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Old 03-02-2009, 02:35 AM
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Re: Grandmother restored, but need some final help

Coolhawk,

thank you for your feedback.

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......been able to take from here and there and develop ones own "way" of doing things, talk about combining knowledge now....
...you did 'hit the nail on the head' .... This is exactly what RetouchPro is all about!!!

Your final restoration looks just great!!


unimatrix001,


thank you very much for your feedback!!!

Very nice restoration .... a bit on the dark side for my taste, but very nice!!


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thank you very much for your kind words!!!!

Great work!

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seems unless I looked to fast that in all of the remakes her ring is gone.

Looking back I guess there wasnt one. must be its time for a break, eyes are going.
...I went back to the original to see if I had either missed the ring or simply cloned it away... I see what you mean (Attachment) .. but I never considered it a ring since it was placed right on the knuckle ....
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Old 03-02-2009, 08:14 AM
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Re: Grandmother restored, but need some final help

Yes, Flora, thats what I had seen also, so I wasnt totally blind...HA.
but it is misplaced so it must be a defect? maybe her ring was too big and slipped for the photo? odd, as with too much going on and learning to do the honeycomb, I had seen what I thought was a ring, but didnt faze me it was on her knuckle...lol
gotta keep my eyes wider open!
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Old 03-02-2009, 11:38 AM
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Re: Grandmother restored, but need some final help

For me, it was the unusual location of the artifact plus, it was on her right hand. Gone in a brushstroke!
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