fantastic. I know what I am talking about. Thank you for taking the time and put up tutorials that are so easy to follow.
    Thank you

  3. this was a wonderful tutorial! I just started using PS, and this tutorial was very simple to follow. I changed a few things up, and mined turned out as a Lady Loki :) I've attached it if you'd like to see...

  4. lovely tutorial, I attempted making a winter portrait myself following your instructions - turned out just great :)

  5. where did her pupils go?? lol Is she married to the abominable snowman...or bigfoot? Maybe they like blue eyeshadow..

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