Brighten Up Eyes

  • There are many ways to do this,  The simplest one would be to add the retouch component from face effects

    Once added you can increase the whiteness in the inspector

    You can also add glowing effects from face meshes or other methods

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  • misssssilver thank you for quick reply, Actually You're right I want to add some glowing effects in eyes Just like "Airy Shadows Simple", can you guide me how can i able to achieve this ?

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    You can also download eye textures or even glowing eye textures if you find some.

    Then add "eye color" from the objects panel, go to the inspector panel and change the "mode" to "texture". There you can just drag and drop your eye texture from the resource panel.




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  • Well I already tried this approach but no luck, maybe my textures are not good, do you have any glowing texture? If you do would you like to share with me? SirQu3ntin

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  • Hey @...

    Unfortunetly i couldnt find any good looking textures. Iam not sure what kind of eye you want to add but you can download an eye texture you like and then add a glowing effect in photoshop. Additionally i found a yt tutorial from Lensstudio which might help you. Click here for it.




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  • SirQu3ntin Thanks bro i checked it, I think i have achieved this, would you like to check my this effect? Check and please tell me further if there is any suggestions from your side.Thank you 

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