Painting away the face and chin


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Painting away the face and chin

Wooh! I say Wooh! We have managed to restore the scalp and if you aren't with me, or you lost interest in the last exercise, well, what have you, then you can catch right up, you can join me in my document by opening this image right here. It's called, The scalp restored.tif found inside the 14_Calulations folder. I am going to go ahead and click on the Dodge and burn channel here in order to make it active. Now notice that this Dodge and burn channel, that's the last version of this channel, that I created but there is also this mixer channel, which is a different spin on it, this is a version that I created actually last year. This is an alternate version, basically following the exact same steps but you will see that the hairs are little more fragile in this version, in the mixer version than they are in a Dodge and burn version. So every single time you mask this image, it's going to turn out differently. Even if you are the exact same guy, which I am as me, that is...

Painting away the face and chin
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Painting away the face and chin provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Channels & Masks: Advanced Techniques

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Design Photography
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