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    i was wondering is the any special brush setting for this specific shiny and silky dodge and burn look ? any idea ?

    http://s9.postimg.org/c2mqoq53z/1097...22424657_o.jpg
    screenshot windows 7

  • #2
    Re: D&B Help

    I use default soft round brush for pretty much everything I DNB. They should really deal with color on that image, it's a nice tonal work, though.

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    • #3
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      thanks for the reply bro.

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      • #4
        Re: D&B Help

        Originally posted by skoobey View Post
        I use default soft round brush for pretty much everything I DNB. They should really deal with color on that image, it's a nice tonal work, though.
        If you're doing smaller stuff you should try adjusting brush hardness to somewhere between 20-40%. It often makes things more controllable.

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        • #5
          Re: D&B Help

          Originally posted by klev View Post
          If you're doing smaller stuff you should try adjusting brush hardness to somewhere between 20-40%. It often makes things more controllable.
          Good tip for things like lines/wrinkles/strands/lashes. But 99% of the brushing is round soft brush.

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          • #6
            Re: D&B Help

            Originally posted by skoobey View Post
            Good tip for things like lines/wrinkles/strands/lashes. But 99% of the brushing is round soft brush.
            I don't really care for extremely soft brushes on smaller things. Obviously if it's large and I need to control whether it bleeds over, a mask is necessary. I find I'm often in the 20-40% range. That's just me though.

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            • #7
              Re: D&B Help

              I don't believe that shiney/silky looks was achieved so much with D&B as it was with curves. Sample brightness points on the image to get the right point on the curve and adjust accordingly.

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