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kelvin


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Registered: September 2001
Location: Cornwall United Kingdom
Posts: 2
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Openend the picture of another challange (Guess what one) open picture with mask on used lasso tool and quick mask to area i required graged onto ladies face used free transform to get the mask into the right postiion than added alayer mask and used paint brush to remove or replace are on the face. flattend image and resized
· Date: 9/29/2002 · Views: 9027 · Filesize: 44.8kb, 48.8kb · Dimensions: 600 x 756 ·
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G. Couch

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Registered: January 2002
Location: Raleigh, NC
Posts: 951
9/29/2002 4:24pm

Poor Lisa...I wonder if this is what she will be wearing for halloween! I like the mask but it needs a harder edge and maybe a string to really complete the illusion.

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pjb

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Registered: August 2002
Location: Casselberry, Florida
Posts: 74
9/29/2002 5:02pm

This is one of those pictures where you have to keep going back and looking at it.

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I try to take one day at a time but sometimes several days attack me at once.
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Nick Carter

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Registered: March 2002
Location: Leichhardt, Queensland, Australia
Posts: 12
9/29/2002 5:33pm

Hi! Kelvin
As with Greg, at the moment it does look like a facial deformity, put on the finishing touches, you will also need to centralise it on her face, and your there.
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DJ Dubovsky

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Registered: August 2001
Location: Upper Penninsula of Michigan
Posts: 1,659
9/30/2002 12:06am

Poor Lisa. Looks like the worse make up job I've seen yet but for this challenge it's totally appropriate. Good job.
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pstewart

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Registered: July 2002
Location: Chicago suburb
Posts: 790
9/30/2002 1:38am

Ewwww! It's really hard to look at. I guess that means you have succeeded! The best mask may be one that you don't see as a mask at first glance, so maybe no string or edge is needed. Hmmm... come to think of it, many kids just paint the "mask" on their faces for Halloween. So a mask can be many things...the effect is what matters. And boy does THIS one have an effect!

Phyllis (wondering what Lisa will say!)
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Conundrum

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Registered: April 2007
Location: Ventura, CA
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5/22/2007 1:51am

That is too creepy!

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