Posts: 66

Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk, Russia
Photogrpaphy: Stéfan Bourson
Retouching: Alena Zolotnikova

Sep 06 13 02:36 pm Link

Digital Artist


Posts: 159

Crystal Lake, Illinois, US

Very impressive! I like that you used a bit of randomness so as not the have duplicated patterns (at least I couldn't find any).

However, the hair definitely still has a painted look.  Perhaps it's because I'm viewing a smaller version of the image.  How does the original look?

I know some of the tips I've gotten when painting on hair is to both blur and add noise to match other areas of the image.

Sep 06 13 04:36 pm Link


Duo Retouching

Posts: 51

Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland

I guess you love to draw wink

Sep 08 13 06:20 am Link


Jakov Markovic

Posts: 1128

Belgrade, Central Serbia, Serbia

Color is good. Contrast is very good.

Local details on her face are completely lost, hair is way to blurry and lips need work.

Overall this isn't bad, but you should only fix what needs to be fixed. You're great at making image pop.

Sep 18 13 05:58 am Link


Gasser Murda

Posts: 125

Cairo, Cairo, Egypt

how you did hair looks like that ? could you tell me plzz?

Sep 27 13 06:41 pm Link



Posts: 4

Frankfurt, Hassia, Germany

hair looks very fake to me... I don't like it...

Oct 05 13 01:36 am Link


The Invisible Touch

Posts: 862

Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain

Not sure what was what you were looking to achieve, I think is really impressive the hair you have drawn but to be honest there is nothing realistic about this image. It is closer to illustration than retouching. Maybe you should consider the first... :-)

If you look at magazines, there is nothing like this.. far too overdone for me.


Oct 08 13 03:08 pm Link


Mike Needham Retouching

Posts: 380

Cheltenham, England, United Kingdom

It is an impressive feat of drawing, but does contain a little hint of Mills & Boon cover. It's a tough call how far to go, but perhaps this time it's just a little over for a 'normal' retouch.

Oct 09 13 01:17 pm Link