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Old 06-27-2011, 06:42 PM
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Re: I think I can do it with adobe flash?!

Thanks for sharing your work with us. Any idea how offset occurs ? shouldn't be difficult to cancel it. Will you try fading or multiply stage effect?
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Sure, this was my first, the 2 images are a little offset but I'll be working on that... I'm trying to fix a couple of my old works that i'll be uploading soon...

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Old 06-27-2011, 07:27 PM
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Thanks for sharing your work with us. Any idea how offset occurs ? shouldn't be difficult to cancel it. Will you try fading or multiply stage effect?
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Yes, the thing is you need to make sure to get exactly the same size on both images, synchronizing them in the same location is not always possible, due to what kind of things you did at retouching, specially when you use liquify, change background, change her hair and so on... Maybe it can be done, but i'm new to Flash and honestly, I don't know how to use it. LOL the only thing I know so far is how to do this simple rollover. On the other hand, if you follow the tutorial, once you do it a couple of times, it is so easy and quick, although there are some different kinds of rollovers. I fixed a couple of my works, here is one of them... http://boneappetit.deviantart.com/#/d3j4aay

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Old 06-28-2011, 05:34 PM
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Re: I think I can do it with adobe flash?!

The first one you did has a very clear offset but that one seems to be spot on.
Nice retouch.
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The first one you did has a very clear offset but that one seems to be spot on.
Nice retouch.
Thanx mate. Yes you are right, I already fixed that one, I'll be uploading it later. I'm doing others... I was making a mistake, trying to re-do, splitting the before after picture, but it has to be done using the original retouch...
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Thanx mate. Yes you are right, I already fixed that one, I'll be uploading it later. I'm doing others... I was making a mistake, trying to re-do, splitting the before after picture, but it has to be done using the original retouch...
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