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  • is this dodging and burning?

    http://i.imgur.com/fpeUWSf.jpg

    just wondering how they achieved the skin texture in this image,would it be via dodging and burning? the skin also appears to have noise, or sharpening to it. any ideas??

  • #2
    Re: is this dodging and burning?

    That's a painted noise type of technique. Usually with some kind of embossing effect added to create some kind of 3D look for it.

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    • #3
      Re: is this dodging and burning?

      is there any posts on this technique ? or tutorials online?

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      • #4
        Re: is this dodging and burning?

        That's a painted noise type of technique. Usually with some kind of embossing effect added to create some kind of 3D look for it.
        I don't really see evidence either way that it could be what you say or pinned down to d&b, but it's more likely d&b in my experience.

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        • #5
          Re: is this dodging and burning?

          I agree with Mike most likely d&b. Any 'noise' is most likely to be the recording of the ink pattern on the paper by the scanner employed to scan what looks to be a magazine image

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          • #6
            Re: is this dodging and burning?

            You could probably paint in that kind of highlight as long as you're careful not to make it excessively even. Whether something is dodged and burned seems kind of irrelevant. I mean it's possible to get too hung up on methodology. You want something that works, then you want to improve the control or speed. Getting too hung up on semantics tends to be a bad thing.

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