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Glamour Portraits Tutorial by runofthemill Glamour Portraits Tutorial by runofthemill
This is basically the making of Surface Finish

For those who do glam edits, I'd like to know what you do different.
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dornensplitter Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks Very helpful!
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mo5a Featured By Owner Feb 29, 2008
w3333
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utawoutau Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2007
helpful, thx dude. i just need patience, ha...
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suxpop Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2007  Hobbyist
cool!!
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runofthemill Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2007
Thanks, hope you find it useful!
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Jagath Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2007   General Artist
nice work...thank you
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battousai-senpai Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2007
Wow. This is probably THE best glamour tutorial I've read D:
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runofthemill Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2007
Thank you!
I hope you find it useful in your glamour endeavours!
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tephraim4 Featured By Owner May 1, 2007
thanks for ur reply! :)

However I must say, looking at the pic (ignoring the black lines), i really dont see how it is not 'smooth'... Hmm

WOuld u be able to send me the whole picture after gausian blur? 1 with the black lines, and one without? Just for comparison and also to train my eyes!

This is something that I've always been interested in (photo retouching), and I've never come across a tutorial that really gives this 'fashion-front-cover-look'. The technique i used is basically a gausian blur, then set opacity to a level that satifies. Gives a really nice soft look. Your result seem to retain facial definitions and really a flawless skin.

Anyway, hope to hear from ya again.
TE
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runofthemill Featured By Owner May 1, 2007
The airbrushing smoothes out whatever the gaussian blur leaves behind. Yea, the difference is very subtle, I'll try to make you a comparisson picture when I get to my home comp. (give me 4-5 days).
Retaining the facial definitions is the result of erasing the gaussian blur layer in areas of sharp detail and then hand-brushing that area until flawless. The smaller the work area - the smaller the brush size.
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