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11a). Issue 061 January 2011 Chapter 03: Female Portraiture For the lashes I add a new layer, as that gives me more freedom to erase bits and soften them as needed with the Smudge tool. And don’t be scared of stray lashes! They add realism to the whole. 11b). Time to move on to the lips and nose now. They don’t need that much refining, but I’ve noticed a few flaws that I want to iron out. You’d be surprised how some small details really change the look of a person (or their expression, for that matter), so paying close attention to this can be very beneficial.
Thankfully, they will (still haven’t upgraded… my bad) and a Wacom do this on a regular basis to train yourself and not be reading this tutorial. Tracing is another Intuos 4. keep your hand-eye coordination sharp. one of those very old methods of getting stuff done. In the traditional art world, people use Let’s Paint! 01), and we have a A great little tool used by old masters and new in the days of the Renaissance candles would new canvas open in Photoshop. Now there are artists alike. It’s said to have helped Rembrandt be placed so they threw a shadow outline onto several ways to begin with a portrait like this: figure out depth and proportions, and can be the canvas, or the preliminary sketch for a piece seen in various Da Vinci sketches as well, was perforated along the lines with a fine needle mainly to help with perspective.
Contrast is important. It helps you to make areas a big foreground. com page 45 Issue 061 January 2011 Chapter 01: Composition Art Fundamentals reading from left to right, this pulls the viewer in and leads the eye more easily into the image providing a grounding point for the whole frame. 04). It’s based on having a frame for your image - in this case a big L - that leaves the rest of the image in focus and easy to see. It’s a great and easy way to make things stand out and can help give monumentality to your image.