Join Timothy Sexton for an in-depth discussion in this video "Sketch" some thoughts, part of Photoshop Retouching: Faces.
…Using the Liquefy Filter, we're going to push around…a bit and try to work some ideas on enhancement.…So making a full selection by hitting Cmd +…A, let's go right up here to Filter, Liquefy.…I have my Brush Density set to 25, and my Brush Pressure set to 25.…It just makes the brush move a little bit slower and I…think that's important for when you're liquefying, you don't want it to move…too fast.…So what I would like to do with this image…is to correct her posture a bit by pushing down…on the back of the neck right here so, let's…hit this Little Hand right here and using a large brush.…
It's important to use a large brush when…you're liquefying because you want to move parts…of the image in mass, and not bit by bit, which can make it look really wonky.…So let's just push down a little bit right here and…we're going to thin her neck out slightly in order to enhance her pose…and just make her feel a bit more upright and relaxed, so just…pushing up on the hairline here and pushing down right here, just that…
- Analyzing your portrait
- Setting the overall color
- Using masks to color correct
- Controlling blemishes
- Popping the eyes
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Facial Physiognomy
2. Setting the Look
3. Skin Retouching
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