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Psp User-Jack

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Registered: September 2005
Location: Illinois
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I softened the face ,and did a little warping on the cheeks! and lips then I centered the eyes, and raised the bottom lids! She is a very pretty girl the way she was and theres lots of good photo's from everyone, I thought I'd try something a little different.
I also did some lightening on the hair and lips.
But most of all the work was on the eyes.
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RestaurArt

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Registered: November 2005
Location: Teresópolis / Rio de Janeiro / Brazil
12/7/2005 2:28am

Perfect how do you change the eyes position. Congratulations
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12/7/2005 12:35pm

Usually what I do on the eyes , is first copy a good retna or the circle, keep it as a new image so I don't accidently lose it on the clipboard. Then I will white both eyes out, and at that time raise or lower the lids if they need it! When someone is looking straight ahead, it is seldom you see the full white of the eyeball around the retna or circle! keep that in mind when raising or lowering the lids!
I will then copy and paste the retna on say the left eye and center it best I can if there looking straight ahead, I will then erase any circle that is over lapping on the lid. Then what I will do for the right eye is paste it 3 times in 3 different layers on where I think it would center with the left eye! Again erasing any over lapping , all I do then is kind of sit back and hide or show each layer and it seems to jump out at you when you have it right! then delete the other two layers.
You need to black out the center of the retna, because it was in a different spot from the way she was looking, and add some highlights to the top of the dark circle
which will focus her eyes straight ahead! Light is a key factor in the dark center as to where a person is looking!
Then I did very light dodging across both eyes.
This works best for me!
Thanks for your comment!

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