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Hey everybody, have been playing around trying to learn Photoshop and came up with some editing of the neck and wrist joints on this guy.
 

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Not bad, although it does have the look of editing, although I edit almost all my photos to erase paint spots, scratches, etc...
 

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The rubber stamp tool (look for the icon shaped like one) is brilliant at this sort of thing, you can match the textures perfectly. I find the best way to learn Photoshop is to play around. Save a copy of the pic you're working on so you can go back to it if you go wrong.

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use the healing brush above the stamp one, as it blends in lighting that is around it,

press alt and click on a spot of the area ur working on then click and drag to heal and clone over the area!
if u dont see a healing brush one its above the clone util and u may need to expand the tool options by holding down ur cursor to get the icon that is like a band aid.
 
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