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“…it should look relatively natural, more on like the fashion side of natural…”
made my day 😀
Liked this one a lot.
Thanks for all the effort you put into your little tuts.
Love to watch them and I use your techniques a lot.
Wish you all the best at Phlearn.
Greetings from a “cloudy” Amsterdam (can you teach me how to Photoshop that away 😉
the clouds , not Amsterdam of course !
hi, i try to use the liquify layer.. and i cant do anything! ahaha i dont know if you can tell me wich set up i have to do before using it?
i have photoshop cs6 .
thank you for this tutorial.
Liquify was made into a non-destructive layer in CC, CS6 still uses the old method, you would have to create a stamp-visible layer (Cmd + Opt + Shift + E) and perform your liquify on that
oh i will try that than! thank you so much 🙂
all i can do it’s ”twist” the picture, i cant change anything in particular in the picture. like if i want to works the eye.. all the picture follow. 🙁
if you want to work on a particular part of the image, after creating a
stamp-visible layer, you use the marquee tool to select the region you
want to work on, copy that to a new layer (cmd + J) and apply the
liquify to that. Hope this helps
iam doing what you said, and all it does is moving the eye around… ahhh i think i gonna give it up! thanks for your help
What are you trying to do to the eye? make it bigger? if that’s the case, instead of using the regular (first) tool in the liquify dialog, you can use the bloat tool (6th from the top). You also need patience, liquify is one of the easiest tools in Ps to mess up 🙂
omg so hard to explan in english ahaha .. wish i speak more! doesnt works 🙁 i think i gonna make a video of what happen when i try to use it lool 😛
Just came across your videos on Youtube. My wife and I just bought the new 70D. We both love photography, and are trying to get better at photoshop. Your videos are the best I’ve seen on the net so far! I’ve learned so much already just from the free videos! Thanks so much!
Just came across your site and watched this tutorial. Really nice and easy yo follow.
Thank you for using my image for this tutorial! Preciously little is a great model.
You definitely opened up my eyes on other ways to edit this series 🙂
Thank you so much for this! I have been just relying on liquify, but had no idea about the transform. Thanks! Here’s my result!
Your way of teaching and overall attitude is GREAT.,love every video and i watched pretty much 95% of your youtube in 3 days or less.
Definitely plan to try it out….