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  • ivan watkins
    Silky Smooth Skin
    by ivan watkins
    I know that most people want to retain some skin detail but I would like to know. How does one create silky smooth skin as seen in this photo?

    For starters I can tell by the...
    10-08-2007, 04:24 PM
  • jarulex
    legs skin
    by jarulex
    Hello, the skin of the legs is the one that gives me more problems: is often rough, and almost always underexposed compared to the face, but the most difficult are the white and red stamps that are created because of inefficient blood's circulation.
    I'm joining couple of examples, before and...
    12-20-2010, 08:35 AM
  • medigitalmedia
    Veins on Legs
    by medigitalmedia
    Hello, does anyone have any other good ways of reducing veins on thin skin? I am working on a model that always has veins showing in her legs when she is cold. She must have thin skin. I have used the method of creating three layers. The top layer is set to overlay and you do a high pass filter on it....
    01-25-2011, 04:18 PM
  • kenwood
    How to fix skin with blood vessels showing?
    by kenwood
    Is there a easy way to fix skin with blood vessels visible? I tried smoothing out but the vessels are still visible in pink. I also tried clone stamp but the skin looks very unnatural. Any suggestions?
    06-20-2008, 12:06 AM
  • Novi
    Skin Smoothing Technique (Again)
    by Novi
    I’ve discovered a new (??) skin smoothing technique and I thought I’d share it with the board and get some feedback. It’s based on blurring (sorry), but it when used in moderation (like deGrunge) it can generate nice results.
    1. Copy your base image to a new layer
    2. On the new layer, use Smart
    10-14-2008, 12:47 PM