When the rats are away, the cat will play


When the rats are away, the cat will play
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(7 days ago)

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avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

Well done! A fine smudge brush to pull some hairs on the white rat will improve it.

author says:

Do you mean for the hair around the body or the hair inside? I like the hair inside as they are, shaggy, as the white rat just had a shower.

(7 days ago)


author says:

I've brushed the wet white rat

(2 days ago)


avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

I meant you could refine the edges by making finer hairs. Compare to the source photo.

avatar lchappell
lchappell says:

This is a great idea and effort. I have to say the white rat looks "wetter" in the original source though. A Fine (small sized) smudge brush would be in order for the "White Rat indeed". Good luck and have fun.

author says:

Wet white rat has been brushed

(2 days ago)


avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

Author, you don't understand what we're talking about. Again, look at the edges of your white rat and compare with the source. You can use a fine smudge brush to pull (drag) small hairs out from the fur to simulate those in the original.

author says:

Thank you CM. Actually I didn't know exactly what a smudge brush was... I have found a set here : http://www.brush-photoshop.fr/dessin/smudgebrushes1-350.html and I have smudged all around the white rat. Thank you so much to help me keep on learning.

(1 day 22 hr ago)


avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

Photoshop has a smudge tool. It is a feature of the blur tool. The rat looks much better now.

author says:

OK I see what you mean now, it is the finger tool, but I have it with a different name in another language

(1 day 20 hr ago)


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