Applying a digital facelift


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Applying a digital facelift

Now in this exercise, we are going to take a step at a practical application of the Liquefy command. And we are going to try our talents on this image right here, it's called madelina.jpg and it's available to you inside the 16 Warp Liquefy Folder. And I don't know quite what the story is behind this image, I don't know if Raphael hated this woman or exactly what the deal was. She does have somehow or other a very droopy face and pretty astronomically long nose by comparison to the proportions of the rest of her face as well as something of gargantuan bowing ball of a forehead here.

These dinky little lips, this nice cleft chin of course. A healthy undercarriage of flesh here just above the neck. And then some of sloppiness, most boneless shoulders you ever darn did see. Now back in the 1500s, this porcelain look was all the rage. Nowadays not so much so, so I would like to take this image and give it something of a quite literal facelift and we are going to try to make this image ...

Applying a digital facelift
Video duration: 10m 53s 10h 47m Intermediate

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Applying a digital facelift provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 One-on-One: Beyond the Basics

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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