A headlight is all about the shape, position and color. Headlamps use LED lights that act as headlights. So in order to make a headlight look good, the shape, position, color can’t just be left alone. We have to give them some personality. To do this we can make an image of your head, the head of an animal, a bird or the human face. For more about image matching, see this article on Image Matching for Lamps. Once this image is ready, you can then create another mask, this time to only apply a layer above the top part of the image. When you do this, the image will get stretched to fill the gap between the new mask and the top part of the image, and when you move it back, the image will look right. Once your mask is done, you’ll have your headlamps.
5. Make a Face
Now that we’ve taken all of this care into account, let’s create a person! You can draw a face as simple as a picture of somebody and then crop it and save it as a new layer. For this tutorial I’d recommend a simple portrait of something from your own life, like your friend, your parent, maybe a picture of your mother or your grandmother. Once you’ve got this image ready, go ahead and draw your original face. Your final mask will be the same one you were working with, so you’ve got one less step to go over. You can use one of the masks I gave you below if you need a slightly more customized version and just to be super clear, the mask that you use will be the one that has a yellow overlay, not the one on the right, which will be a white one. When you get to the step that says, ‘I want to turn this into a mask’, make sure to turn the mask to the right color. The mask for the face will be dark and will match the face’s color. To be perfectly safe, you can also set the mask to be light instead.
6. Make a Background
Now, when you draw a face layer, you can put the image of somebody from your life down in the background. By doing this, you get to use one of the masks that can be modified. In this image, I’m going to use the one that’s blue, which has a yellow overlay because you see my own face in that mask, too. If you want to make your background look a little