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Discussion in 'Retouching and Post Processing' started by RayGuselli, Apr 21, 2007.
this beautiful flower provided some inspiration....
Hope it works
Awesome work. Lovely vibrant colors.
Very cool stuff as always, Ray. The colors are so rich. Make a nice wallhanger too :smile:
Ray I haven't smudged in so long i have really forgotten how
Beautiful work Ray.
very well done
Like it a lot
That's a hum dinger of an image!
Beautiful smudge Ray!! The red/green combination always makes for a vivid contrast and helps this image really pop!! gg!!:biggrin:
Oh, and the textured background works very well too!
Anyone know where to get the smudge brush?
OK. I guess I am the only one here who doesn't know what smudging is. Ray, can you explain what you did and how you achieved this wonderful result? It is stunning, but I have never heard this term and really don't have any idea how you achieved this effect.
Thanks very much.
Lisa helped me smudge about a year ago, but since then I can't remember the technique.
Greg do you still have her Video???
Do you have ps cs, cs2 or 3
No I don't and don't have any of the brushes, I switched to Mac since then.
I found the tutorial, now I need a smudge brush
Lisa smudge tutorial
I use CS2. Are there brushes in Photoshop for this technique?
I found the brush
uncheck Current tool only and look for Smudge tool #23
The left too bar. The veritcal one..It is where the sharpen, blur and smudge tool
Choose the smudge brush.
At the top the little drop down by the smudge tool
Chose a brush
try different brushes , different modes and different strengths.
Just choose a pic nd try to get the feel of the different settings. I will look for the tutorials.
If you guys want to learn more how to's, etc....photoart tutorials and more, see this link:
Some terrific work, wonderful tutorials and talented people can be found there. See smudge work and tutes by Phyllis......
And some of the best smudge work you will see can be found at the DPR Retouch forum:
You may also want to do a search for "smudge" or "smudge paintings" and other work by Scott Deardorff, Trimoon and others.
Aslo search through the retouching forum and see what else you can find