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  • sketch - daughter

    Have been trying to learn how to do a sketch. Not a soft as I wanted, but thought they looked alright.

    original pic, b/w, added light color
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  • #2
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    Smile Please?

    Thanks for posting this intriguing picture and giving us the chance to work on it.

    Janet
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    • #3
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      One way to soften a sketch is to do a little smudging before you do the sketch. Here, I smudged her hair a little first. This help reduced the detail that gets picked up in the dark strands of hair. Also, adding a blur layer (mask out stuff like eye detail) and merge down will help smooth out a lot of the "skritchy" stuff that a sketch action may add.

      I did some dodge and burn and a touch of smudging on the resulting sketch (I used my minimum sketch method set at 1, for this,,, se my Line Art tutorial in the Tute's topic here)

      Dodging and Burning on the sketch when you have added a background copy above the sketch set to color mode, will bring up or take down color in the sketch.
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      • #4
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        Hi Keiser, your daughter is very cute.
        I like the one you did with the color.
        Janet, and Swampy your versions a very pretty.
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        • #5
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          That is lovely, Cathy!

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          • #6
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            You have a very attractive daughter, Keiser.

            You'll find there are dozens of "sketch" techniques, as evidenced by the others' renditions so far. The edge sketch you did is very nice and Swampy's advice is very good for that style. Physical smudging is often done with pencil, chalk sketching for shading.

            Janet has done a more photorealistic sketch. As did Cathy, but with color. Both well done, I might add.

            Here's another sketchy rendition. I used Snap Art, then overlayed and supersaturated the original colors. I cropped for more dynamic (and to lose the flying fingers).
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            • #7
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              Used a GIMP translation of Swampy's Line-art technique with a blend of GIMPressionist Graphite_2 preset (with additional mods of course) to get this result.
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              • #8
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                Ikroll.. Very nice!

                Keiser, you gonna need a 12 gage behind the door in a couple years!

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                • #9
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                  Such a nice picture just had have a go myself.

                  Peter
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                  • #10
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                    Thanks for all the different sketches. I never thought of blurring or the d/b before doing the sketch. Will have to try that on the next one.

                    Really like all the different styles that everyone comes up with.

                    As for the 12 gage, I'm thinking you are probably right.

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                    • #11
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                      Wonderful pic. So many possibilities here. Felt like I was at the ice cream shop and couldn't decide on a flavor...

                      I thought the fingers in the foreground and tree on the left were distractions, so I cropped out the tree and swapped in some hair to cover up the fingers.

                      1. Sketchy version based on Akvis Sketch plugin
                      2. Watercolor-ish version based on Paint Engine plugin, using custom Wetter2 setting
                      3. A color -> BW conversion based on Kent's Color->BW conversion v4 Photoshop action available at www.AtnCentral.com
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                      Last edited by DannyRaphael; 06-08-2007, 02:27 AM.

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                      • #12
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                        Lovely photo a bit different take on it

                        Palms
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                        • #13
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                          Here's my version via Photoshop using Snap Art and a whole lot of cloning, smudging, free hand work and adjustment layers; plus I added a little Mona Lisa smile.
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                          • #14
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                            Im not so good at this sort of thing but gave it a go.
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                            • #15
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                              Photoshop- smudging, sketch. color adjustments.
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