Ezekiel's Photoshop Works

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Re: Ezekiel's Photoshop Works

Unread postby Jason » Sun Sep 28, 2008 5:03 am

Just normal lasso, and the polygon one when it's convenient. Here's one I made for fun, using the Myspace application "BuddyPoke" I noticed you couldnt use makeup, so, I decided to start photoshopping my screenshot!


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Re: Ezekiel's Photoshop Works

Unread postby Jason » Wed Apr 01, 2009 10:35 pm

Well, I been trying to work on some more serious subjects of photoshop now.

I will post a link to the originals, and then my finished project.


Original: Here
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I wanted a kind of dark and burning look to it, so I remembered a tutorial I followed, and purposely left her edges rough.

Original: Here
Finished: Image
This tutorial was to make a "gritty high contrast street" picture. The photo they used was of a homeless man, and I'm convinced it works best on already gritty looking people. But, I wanted to practice, and used a picture of a friend.
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Re: Ezekiel's Photoshop Works

Unread postby Bryan » Mon Apr 06, 2009 10:51 pm

Absolutely love the first, although I can't help but feel with so many of the outlines roughed out, that some of the inner outlines that are smooth in a way detract from the impact of the image (such as the right arm and the left ankle).

The second is a startling change from the first, and it actually looks quite convincing.
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