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1 Tutorials Poser Burn, Dodge, Guassian Blur Postwork 2 em Ter Jan 25, 2011 11:16 pm


Step 3 - Guassian Blur Time

Copy and paste your character on another layer and apply the guassian blur to the top character layer. Click here to see the detailed steps on how to apply the guassian blur to create the Soft Glamour effect.

intensity of your gaussian blur will determine how soft or how defined
the lines will be on your character. If you want to keep the sharp line
looks on your image yet create a softer look for your image then use
guassian blur settings that are 4.1 pixels or lower. Anything above 4.1
for your gaussian blur setting may be extreme and cause your image to
be fuzzy looking. The only time we use above 4.1 is to create the
illusion of distance, depth, and focus. The purpose of us adding the
Soft Glamour effect is to soften up the lines just a little. The top
layer will also serve as a way to enhance the colors on our image later

Set the opacity of the top layer
to 27% (highlighted in green in the image below.) or to the point where
there is a hint of a soft blur. You want the lines to be defined and
soft at the same time. If you have done this correctly then your image
should look like the one below.

Step 4 :Apply the burn to the skin and bikini cloth

next step is to apply the Burn tool. The settings for your burn tool
will vary depending on the colors in your image that you rendered. It
won't always be the same so the settings for the burn tool will only
apply to this tutorial. After using the burn tool you'll have a better
idea of how you'll need to adjust it for other renders. For this
particular image you want to select the burn tool and set the brush
shape and size as shown in the image above. The brush shape should be
round and the hardness set low so that it will blend well with the
character's skin. We'll burn the midtones and set the exposure to 4%.
4% doesn't seem much but sometimes a little burn is all you'll need to
make a big difference.

The areas
that you want to burn are highlighted green in the image above. You
want to burn the areas where the cloth and skin meet. The low exposure
setting will allow you to move back and forth within these areas until
you have the designer look. Your image should now look like the image
Step 5 : Do the same for the lower half of the body.

Keep the same settings as in Step 4, and do the same for the bikini bottom and the fingers (hightlighted in green).

completing these steps the top and bottom part of the image should look
like the image below. The stomach muscles are more defined now. This
could have been done in the initial poser character creation, but we
used it here to show you how the burn tool can be used to add muscle
definition on any part of the body. The benefit of using the burn tool
is that you can add muscle definition where I want to add it. You can
use it to create shadows that blend with the skin. You can also use it
to darken highlights of the hair. The Dodge tool does the opposite of
the burn tool and allows you to lighten specific areas. We will take a
look at the dodge tool next.

Step 6 : Use the Dodge Tool to lighten areas.

have completed 5 of the 9 areas that we pointed at the beginning of
this tutorial. Our next step is to use the dodge tool to lighten some
of the areas on our image. We will focus on the hair, the face, and the
eyes. Review where we make the changes on the head.

the Dodge Tool (highlighted in green) and set your brush settings as
shown below. Make sure that your have Highlights selected and your
exposure set to 12%. You want to go over the eyes with the Dodge brush
first. (Important: your bottom layer must be selected and not the
Gaussian Blur layer). When you go over the eyes you'll notice that they
eyes will turn a lighter shade of brown (shown below).

have finished with the eyes we can continue to do the same with the
face and the hair. Make sure that you dodge the face and hair
separately for better results. Your end results should look like the
picture below. They eyes are brighter, the skin tone is lighter, and
the hair highlights are brighter. Our next step is to correct the

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