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.: Smooth Skin Tutorial :.

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Some people have asked me how I got the smooth effect on the skin of the models, and I'll try to explain it in this tutorial.
My written English is not very good, so I'll try to explain as best I can.
I hope you enjoy it and be nice because it is the first tutorial I do.

:bulletpink: Comments & Feedback always welcome :heart:

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keilymArt's avatar
very useful, thank you! =)
Beautiful tutorial. Thank you very mcuh for your great generosity in share this useful tutorial.
DigitalButterflyy's avatar
Thank you so much for this. It really helped me! I'm going to try it right away. May I ask, is there a reason for adding a BW adjustment? Can this be done on the full color version or does it need to be desaturated for a certain reason?  Thank you again! :nod: :+fav:
Wolfscarnations's avatar
Thank you - great tutorial
SeventhFairy's avatar
thanks for sharing,great tutorials and very useful for the persons like me:)
HAiro-Rar's avatar
Now photoshop has a filter called Surface Blur that do this automaticaly.
KuramaPhoenix's avatar
Yes I know, but I prefer to do it manually. And it's not exactly the same effect, at least for me.
shiny-shadows-Art's avatar
Awesome dear.Thanks for sharing:thanks:
BiBiARTs's avatar
thanks for sharing...wonderful dear :glomp:
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LouiseD's avatar
Thank you for sharing this with us :)
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