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    Schizophrenia

    So this is the first picture I post in this forum so I need you're constructive opinions I hope you like it
    This is the original picture
    Schizophrenia-tom-cruise-tom-cruise-374642_1024_768.jpg
    And this is what I've done
    Schizophrenia-schizophrenia.jpg
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    Re: Schizophrenia

    I like it but maybe should have left one eye untouched and done something with the stubble. Good start though

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    Re: Schizophrenia

    The stubble was the hardest part actually and it took a lot of time but I thought it was good though anyway thanks so much for your comment

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    Re: Schizophrenia

    If Im honest it just looks like you overlayed the left side and maybe screened the right and added a line with a faint white glow. Darkened under some face parts.

    Schizophrenia to me would have the evil or dark side as being distorted or something along those lines.
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    Re: Schizophrenia

    I intended to make it look real not like a fantasy that's why I didn't distort it

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    Re: Schizophrenia

    Have you ever used a displacement map? I don't know how well it would work in this case, but it's worth a try. You make the map from his face, and the filter uses the map of shadows and highlights of the face to displace the brown overlay. If you'd like to try it, I can explain better or direct you to a good tutorial.
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