CREATES: PORES, FRECKLES, SKIN TEXTURES SPECIFICALLY FOR FACES BUT CAN BE USED FOR OTHER BODY PARTS
Tips On Using This Brush Set
Download Other Skin Texture Photoshop Brushes
Download these packs individually:
Skin Textures/Cosmetics v2
Skin Textures/Pores/Hair Stubble v3
When editing photos I think the number 1 problem I have is getting that skin texture back after doing a bunch of adjustments to faces. Really there is only a couple ways around it: bringing back the old photo to get back the organic textures or recreating the textures using filters or resources.
Now you can create realistic human skin face textures for anything. Like this Kenyan inspired face texture you too can create realistic looking faces from complete scratch only using the pen tool and these brushes. You can also use them for touching up photos that might have gotten a bit flat after editing.
My main tip is keep the opacity light and work in circular strokes and follow a lighting guide from another photo or the original so you know where your head's lighting, bone structure is etc (that is key to creating realism).
Enjoy! Credit this page, KeepWaiting.Deviantart.com or Dirt2.com if used.
For commercial/personal/any use including Prints.
Made using Photoshop 7, so will work on any photoshop applications 7+
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Great resources, but lame site. I got blocked 3 clicks in... wtf
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Just to make sure, the license for this particular set is free for commercial and non commercial use. You've given a link to an updated version of this brush set. It takes me to website with preview of your other brush set also appearing here in DA, Skin Care and Cosmetic Brushes. In here you've stated this other brush set is for non-commercial use only. Is this and the one on your website one and the same?
Hopefully I made sense, my native language isn't English.