[Tig] Digital Skin Grafting
mohanvsm at gmail.com
Sat Jul 14 12:26:52 BST 2007
thaks Rob Lingelbach and Cem Ozkilicci
we tried with makup, we could't get the translucent and fresh flesh
feel. And we can't bright the shadow areas like inside the ears, nose
and underneath the neck.
V.srinivas M mohan
On 7/14/07, Cem Ozkilicci <cemoz101 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Sounds impressive and VERY laborious! ... The stills
> look alright but when you are talking about
> rotoscoping where u have things like hair and other
> objects moving around, I think we would need to see
> the final moving image result to really get a good
> Being an ex-flame op. I know these these tasks can be
> very tedious and some shots may not pan out the way
> you always want them to be. But out of curiosity ...
> why didnt they just go for a good make-up artist?
> But all in all, not bad! :)
> Cem Ozkilicci
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