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17-09-2008
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wow! those are amazing! Normally I make people a bit younger, whiten and fix their teeth, take away glare, clean up their complexion but those are whole transformations

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Thanks guys!


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29-09-2008
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I really wasnt sure where to put this, im new the to the site so i havnt gotten that hang of things. If this isnt the right place, and a mod could move this for me i'd be very grateful, TIA!


But here is my latest retouch, Critiques and Comments are fine. I dont mind honesty

Wait for the animation:

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http://i34.tinypic.com/wqt0g1.jpg

After:
http://i35.tinypic.com/no9hxi.jpg
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The face is too retouched, the contours of the face have gone making her too flat, (especially the neck), which you've had to bring back by shading the side of the face. In the original she was really pretty, but it looks like you've had some one else in mind when reshaping her face. A lot better than many I've seen though still too much!

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15-10-2008
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Uh i like to join this thread. I love working with graphics, specially vectors. Here are some of my latest work, i cant post them alle cause the last 5-6 pieces i have maid, is prordered, so i dont think i can show them untill they are in the stores.




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By the way, couture.retouch, what tools are you using for retouching?

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19-10-2008
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Photoshop- PM me for the specifics.

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Can anyone help me make an avatar using Photoshop?
Just a step by step guide?

thanks so much in advance

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it's very easy though .. what part are you stumped on...
you make a new file, choose the size of your canvas (on User CP it writes the max. size of your avatar is 160 pixels by 80 pixels)

and then draw on your canvas or paste pictures inside , etcetera

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I've just got rid of photoshop, and using something else. But it does sound easy, haha
thanks for the time

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When I make an avatar I just crop the image to the size i want (for example 100x100px).. it's super easy just open the image and crop. Voilŗ

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vogue28 you are using a different program then?

i crop images too
or resize and then crop to a specific detail i want

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09-12-2008
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how did you do that couture retouch?

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Amazing retouch,
Somethimes I did it for pictures and basically what I do is this:

1. I select some areas of the face (not eyes, not lips not, nose fills) just as if you were giving power retouch to your face.

2. Then I perfect the mask to feather the edges (be careful the feather gets natural)

3. Then I aplly Gaussian Blur (Try to make it natural too)

So it is everything, if you wanna get a more impressibe images, you can use the Dodge and burn tool to make the highlights and the shadows more pronounced,so your image will look with more contrast..., well that I usually make to make a model with perfect skin.

In lightroom there is and option to control the softness of the skin, sometimes it is amazing but sometimes it gives a gray tone...

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i havent been around for a bit took some pics on a recent trip and tried the over saturation technique with some of them which was sometimes disastrous




















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