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How to add a quick blush effect to skin.Kommentare • How to add a quick blush effect to skin.

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    Stalking (Vor 1 Jahr) #31120236I did look at your raw photo post from imgur before posting that comment.Ah well, personally I'd say I'm very satisfied with the results and am happy to leave it where it's at. Thank you for your insight.
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    Stalking Loli hunter
    DonkeyBlonkey (Vor 1 Jahr) #31104044I keep telling everyone that the effect looks more pigmented in the picture because I applied a saturation and contrast in the post, making the blush pop out more. In person, it is definitely alot more subtle and I also included the unedited photos to give a better idea on what it really looks.

    I did look at your raw photo post from imgur before posting that comment.
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    Stalking (Vor 1 Jahr) #31104005
    I do think you added a little too much pigmentation though. The effect on the illustration is softer and more delicate.
    I keep telling everyone that the effect looks more pigmented in the picture because I applied a saturation and contrast in the post, making the blush pop out more. In person, it is definitely alot more subtle and I also included the unedited photos to give a better idea on what it really looks.
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    Stalking Loli hunter
    I love the idea of adding blush to figures! Manufacturers do forget about that very often.
    I do think you added a little too much pigmentation though. The effect on the illustration is softer and more delicate.
    I may be trying this with some of my figures in the future, it doesn't look so hard. I think starting with verrryy little and building up is key.
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    2pt
    Adding the blush was a good move, she looks great!! [color=]
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    DonkeyBlonkey (Vor 1 Jahr) #31076058Ah I can see how it could look like that. I realized the Post I applied made the color pop a little more, but it is definitely a lot more subtle in person.
    Here's a few of the raw photos without any post: imgur.com/a/xXM...

    Yes, I do see its lighter in the raw photos. Good for you. Cheers!
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    6pt
    Heavenly_Otaku (Vor 1 Jahr) #31076050I like the idea, it is really good. But, I just have to say that maybe you applied the color way more in the lower cheeks. Kinda looks more like she has been punched or slapped in the face, and not blushing as per the illustration.Ah I can see how it could look like that. I realized the Post I applied made the color pop a little more, but it is definitely a lot more subtle in person.

    Here's a few of the raw photos without any post: imgur.com/a/xXM...
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    5pt
    I like the idea, it is really good. But, I just have to say that maybe you applied the color way more in the lower cheeks. Kinda looks more like she has been punched or slapped in the face, and not blushing as per the illustration. Thanks for sharing this idea though!

    Do add the figure in the related items section of this tutorial.
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    4pt
    Super cute! The flush looks like she just got done fighting!
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    Ceci (Vor 1 Jahr) #31075950That is really cool and interesting at the same time. Do you often do these kinds of touch-ups? Would be cool to see more of this!Not too often as this was a first. I've done some pastel brush works on a garage kit I'm still working on and realized the method could work equally as well on PVC figures.
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