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Sunshine Disaster
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backygirly



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Registered: June 2002
Location: Ohio
Posts: 23
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What cute girlies!

This is my first challenge so I apologize if I didn't do everything correctly!

First thing I did was duplicated the original layer so I could frequently check my progress. I feel the faces are the most important things to be fixed, and I also like to get the hardest things over with before I move on to the easiest.

I started with the little girl's face. I lightly airbrushed some color over the sunspot, then dodged and burned to add depth. I also added a little blush to her right cheek to even out the face and blend it all in a little better.

Mommy was a tough one! Like Phyllis, I used the little girl's face to cover up the spot on mom. I dodged and burned spots on her face as well, especially the area around the nose, so you could tell she actually had one! After that, I noticed that it looked kind of blotchy, so I copied her face, blurred it somewhat high, added some noise, then blurred some more. This helped make her face a little smooth, as well as adding some blush (I love makeup). As far as her eye goes, I copied her left eye and put it on her right, just so it looked more even. Afterwards, I used the cloning tool to fix spots on her dress and the little girl's dress. I didn't finish the whole thing because I'm at work and it's time to leave, but you get the picture!!
· Date: 2/25/2003 · Views: 7879 · Filesize: 56.2kb, 192.1kb · Dimensions: 700 x 805 ·
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vijayan

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Registered: January 2003
Location: Trivandrum, India
Posts: 73
3/6/2003 9:21am

I like your approch, and I like the work.

It is very Artistic in retouching and a
very good rendition with natural tones made the canvas itself smiling.

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Thanks,

Vijayan
vijayan@nova-concepts.com
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dwdraw
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Registered: February 2003
Location: New York
Posts: 12
3/11/2003 8:22pm

Super great job. I also like the cropping you did on this picture. Skin tones look nice.

DW

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nytwuolfe
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Registered: October 2010
11/3/2010 6:54pm

I think this looks more natural than the others. lol!
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