This also works for replacing heads, fixing closed eyes, and giving yourself room for a major liquify: Here is the original photo. I've cropped in super tight to get rid of distractions: 1. 2. The first step is to use a photo (in this case the original is fine) and select a part that is close to the part you want to fix. I started with his good eye. After I selected the part, I made a copy of it, and then pasted it right back into the photo: 3. If the part you just copied is turned the wrong way, as it is here, go to Edit-Transform-Flip Vertical. This will make the part go the right direction. 4. Move into position. DO NOT FLATTEN. 5. Now, you have the new eye on a new layer. Erase the areas around the new part, and the item will look pretty much like it was always there. (Note, on this photo, I needed additional work because I couldn't erase around the bandages.) 6. To match the area to the other side of his face, along with getting rid of the bandage above his eye, I used a low opacity clone tool, and healing brush to get rid of the evidence. 7. I could have kept it there, but I went to Filter-Liquify, and smurfed up the new eye a bit so that it wasn't exactly the same as the eye we stole from. 8. I then did all the above to make a new ear. 9. I repeated with the cheek and neck 10.I did some cloning to get rid of the rest of the bandages. 11. The collar area bothered me, so I cloned in a new one. While I was at it, I added a little bit of shadows. 12. And then, I just prettied it up a bit. Before: After: Hope this tutorial has been useful!