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Aug 12, 2010 | 11:45 AM EDT
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Just practice.
Photoshop and a mirror.

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JoshSummanaJoshSummana

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

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Heya .... just a suggestion that you might like.... if you use the pressure sensitivity setting on your tablet - you can get smoother brush strokes that blend better. Less is more with faces..... try not to add pores willy-nilly (if you want a photo realism piece)....and with the lips..... dont forget the little groves/ridges lips have for that extra detail....but not too much or the realism will get taken away :) ......and eyebrows..... dont paint idividual lines.... if you look at eyebrows, the hairs flow more organically rather than vertical lines................other than that, just keep practicing :)


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MiLinkMiLink

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty good.

I'll tell you what I like:

I like the fixed jaw, which is equally shaped on both sides, rather than one (like a McCain look).The nose is good, as well as the hair.

But what I don't like:

I don't like the philtrum - It seems to be too 'drooped', or hangin' low. Bring the lips
up a little, maybe leave the chin because it looks good. The left eye bothers me somewhat, but I suppose it's the angle in which the face is placed. And the last thing is the eyebrows.. Too clear on each particular hair, but I guess that's just me.

--- I understand it's practice, but I think everyone should get a little criticism! :D


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lysgaard responds:

Thanks! Practice is all about criticism.