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Posted on 22/02/15 9:07:16 PM
srawland
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2: Changing colours
I hope this is blue enough for him.



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Posted on 23/02/15 07:57:31 AM
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Re: 2: Changing colours
Yes, very good. Now can you update the photo? Joe is now 21 with a rather scraggy beard.

Posted on 23/02/15 3:40:04 PM
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Re: 2: Changing colours
More testing! How lucky am I to be given this further challenge! Do I get extra credit?

I was wondering if the boy was Joe and if the bow and arrows he is carrying were made using the methods you discussed in Dad Stuff

I was also wondering if the boys in the picture in the tutorial "Image size and resolution" (p. 438 HotChiPs CS5) are Joe and Freddy. Where was this taken that they needed to wear straw hats?




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Posted on 23/02/15 9:03:57 PM
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He does look a bit older, but try as I might, I could not get Joe to look 21. I have failed this test.






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Posted on 24/02/15 07:30:18 AM
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srawland wrote:
I was wondering if the boy was Joe and if the bow and arrows he is carrying were made using the methods you discussed in Dad Stuff

I was also wondering if the boys in the picture in the tutorial "Image size and resolution" (p. 438 HotChiPs CS5) are Joe and Freddy. Where was this taken that they needed to wear straw hats?



Yes to both! The hat photo was taken on holiday in France, and it was a particularly hot day.

Posted on 24/02/15 2:21:54 PM
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Re: 2: Changing colours
Thank you for not commenting on the poor job I did of aging Joe. I felt so bad about how terrible a job I did, I went out to Facebook and found this picture he posted on his page just to show people what a handsome young man he has grown into. You must be very proud. Tell him he needs to strengthen his privacy settings.

The tutorial in the book has us age someone who already is an adult. What I would like to know is how you would go about aging someone as young as Joe was in the original image and make him look Like an adult.




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