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Playing with Doll Face

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Krikor
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Playing with Doll Face

Post#1 by Krikor » 12 Dec 2019, 21:11


It seemed like a lot of fun not to be experienced.
I followed AnMal's tutorial on Gimpchat, and after struggling to understand the tutorial, finally came up with something close to what I think should be the expected result.
Krikor - Anmal Doll Face - Tuto Based
Krikor - Anmal Doll Face - Tuto Based
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I realized that I should have selected a higher resolution image.
Krikor - Model to DollFace edition
Krikor - Model to DollFace edition
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Ella
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Post#2 by Ella » 13 Dec 2019, 13:23


@Krikor I wanted to try it too.
Still a lot that can be improved and much more detailed finishing.
But it was something completely different from what I'm used to do.
And it was fun.

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Post#3 by tim » 13 Dec 2019, 22:06


great jobs, people!
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Post#4 by Krikor » 13 Dec 2019, 23:23


@Ella, your model looked better with the balloon head :-) :)
I find the eyes one of the tricky parts. So I opted to try other ways to change the eyes.
I found that you can use:
Scale Tool, Whirl and Pinch, Lens Distortion and Warp Transform.

Using Tim's script; Random Face, I found models ready to play.
Below is just the first part of the tutorial, using Lens Distortion in the eyes of one image and Warp Tool in the other image.

I feel that as I play with the tutorial steps, I feel more comfortable adapting my own editing mode to the images.
Krikor - DollFace testing in eyes
Krikor - DollFace testing in eyes
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@tim, with Anmal's tutorial the process becomes reproducible within a pattern, halfway through playing with caricartures.

In these results I did not apply any mask, I used G'MIC blend seamless
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Pat625
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Post#5 by Pat625 » 15 Dec 2019, 17:02


Really very good work, Ella and Krikor!
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Krikor
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Post#6 by Krikor » 16 Dec 2019, 02:36


Pat625 wrote:
15 Dec 2019, 17:02
Really very good work, Ella and Krikor!
Hi @@Pat625, it's a fun process. There is also a video tutorial on youtube, for those who don't like reading a lot.
https://youtu.be/XVjrnbzf3dI - Doll Tutorial In Gimp
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Issabella
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Post#7 by Issabella » 16 Dec 2019, 07:34


Ella and Krikor, you both have done amazing work. Great results! Congrats! :gimp_clap:
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Ella
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Post#8 by Ella » 19 Dec 2019, 10:19


Krikor, thanks for your explanation. Yes, the eyes are the tricky part.
Good job on the boy.

Tim, Pat and Issabella, thank you for your comment.
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tim
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Post#9 by tim » 20 Dec 2019, 04:20


I couldn't find I-warp tool in GIMP 2.10 so I had to manually transform the eyes and nose....it's hard. I tried.
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Pat625
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Post#10 by Pat625 » 20 Dec 2019, 04:45


Tin, in 2.10.X lwarp is in the tool box and not with the filters anymore.
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