Ok guys, here it is. I gave up on the original alpha because I messed with it to the point of no return. Lol. It was easier to start over with a fresh alpha so I decided to try working with my old Disco alpha’s, since they would work well with lots of colours.
Basically what you have here is an Eyeshadow and Blush set. They must be used together in order to achieve the looks I’ve shown below. That said, you could try combining the Blush packages with other eyeshadows and see what happens heh.
NOTE: These MUST be applied blush first then eyeshadow second!! You want the eyeshadow layer on top, otherwise you will get slightly different looks to the ones below.
As you can see from the image above, you can achieve a few different looks by using different Blush and Eyeshadow combinations.
Below you can see the separate files. The eyeshadows cover from the eye socket down to the bottom lid and have three channels. The blushes cover the upper half of the eye just below the brow and also have a blush. These also have three channels so, basically you end up with a 1-channel blush and a 5-channel eyeshadow.
Below are some more examples of colours.
I tried to darken the alpha around the eyelids so the eyeliners would work, they appear to be working ok. Whether or not that is because of the way I did the alpha or because of the way you layer the blush/eyeshadow I don’t know. Who cares really, as long as it works lol.
Ok I’m going to explain how to make these a little later, this took me all day so I can’t be buggered right now. Hopefully tomorrow or the next day I will have a tutorial on combining alphas/masks for you so you can make your own multi channel makeup combos.