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  1. #5801
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    Outstanding, Tori!

    TNB, now that's adorable.

    Imagesbyjudd, I think you did a very good job, technically. However, I think it looks too different from reality.
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  2. #5802
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    Yeah but if it's someones wedding and he wants an obvious defect to be removed by negotiation then I reckon it's great. Just the sort of thing painters have been doing forever and just as true to life. Provided it's by negotiation then surely it's a good thing to help him look how he wishes to look.
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  3. #5803
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    Quote Originally Posted by imagesbyjudd View Post
    I'm learning to retouch in PS, you wouldn't want to see my first attempts, but I think it is improving to almost acceptable. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
    imagesbyjudd,
    Excellent cloning! the patched up section isn't noticeable at all
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  4. #5804
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    It is an excellent clone, however if you want to lean a touch more toward realism, I'd clone one of the more flawed areas and use it as the skin consistency. I've uploaded an example of what I'm talking about. I think either would be acceptable, it just depends, again, on the degree of realism you are attempting to achieve. Either way, great work!

    Also, how about cropping that window out or selecting a shot where he's offset with the window. Looks like a hat! haha. If he was one step to the left, it'd be perfect!

    P.S . - Also thickened up the hair a little bit. The true way to the average man's heart is to give him a full head of hair. lol
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  5. #5805
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    I took this yesterday. If you look carefully you can see the exhaust warping the perfect circle of the sun.

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  6. #5806
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    TNB: love that series on your flickr.
    Thanks Rooz. That's probably the only time I've ran that many of the same type of photo at the same time, but I really liked the ti-double-grs.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Oh and lovely images Tori and TNB.
    Thanks DPR.

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamW View Post
    TNB, now that's adorable.
    That they are... I may have to make another trip down there before they get too big. In three weeks time they plan to move the tiger cubs out to the outer lying cages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bgrablin View Post
    I took this yesterday. If you look carefully you can see the exhaust warping the perfect circle of the sun.
    I wonder why it reminds me of Robert Duvall.

  8. #5808
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    Could it be from Apocalypse Now, or MASH?

    I can honestly say when we are doing something crazy we often times sing "Flight of the Valkyrie".
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    I spent some time at the Springs as well, but it was mostly for training at the AFA. Were you ever in 160th SOAR-A?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNB View Post
    I spent some time at the Springs as well, but it was mostly for training at the AFA. Were you ever in 160th SOAR-A?
    Nope, I've never been in the 160th. They don't have Kiowa Warriors, just Little Birds, Blackhawks and Chinooks which aren't my style.

    I'm in 1/6 CAV out of Fort Carson attached to 1st ID.

    The Air Force Academy is a sweet place with a FANTASTIC view. They are a little stingy with their airfield; constantly denying us entry into their pattern. Ohh well, we just continue north to Denver and enjoying a little flight time.
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