Using the Liquefy Tool  

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Using the Liquefy Tool
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I've had a few requests to post a Tutorial on the Liquefy tool that I use in Adobe Photoshop for some of my own photos. So Pierre(ppigeon) was kind enough to help me with this. Thru his efforts and my trying to explain it to him, it all come together ok.... I hope it helps those that might enjoy trying that tool. Its a great deal of fun. And I know you all will enjoy toying around with it.If I can be of any sort of help beyond this, just let me know.(Thanx Pierre!)


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02/19/06 1:47 AM GMT
Great tutorial Verena & Pierre... very easy to understand, well set out... congrats good work
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"I cannot change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination" / Jimmy Dean
02/19/06 1:52 AM GMT
Thanks Verena- saving this in my favs when I get a chance to learn how to do this.
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02/19/06 1:55 AM GMT
I agree with Jacqueline that this is easy to understand. Those who wish to try this will find it a great help. Nice collaborative effort.
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"If there is an underlying oneness in all things, it does not matter where we begin. One measures a circle starting anywhere." Charles Fort
02/19/06 2:29 AM GMT
Clear, concise, and easy to understand. I think this will be a great help to those wishing to try something new & fun with PS ! Nice work Verena & Pierre !
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Ask Not For Whom The Bell Tolls .......Let The Machine Get It ........ MY GALLERY
02/19/06 9:27 AM GMT
Crrrrackin! Now I know how to do it...'Watch this space'!!!
Well done dear Vee, also to Pierre.....A terrific piece of information....Thank you.... Bob
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02/19/06 11:05 AM GMT
Very nicely done Verena! I agree that it's well laid out and easy to understand. Great job to you and Pierre!..=)
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02/19/06 11:06 AM GMT
great tutorial
if i may proffer one slight mod to it
though it might not be necessary for this kind of work

but i tend to work at full original resolution on my photos (admittedly not liquify ;) ) and once im ready to post i then resample to the required size ... as you say 1600x1200

other times an edit looks better done at final res cos resampling hurts it in some way

but normally resampling is the very last thing i do

1600x1200 is a must ... especiallly with some of verena's work ... it simply has to be seen LAAAAARGE :))

hope this helps other readers
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02/19/06 12:45 AM GMT
thanks! trying this will be great fun! jen
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02/19/06 2:24 PM GMT
Verena: Hats off to you babe! You are always reaching out to others on site! You are truly a very nice and talented person!
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02/19/06 4:45 PM GMT
Thak you Verena...!!!
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02/20/06 5:06 PM GMT
Good job on this tutorial Verena and thanks for Pierre for his assistance...easy to understand.:Pat.
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02/21/06 1:04 AM GMT
Yay! You're getting confident enough with Photoshop to start doing tutorials. That's a good sign. I've been impressed with your experimentation of late.
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06/21/06 1:29 PM GMT
Very helpful! Thanks!

(great pictorial example too! love it!)
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