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ImageFusionStudio

Posts: 189

Fort Worth, Texas, US

Hey y'all I have a session with a model that has issues with her lips .
they kinda look like this . This is the high freq

http://www.if-dfw.com/media/lips4.png

any ideas how to fix

Jan 05 13 03:49 pm Link

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Pictus

Posts: 1144

Teresópolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Try to "transplant" the lips texture from another model http://www.lipstickfetish.org/forum/vie … =11&t=9579

Jan 05 13 04:54 pm Link

Photographer

ImageFusionStudio

Posts: 189

Fort Worth, Texas, US

I am not exactly sure how to pull that off

Jan 05 13 07:25 pm Link

Photographer

ImageFusionStudio

Posts: 189

Fort Worth, Texas, US

any other suggestions ... I need to get this set done

Jan 06 13 06:52 am Link

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Peano

Posts: 4106

Lynchburg, Virginia, US

ImageFusionStudio wrote:
I am not exactly sure how to pull that off

You could learn how, or hire someone who has the skill.

Jan 06 13 09:23 am Link

Photographer

ImageFusionStudio

Posts: 189

Fort Worth, Texas, US

Peano wrote:

You could learn how, or hire someone who has the skill.

Ah a funny guy LOL - Check your email smile

Jan 06 13 09:51 am Link

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Peano

Posts: 4106

Lynchburg, Virginia, US

ImageFusionStudio wrote:
Ah a funny guy LOL - Check your email smile

It isn't really difficult. As Pictus suggested, 1) copy the lips, 2) paste them on a new layer, 3) use the transform and warp tools to fit them to the original lips, then mask around the edges. You can add or adjust color to suit. It just take a little practice.

http://i1005.photobucket.com/albums/af171/retouch46/Forums/lips2-1_zps3d1d9531.gif

Jan 06 13 02:01 pm Link

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The Invisible Touch

Posts: 736

Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain

Peano wrote:

It isn't really difficult. As Pictus suggested, 1) copy the lips, 2) paste them on a new layer, 3) use the transform and warp tools to fit them to the original lips, then mask around the edges. You can add or adjust color to suit. It just take a little practice.

http://i1005.photobucket.com/albums/af171/retouch46/Forums/lips2-1_zps3d1d9531.gif

Peano, you are always there... working already for best supporting MM 2013?? ;-)

Jan 06 13 02:54 pm Link

Photographer

ImageFusionStudio

Posts: 189

Fort Worth, Texas, US

Peano wrote:

It isn't really difficult. As Pictus suggested, 1) copy the lips, 2) paste them on a new layer, 3) use the transform and warp tools to fit them to the original lips, then mask around the edges. You can add or adjust color to suit. It just take a little practice.

http://i1005.photobucket.com/albums/af171/retouch46/Forums/lips2-1_zps3d1d9531.gif

I have it figured out ! works well

Thanks for your help

Jan 06 13 07:09 pm Link