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Old 07-08-2009, 02:30 PM
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Re: Warping and Manipulating Hair

I agree I really like your hair work and would like to see more.
I can provide Model Picture and hair if you like. But I am suer you have a stock of hair if thats what you do.
Let me know because I would like to see how you are warpng and masking it in place so it looks natural.
When I do cutting out of hair I often use the smudge tool to make up new hairs. Speaking of which does anybody have that cat eye shape brush I cannot find mine anymore and it is the only one that I find leaves the ends ending thin like real hair.
Thnaks godmother for any PSD of screen shot of somme of your layers.
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Old 07-10-2009, 09:37 AM
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Hey Godmother never heard back from you on my proposition..
I have tons of Beauty and hair shots and I am sure you have quite a stock of Hair yourself.
I am pretty sure your in these forums reading daily so, what do you think?
Couple of guys in here also interested..

Please let me/us know and I can send you the images.

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Old 07-10-2009, 10:00 AM
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Re: Warping and Manipulating Hair

Venga Godmother, sabemos que estás ocupada pero un tutorial tuyo sobre el trabajo en el cabello sería una maravilla ;-).
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Old 07-10-2009, 03:08 PM
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Tengo una sensación que ella está hablando puro hueva, por esso no hay respuesta de ella.

Saludos

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Old 07-10-2009, 03:12 PM
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Tengo una sensación que ella está hablando puro hueva, por esso no hay respuesta de ella.

Saludos

Snook
LOL

Nice try on the spanish.

Actually - I AM very busy

It's not the image thing, I have loads of images, but i'm not going to spend 6 + hours working on an image i already did, or one that's merely for learning purposes, because i'm a freelancer and time IS LITERALLY money

Next time i do a hair job, i'll save the layers, surely u don't expect me to do something specifically for u guys... not tht i don't like u... but... well... I need to EAT

I'll post it as soon as i have it.

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Old 07-10-2009, 04:12 PM
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LOL

Nice try on the spanish.

Actually - I AM very busy

It's not the image thing, I have loads of images, but i'm not going to spend 6 + hours working on an image i already did, or one that's merely for learning purposes, because i'm a freelancer and time IS LITERALLY money

Next time i do a hair job, i'll save the layers, surely u don't expect me to do something specifically for u guys... not tht i don't like u... but... well... I need to EAT

I'll post it as soon as i have it.

xx
do you always flatten your files? most of my files are from 200MB to 1GB in layers. i just can't bring myself to flatten them. thank god hard drives are getting cheaper.

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Old 07-10-2009, 05:35 PM
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Re: Warping and Manipulating Hair

Funny Toan I was thinking the same.. I can never close them and Always save a PSD for my self for future references etc, Even I forget what I did sometimes and like to have it all open so I can see my own steps...Not sure why anybody would close them and then send them out and then get rid of them.. Quite strange but believable...
Snook

It's gotta be a Girl thingy...:+]
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Old 07-10-2009, 06:18 PM
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Re: Warping and Manipulating Hair

i am working on my retouching site at the moment and since the layout is different, i have to open all the psd files to do new cropping. i notice some areas i had missed or over done and was able to fix quickly in layers. layers is part of workflow, i just can't get rig of them

i don't think it's a girl's thing if the price of external drive stay the same, i would consider flattened the files. remember 100mb zip disk cost $100...how things have changed...
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Old 07-11-2009, 05:24 PM
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Funny Toan I was thinking the same.. I can never close them and Always save a PSD for my self for future references etc, Even I forget what I did sometimes and like to have it all open so I can see my own steps...Not sure why anybody would close them and then send them out and then get rid of them.. Quite strange but believable...
Snook

It's gotta be a Girl thingy...:+]

Maybe its because at THIS point I already know my steps

It's not my pictures, I don't take any pictures, I work on my client's images, so.... Once approved, paid for and downloaded by the client what's the point in keeping psds?

I don't usually experiment on images for clients on deadlines... I do it on old images in my own time and those psd I do save because I like trying new things,but working on 6 to 10 files per week if I do save ALL my psd I'd spend all my money on drives ¬¬

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Old 07-11-2009, 06:12 PM
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Maybe its because at THIS point I already know my steps

It's not my pictures, I don't take any pictures, I work on my client's images, so.... Once approved, paid for and downloaded by the client what's the point in keeping psds?
I agree with you 100%. I always flatten files. I never keep PSDs ever. Absolutely no need to when you know what you're doing.
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