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Moving the eyeball

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Old 06-15-2005, 03:39 PM
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good find I will keep my EYE on that one
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Old 06-15-2005, 08:12 PM
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Well I finally got something I’m pretty happy with

Steps I found the easiest

Create a new eyeball on a new layer. The eye must be oval when looking at an angle
Create a new catchlight on a new layer
Paint out the old eye on a new layer

Add shadow (burn) to match the original

Gaussian blur everything to match the original.

With the catchlight on its own layer you can play with the best position
I’m not sure I’ve selected the correct position for this? I was always taught as a photographer that the catchlight should be at 2 O’ Clock? But I don’t know why.
I’ve also heard that catchlights need a counter light. Does anyone know what this means?

Any comments Please?

Another site with eyes

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