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Old 09-21-2007, 05:38 PM
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Re: Oleg Duryagin - Effect

here is another link:

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Old 09-21-2007, 07:15 PM
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Interesting stuff. They seem like if they were rendered straight out from a 3D program. I saw a portrait on a cover of a mag a while ago and was amazed by the unique porcelain skin...I think it might be his. Nice find.
that was my 1st thought when i saw them, they look like 3d renderings and you know that's how that tongue was made...
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Old 09-21-2007, 08:03 PM
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Pixel: The picture you think about is that from the program Poser? I've seen some picture that can look like that...
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It was a photograph that looks very much like Oleg's works. I don't think Poser has that kind of rendering capabilities, though.

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that was my 1st thought when i saw them, they look like 3d renderings and you know that's how that tongue was made...
The tongue actually doesn't look 3D to me, especially after I looked into his background. Having a simple tongue like that involves quite a few steps to create it and deform it. It'll be a lot easier for him just to paint it. It's the skin that's the most unique.
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Old 09-22-2007, 03:08 AM
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Re: Oleg Duryagin - Effect

been a long time fan of this guy. i think i saw a tutorial from him once, can't remember where but i think it was mostly using the blur tool
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Old 09-22-2007, 09:22 AM
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Re: Oleg Duryagin - Effect

There are a few retouchers that do the same kind of highly finished almost poreless skin,using the old Dodge and Burn tools on a flat layer, almost as if it were still Photoshop 3. No reason to do it that way, but some people prefer the hands-on. If you look closely you also see very subtle shifts in colour across the surface, this has also been considered very carefully.

its also possible as Chris has said that its a gradient mesh. Its possible these days to set up gradient meshes as Smart Objects. The meshes can then be blended, masked and linked in Photoshop. Generates really small files as well. Does cause crashes though

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Old 09-22-2007, 09:34 AM
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Re: Oleg Duryagin - Effect

I'm not saying that this is Oleg's technique, I was just playing around in Photoshop.

The layer of paint and the grid are the two elements that are scanned in.

Paintlayer is done in 2 minutes. White paint on a transparent sheet, layed over the original print. Than I scanned it in on a red background (for easier selection). It's probably easier in programs like 'Painter' or others, I guess.

Finally I made it a bit freaky with the liquify tool.

If you look here, it will be easier to understand:

http://www.pbase.com/mvc/image/85996010/large
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