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First try at dodge and burn skin!

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Old 05-05-2007, 06:46 AM
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Re: First try at dodge and burn skin!

looks like a nice job rudd....don't have time to look at it in detail at the moment, but the inside part of her nostril is very distracting....darken it or clean it up. and watch that sharp shadow you got going on HER left side of the face, starting to look like the dr. evil scar!
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Old 05-05-2007, 07:37 AM
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Re: First try at dodge and burn skin!

thanks i cleaned and darked that nostril, haha and that 'starting to look like the Dr. evil scar' on her left smoothed I out now with the healing brush, and faded it out to 50%, And I make her yellow shadow and skin tone more pink like, not to much, but look by yourself ten you will see it

after fixing nostril + scar like thing

after fixing nostril + scar like thing + subtle fixed shadow& skin color

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Old 05-07-2007, 11:48 AM
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Re: First try at dodge and burn skin!

oke, because nobody response anymore i tough to set a link with the final one, now with some healing brush actions (that i faded out for 50% ) , but for the rest is every thing done with D&B, I also did the eyes give more, 'life' and corrected the skin color. let me know what you think now

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To see, click on 'final one'

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Old 05-07-2007, 12:22 PM
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Re: First try at dodge and burn skin!

Hey Ruud, Nice work there, seriously. If I was being hyper critical I would say the skin seems a little flat now, just lacks a little contour. Might be worth using a large brush (DnB) to get a bit of the lost depth back.

Overall really good tho and definitely an improvement from the first attempt. Keep it up!!
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Old 05-08-2007, 10:47 AM
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Hey Ruud, Nice work there, seriously. If I was being hyper critical I would say the skin seems a little flat now, just lacks a little contour. Might be worth using a large brush (DnB) to get a bit of the lost depth back.

Overall really good tho and definitely an improvement from the first attempt. Keep it up!!

hey SchlinkyMalinky

thanks! hmm you're right, you mean something like this? (see link) i did only a subtle change..

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