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CherokeeCandy


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Registered: April 2007
Posts: 2
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Restoration Challenge #104

Paint Shop Pro Version 7.04

Clarify x5 times 2

Retouch Tool set to Smudge
Settings
Hardness 0
Opacity varies depending on area
Size varies depending on area
Step varies for area and size of brush 1-25
Lasso tool to select his eye and face that I smudged.
New Layer
Paste
Flip
Move into place
Smudge to blend
Merge Visible

Lasso to remove background so that I can tell where they are.
Begin Smudging again
Right side of her head tells me her hair was in an up-do
Brightness and Contrast

Lasso her left eyebrow to replace the right one.
Copy/New Layer/Paste/Flip/Deformation to rotate to my liking and move into place.

Airbrushed to make his chin

Duplicate layer 4 times/ hide top layer/ select second to bottom layer/ layer properties/ multiply
Select next layer up/ layer properties /screen
Select bottom layer/ gaussian blurr
Lower opacity of upper two layers

Airbrushed eyes and highlights
Darkened boys right eye/ copy pasted to left side

Face Clothes I used airbrush, line tool, and smudge.
Brightness and contrast
· Date: 8/12/2009 · Views: 4439 · Filesize: 31.8kb, 113.9kb · Dimensions: 800 x 987 ·
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gwaltrip

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Registered: May 2003
Location: Hollister, CA
Posts: 1
8/24/2009 9:37pm

Very nice. I especially like the realistic quality of the skin of their faces. I'm new -- how do you upload your file to this site? At only 200 KB of size the pic will be very small.
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CherokeeCandy
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Registered: April 2007
Posts: 2
8/25/2009 11:40am

Thank You...
Just above photos on right side you will see upload photos...

200 KB doesn't mean the photo is small... it has to be 800 kb wide... when you go to save the image make sure its 200 kb in size or less... if over, lower the resolution and not the size.

Have Fun... CherokeeCandy
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