How to Make Boobs Bigger in Photoshop
We’ve all seen the before and after picture of Keira Knightley where her breasts have been enlarged using Photoshop. Achieving those Photoshop breasts is actually really easy and in just a few steps, you too can achieve that enhanced look.
You only need to take a look on Fakebook to see how easy it is to muck up Photoshop breasts. You will see all sorts of errors from wobbly arms and distorted tops. The best way to go is to keep it simple and subtle. However, even if you were thinking of creating Photoshop breasts bigger than Jordan’s then this method should still work well.
I have included a couple of ways to produce the effect, there are so many ways of doing it but you can choose which one is better for your picture.
To begin creating your Photoshop breasts you will need to find or take a decent picture that you can use. The breast area should be clearly visible and unobstructed.
Load your picture into Photoshop and click on the Lasso selection tool. With your mouse, trace around the breast area, this can be roughly done but make sure you include all of the breast area and more.
Right click on the selected area and create a new layer, ensure the new layer is above the first layer. Select the new layer and click CTRL+ALT+T this will frame the selection and allow you to make changes to it separate to the main photo. You can simply enlarge this selection by dragging the edges but for more functions, right click to produce the list.
You will notice that you are on your way to having Photoshop breasts but it looks a bit messy. Now you need to select the rubber tool on a medium opacity and with the top layer highlighted you can erase the edges that look rough. Do this until the breast area has blended in, you can also use the blend/blur tool to smooth out the edges.
Another way of creating Photoshop breasts is to use the liquidation tool. This method is a bit trickier and may not be useful for creating very large Photoshop breasts but can still be used to good effect. You still need to work with a selection on a new layer. Select the liquidation tool and after it opens into a new window, there is a range of tools to the left, one of which is the bloat tool, the tool is circular and will equally enlarge a given area so you may need to reverse the process in some areas after achieving the desired size.