Clone Painting Faces

Clone Painting Faces

By Helen Yancy

When tranforming a photo portrait into a painting, it’s easy to lose some of the finer details. If you are clone painting a portrait, it is very important to make sure that the painted texture doesn’t eliminate your subjects most defining features. Explore a little bit about human nature and what makes people recognizable. Use that knowledge and the power of Painter to bring unmistakable identity to your portrait painting.

In this tutorial you will learn:

  • How to save a custom bush palette.
  • Define lines and contours of the face.
  • Retain the likeness of your subject.
  • Embellish features using a blender brush and highlights.

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