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  • How do fix a lazy eye?

    I need to fix the left eye? Should I make the right eye a little bigger too?
    Should I use the warp tool or liquify?
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  • #2
    Re: How do fix a lazy eye?

    Your example is tiny - it's impossible to assess at this size.


    • #3
      Re: How do fix a lazy eye?

      True, need a larger example.

      One thought is to select the wonky iris and pop it onto a new layer, move it slightly and repair the original layer.

      This assumes doing the fix won't embarrass the subject...


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