Hey there! Well, I'm Arik and I have been designing for about 4 years now. I've worked my way up by
reading a lot of tutorials and spending a lot of time using Photoshop. I hope that you will enjoy my
contributions to psdtuts.com!
Sadly, I spent my money made from tutorials on 'Long Island Iced Tea cocktails' and therefore I am
forced, yet again, to live in a box with a broadband connection and a computer. Therefore, I would like to
thank Jean Scheijen for providing me with this beautifulfr e est oc k image. Free stock images, I love 'em!
Lastly, before we begin with the actual tutorial, I would like to show you my layer structure. Forme, this
setup works great. With this setup, I can navigate quickly through my layers and cut down on my work
time. All of the layers will be discussed in the tutorial, so don't worry if the scheme confuses you at the
We begin by duplicating the original layer, and with a combination of the Clone Stamp (S) Tool and the
Healing Brush (J) Tool, try to remove all spots and blotches that we can find. In essence, we smooth out
the skin this way and prepare it for the brushing. It is very important to use aso ft brush when working like
this, so that the end result blends better with the surrounding skin. If an area is hard to tackle, use the
Clone Stamp Tool first and then blend the treated area with the healing brush.
Now bringing you back...
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