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My lady friend would like her gobbler less noticeable. So I tried liquify, I froze the area under her so to not distort and then used a rather large brush and it didn't IDK i sucked and it still looks bad. Would burning the shadows be another step to help? If so I think I read that you liquify fist before adding actions and then what about Dodging?

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oh and BTW picture is SOOR no editing

 

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42 minutes ago, Jodi C said:

my 700x700

 

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Hi Jodi, can you recall what Quality Level you chose when saving this jpeg file?

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yeah 1 cause it kept telling me that my jpeg was too large.

 

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27 minutes ago, Jodi C said:

yeah 1 cause it kept telling me that my jpeg was too large.

 

Too large for the forum you mean? We will definitely look into that if that's the case! 

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2 hours ago, Jodi C said:

yeah 1 cause it kept telling me that my jpeg was too large.

Other people have been reporting this too.  Can you try again now?

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2 hours ago, Samantha LaRue said:
37 minutes ago, Damien Symonds said:

Other people have been reporting this too.  Can you try again now?

Too large for the forum you mean? We will definitely look into that if that's the case! 

saved at 10. upload worked

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just wanted to see if it'd work for entire picture and it does :)

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That's great, thanks.

When you were trying Liquify, were you using the Mask feature to make sure you wouldn't move areas that shouldn't be moved?

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5 hours ago, Damien Symonds said:

That's wonderful.

So, can you show me your result close up?

 

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Ok, so the problem appears to be that you've used a much too small brush when liquifying.  For this kind of thing, I'd estimate that you'd use a brush almost as big as the distance from the tip of her nose to the tip of her chin, if that makes sense.

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