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see journal for rules
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made with photoshop cs3

credit if use
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ok guys, i finnaly did it:D i end this tutorial yesterday at 1:30 AM. i think that it's pretty good for being the first tutorial i do, so i really hope it will be helpfull:)

if you have any problem or there is something that you don't understand, just tell me:D i'll try to help you as much as i can:)

final result : [link]

thank for your support:)
hope you enjoy it:D


lineart used in this tutorial done by *KidNotorious
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Taken last year in the bathtub at the Delta Barrington by my friend

Model = ME AKA


**please credit if used**
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have fun, no rules.  :heart:

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This diagram may seem pretty simple to a photographer that is used to working with flashes. As I am not one of them and am always looking for techniques as regards lighting, I thought I'd upload tutorial(s) for those who are, as myself, still experimenting with this equipment. Thought it might help people who are at my stage or a bit less familiar with this and are wondering about it.
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Models are Billy Grimm and Mary Jane. You may use my stock as long as you leave me a link to your finished work and credit my stock account.
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Uploading older tutorials for migration of #photoshop-tutorials' gallery to the new groups system - I didn't remember I had this many uploaded just over there ^^;

First uploaded: May 18, 2005



Borders of all kinds - nice and easy :aww:

IMPORTANT: This tutorial was written for Photoshop 7 and therefore, some expressions may be slightly different from what Adobe uses in the newer CS versions.


:bulletblue: If you use this I'd love to see (and fave)!


:bulletpurple: For more kuschelirmel tutorials go here [link]
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