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Glamour Effect


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krrish
6/13/2006 6:14:05 AM


Status: Commander in Chief
Glamour Effect

here friends.... i am very crazy about submiting the tutorial.... so its my first attempt to post the tutorial.. so please check this... and i find the rough skin chaning into smooth skin... lets look at this....

step 1: my rule is duplicate the layer... now just hide the original layer and the fun begins now...
here i take this beauty picture it is a little dull


step2: erase every thing except the skin.... and may use the eraser tool at different opacities at different places.... here i will do like this...


step3: Now after erasing , simply ctrl click on the duplicate layer ... now the image was selected....like this...


step4: Now go to filter --- blur -- gaussian blur and give the measure as u like ...... i give the radius like this...


step5: the final step is just adjust the opacity as u like .... here is the final image ... thank u very much


I hope u enjoy this very much......


[Edited by krishhi on 6/13/2006 6:16:28 AM]
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BlueTac
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6/13/2006 8:50:39 AM


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Krishi, a fine tutorial. I have one suggestion; instead of using the eraser you could try using layer masks. They are very easy, and fully reversible, unlike the eraser, which once erased is mostly lost. Yes you can use history palette, but it's a lot more hassle!

Check out these tutorials:
http://www.freakingnews.com/tutorial.asp?sid=2
http://www.freakingnews.com/tutorial.asp?sid=4
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krrish
Independents
6/13/2006 9:33:01 AM


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On 6/13/2006 8:50:39 AM, BlueTac said:
Krishi, a fine tutorial. I have one suggestion; instead of using the eraser you could try using layer masks. They are very easy, and fully reversible, unlike the eraser, which once erased is mostly lost. Yes you can use history palette, but it's a lot more hassle!

Check out these tutorials:
http://www.freakingnews.com/tutorial.asp?sid=2
http://www.freakingnews.com/tutorial.asp?sid=4



here i just share my technique..... ya i saw that tutorial... its very fine
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Daddysgirl
Independents
6/13/2006 8:14:17 PM
Status: White House Intern
I like it krishhi, the final result is very effective, another new tech to play around with...does the fun ever end

TY for this
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Daddysgirl
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6/15/2006 5:38:09 AM
Status: White House Intern
I seriously like this, it is so simple & effective, again ty.

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krrish
Independents
6/15/2006 6:25:04 AM


Status: Commander in Chief

On 6/15/2006 5:38:09 AM, Daddysgirl said:
I seriously like this, it is so simple & effective, again ty.




do u like this... thank u for appreciate this tutorial.... i will post some good tutorials .... anyway did u got the effect... take care bye........
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Registered
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6/15/2006 1:30:52 PM


Status: Commander in Chief
Nice job again krishhi!
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