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roberto007 12-05-2005 04:24 PM

body parts
 
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Hi
I would like to know one tehnique how it's done in Photoshop and that is how to make body parts smaller or bigger.
For example model on this photo
1. how should I make her bottom more bigger and nicer
2. how should I make her breasts smaller or bigger

Regards

philbach 12-05-2005 04:37 PM

Body Sculpting
 
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Well the liquify filter in photoshop is one way. There are others. But hey why mess it up?

Duv 12-05-2005 11:16 PM

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Hi Roberto! Welcome to Retouch Pro.
For the butt, I selected most of the "cheek" plus an equal amount of rock space. Placed the selection on it's own layer Cntl-J then Edit>Transform>Scale and stretch it out. You can then erase the distorted rock section.

For "her" left breast, select her contour plus some shirt material. Do the same as above but reduce the scale. Clone back the rocks over the old breast area.

For her right breast, it's all about the lighting. Extend more shadow area to the left and you will reduce the size effect.

Cheers
Dave

SteveB2005 12-05-2005 11:48 PM

The Girl
 
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I couldn't resist this one. I first selected the breast and put it on its own layer. Using the transform tool, I pulled and pushed to get a natural look. Same with her curves. I tweaked with the clone and smudge tool. I pulled out some red to even out the skin tones with hue/sat. steveb

Craig Walters 12-06-2005 12:42 AM

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warp mesh and warp brush in psp 10.

Craig

deadants 12-06-2005 02:32 AM

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If you have CS2 you can use the incredably useful Edit/Transform/Warp

creeduk 12-09-2005 06:28 AM

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Another method for an image like this is not to change her actual body, but to redefineing areas of clothing, pull in the tshirt under the breast area, you could remove some of the back ruffle as well. Then if you want add take the entire mid section and pull it in a bit this will make other areas appear bigger with no actual change and it avoids blur of logos etc on clothing. (post 1 with just pull in tshirt, then post 2 with mid section using PS warp to blend)

Cassidy 12-09-2005 06:45 AM

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In Photoshop CS2 is the liquify filter and the neat bloat tool

OnAir 12-09-2005 07:29 AM

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Try spherize filter also, both options (+) and (-) Liquify is good for shape corrections.

Cassidy 12-09-2005 07:31 AM

that poor girl is going to have a very sore back!


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