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Making Of 'Morgan Freeman Caricature'

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Date Added: 16th January 2012
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Step 05

Now I'll show how I smudged all the colors. Mostly I prefer Spatter brushes (Fig.13) for smudging or blending purposes. After selecting the brush, I selected the brush properties (F5) and adjusted the Scattering value, added some Other Dynamics and also Noise. Then in Scattering I adjusted Scatter to 46%, ticked Both Axes and set the Scatter Control to off, Count to 3, Count Jitter to 10% and the Count Jitter Control to Pen Pressure. Then I selected the Brush Tip Shape and just turned off Spacing. Now my Smudge brush is ready for use (Fig.14 - 16).

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Fig. 13

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Fig. 14

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Fig. 15

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Fig. 16

I used on basic colors of his face like this way. You can see examples of Fig.17.

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Fig. 17

I smudged all the colors of his face with dark and light colors. I decided which parts should be highlighted according to the source of light.


Step 06
In this stage I used the same layer and settings as before, but worked more precisely on further detailing this time. I used more colors on his face and worked on the detailing of the nose, mouth and eyes. I always tried to maintain the similarity with my reference pictures, and catch those minute special features which would make the image more of an accurate look-a-like.

Here I started adding details onto the eyes. At this point, I was trying to maintain a proper balance of dark and light colors (Fig.18).

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Fig. 18






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Rachel.B on Thu, 02 February 2012 5:56am
really really nice tutorial~i really love photoshop but my skills not as good as you!hope can learn more tutorials from you ~hi i'm Rachel from Taiwan hope can be friends!
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Ravi Purohit on Wed, 18 January 2012 10:35am
Cool.....!!! can use brushes more affectivly.....!! :-) Thanks for sharing....
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Ayan Roy on Tue, 17 January 2012 5:30pm
hey...that is real cool stuff. It gonna help a lot of people. Thanks for sharing. Cheers
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Mike on Mon, 16 January 2012 2:34pm
Wow, this is absolutely Amazing "making of" tutorial. I love this caricature so much!
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