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Old 04-01-2006, 11:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just trying out some Photoshop.... Very slow learning curve for this old dog...

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That is impressive. It truly looks like a statue to me. I do wish the nose, lips and front of her body were a little more illuminated, but your Photoshop technique looks pretty nice.

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That looks kewl, mind sharing the process.
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Very well done, Ron. I think you did a great job! I'd also like to see a bit more light on her face but your question wasn't about lighting and so suffice it to say that you've succeeded in making her look like stone!

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Here is how I did it. Two photos were used one of a statue made of stone. I lit and posed the model as close as I could to how the statue was posed and lit. Layered the two photos, using a layer mask and the gradient tool I faded away some of the model photo to my liking.

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Here is how I did it. Two photos were used one of a statue made of stone. I lit and posed the model as close as I could to how the statue was posed and lit. Layered the two photos, using a layer mask and the gradient tool I faded away some of the model photo to my liking.
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