Need help at Photoshop

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Need help at Photoshop

Postby digitaledge on 05/16/2012, 8:46 am

Hi guys!...I'm just new at photoshop, and I want to do some cool stuff regarding skin texture..I've been trying to do this:

dur kob.jpg


but it was a failure..Can you guys help me how to do it..If you guys have a link or tut for this, can you kindly post it..please!... :(

Thanks in advance 8-)
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Re: Need help at Photoshop

Postby nico89-fx on 05/16/2012, 6:20 pm

Google for the 'Dave Hill effect'.. Even here on the forums you've got some examples and links. It may not be exactly like this, but it's a good starting point.
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Re: Need help at Photoshop

Postby digitaledge on 05/17/2012, 4:45 am

Thanks dude!..It was a big help for me.. :D
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Re: Need help at Photoshop

Postby digitaledge on 07/31/2012, 7:58 am

Hi guys!..

Another cool looking design that caught my attention..I just wanna know what's does it called or is there any kind of tutorial for this kind of design?...Thanks in advance :)
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kasamusa .jpg
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Re: Need help at Photoshop

Postby nico89-fx on 07/31/2012, 12:53 pm

You could do something like that with the liquify tool. Use a gradient ramp to turn your image black and white (or your preferred method), crush your curves a little (making sort of an "S" curve) and start smudging.
If there's a filter that accomplishes this, I wouldn't know. That's how I'd do it. Loads of patience and a wacom tablet. Can it be done with a mouse? Sure, if you are better with it than I am.
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Re: Need help at Photoshop

Postby Michael_Szalapski on 08/7/2012, 1:23 pm

Good lighting in the first place makes all the difference in the world.
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