How to add clothes in photoshop?April 15, 2022
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Table of contents
- Insert image.
- Copy the selected layer.
- Select the clothing that you want to transform.
- Add pattern on your image.
- Download a new pattern.
Let’s start with the first step.
Step 1: Insert image.
This will open a file browser or download folder you can select the image. And click the open button. Go to File -> Open or press CTRL + O
Step 2: Copy the selected layer.
To do this, copy your selected area by pressing: Ctrl+J; a new layer will create automatically.
let’s choose the quick selection tool . This can be done by clicking on the icon depicted below located in the toolbar down the left side of the screen, or by hitting the w button on your keyboard.
Step 3: Select the clothing that you want to transform
To select the clothing, use the quick selection tool to carefully click on the clothes area that you would like to use.
To create a clipping mask, we need two layers. The layer on the bottom controls the visibility of the layer above it. In other words, the bottom layer is the mask, and the layer above it is the layer that’s clipped to the mask.
Step 4: Add pattern on your image.
Click on the bottom icons to Create new fill or adjustment layer, and choose a pattern.
Then choose your pattern and click on the ok button.
Press alt and your mouse go to two layer center, Click between both the layers.
Now a new cloth has been added to your image.
Click on an overlay to give a real look to the cloth.
Click on ‘an multiply to give a darkness look to the cloth’.
Step 5: Download a new pattern.
If you want a new pattern then you go to google and download the pattern of your mind.
Go to Image clothspattern free download or similar site whitch offering downloadable pattern.
Open your image pattern in photoshop.
Press on ctrl+t to set the size on your cloth.
Then drag and drop the layer.
finally, We have changed clothes in photoshop.
Thanks for reading…