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June 14, 2005
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Tutorial_3 by anaRasha Tutorial_3 by anaRasha
it's sample Tutorial .. and so easy
it tell you how to make some place in the face small or big
and you can use it in the body too
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Sheimosha Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Great tutorial thanks :)
KalosysArt Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the tutorial
30STM-True-Believer Featured By Owner May 2, 2008
intersting :O
thanks for it!
That seems like it would be a really cool tutorial! :)
I have Paint Sho Pro 6, though, so it's not compatable with the program I have! :(
lovebites Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2007
You have no idea how exited I get when I see that someone like yourself has taken the time to write a tutorial for those of us who are starting out and need a little guidance -thank you so much!!
Teresa2845 Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2007
Thank you so much for sharing you knowledge with those of us who are learning.
I notice a few critics of the tutorials. Which means they are probably past the stage of needing a tutorial. Perhaps they could write 1 to help us who are just starting out.
It is so refreshing to see an artist who is sooo talented and IMO one of the best digital artists here trying to help the rest of us by offering tutorials and stock. Thank you so much!
dr34mcrush3r Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2007
yea.. except you lost definition and dimension in the nose. in the original.. her nose is a lot more shapely and delicate. you made her nose flatter and larger.. which is generally the opposite of what is desired..
andrislolita Featured By Owner May 19, 2007
thx a lot to share some of your knowledge!!!
rb5374 Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2006
What a gorgeous madel. who is she
Anenome Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2006
Hmmm, I didn't read the tutorial, but I can see from your sample that you've made a pretty basic error - the skin appears far too smooth. The key with smoothing skin is that you want to smooth it while retaining some grain and texture. Using blurs and other similar effects destroys that underlying texture. The proper way to smooth skin to retain texture is to select out the area you want to smooth and then use the 'dust & scratches' filter to reduce the contrast of blemishes in the skin. The result is far superior to any other blurring method, and is also the technique that professional photo editors use for magazines and the like.
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