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option for the cloning tool in the top tool bar.

Step 7
Once you’ve created a nice splatter area made from skin, turn the visibility of your “Paint map” layer back on. You should have something that looks like the image below.

Step 8
Create a new layer above the “Extra Skin 2″ layer and name it "shadow." While holding down the Alt key, click between the “Extra Skin 2″ layerand "shadow" layer to clip it.

Step 9
Grab a big, soft brush and paint some black to amp up the shadows needed for the “Extra Skin” layer.

Step 10
Turn the opacity of the "shadow" layer down to around 75%.

Step 11
Create a new layer above the “Faceless Subject” layer and name it “Paint Background.” With the foreground color set to black, start painting some paint splats with the splatterbrushes.

Step 12
All we have to do now is add a little bit of shadow to create the illusion the paint is lifted off the face. First create a new layer and name it “Shadow 2,” then Command-click on the “Paint Map” layer to select it. Making sure you are still on the “Shadow 2″ layer, fill the selection with black.

Step 13
Making sure the selection is still active, click on the Create LayerMask button on the the bottom of the layer’s palette.

Step 14
Select the mask for the "Shadow 2" layer and invert it by pressing Command + I, or going to Image > Adjustments > Invert. This should invert the mask and hide the black area we just filled.

Step 15
Disable the link between the mask and the shadow paint by clicking on the chain between the layer icon and the mask, asshown.

Step 16
Make sure the paint portion of the “Shadow 2″ layer is selected and go to Edit > Transform > Warp.
Slightly adjust the shadow so that it peeks out from behind the paint splat. Depending on how much you want the paint to appear lifted, you can adjust it a lot or a little. Once you have the shadow right where you want it, apply the change.

Step 17
You are bound to have someunwanted shadow from the "Shadow 2" layer; to clean it up, simply paint over what you don’t want in the layer mask.

Step 18
Lower the opacity of the shadow to around 72% and you should be all set!

Conclusion
The final image is below. Enjoy applying these techniques in your own work!

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