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  • original for sketch

    not sure what happened so I am resending again...sorry for the mix-up
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    Hi again mpskin. Looks like the original has enough detail to work with. Check out this thread by Linda. She describes her method about halfway down the page. RetouchPRO Forums > Technique > Photo-Based Art > Portrait Sketched. Here's just a quick example. I'm learning this too.
    Have fun.
    Debbie
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    • #3
      Hi, I thought I would give your image a try. In fact I did three different versions. First is a pencil sketch.
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      • #4
        This turns the pencil sketch into a sepia sketch.
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        • #5
          This is a color sketch.
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          • #6
            She is so lovely.. So I hope you don’t mind if I jump in.
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            • #7
              Sketch

              My goodness i do not know what to say... I love all the pics..I cannot wait to show my daughter..she was the one who did like my work b/c she said it was to blah in the face area....i like the sketch in black and white and sepia and i would love to know the steps to take if possible.....the third pic ..i have something very similar that i did but i think yours is way better..i will post so you can advise me in the right direction(I like that dreamy background effect)...now for Trimoon...I want to cry my baby looks like a teenager!! It is a very interesting effect and if you are willing to share i would love to take notes on the effect...I am working on tons of pics of my daughter throughtout the years...any suggestions/tips would be great....You guys are great !! Amazing work!!

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              • #8
                Here's one I did using the sketch technique where the layer is duplicated, greyscale and inverted with the smart blur applied. I then duplicated the layer and added the graphic pen filter. Faded it. Then I applied hue&sat set on colorize to get the final effect. I also removed the flower pot as it was distracting.

                Lisa
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                • #9
                  Really blown away by all of these so far. No shortage of talent on show. Enough to tempt me back for a little dabble myself maybe.

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                  • #10
                    Here's my version. I used Lynda's sketch technique then opened the original and pasted it onto a new layer, arranged it under the sketch layer and used a fuzzy eraser to let some color on her lips to show through , added a texture and saved.

                    Ken
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                    • #11
                      Mike...

                      You've been missed. Do join us whenever you have the time. Your license to dabble will never expire!

                      = = = = =

                      Here's another interpretation based on the John Buchmann inspired Photoshop action, which can be downloaded from this thread.

                      ~Danny~
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                      • #12
                        An uncropped, landscape version...
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                        • #13
                          mpskin... here's the low down on how I apply my sketch effect.

                          Here are the steps I used to achieve my sketch effect.

                          The first thing I did was to duplicate the original layer
                          Layer, Duplicate Layer.

                          Then I I went to select and chose all. Then I went to Image Adjust and then Invert.

                          Then I changed the color mode to grayscale. Image Mode, Grayscale without flattening.

                          Then I changed the Layers Mode to Color Dodge on the current layer.

                          Then I went to filter Blur Gaussian Blur. Then I adjust the blur until I had the effect I wanted.

                          After this... I like to use the paintbrush set to white and brush some the areas I want to clean up.

                          Then flatten the image.

                          Duplicate the new flattened image and apply effects to this. I like using the filter Sketch and graphic pen. Applying it to the duplicated layer. After this, I fade it to my liking. Again, flattening when finished. You may need to use the paintbrush set to white to clean up areas around the face.

                          Finally - if you like the sepia look go to image adjust hue and saturation. Check colorize and adjust the sliders to your liking.

                          Hope this helps.

                          Lisa

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                          • #14
                            Danny, that's very dramatic... I love it!

                            Here is my attempt at a sketch.

                            Phyllis
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                            • #15
                              I have been looking at all the wonderful sketches you have been doing. So I thought I would give it a try. So here it is let me know if I am doing it right. Thanks
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