When this assignment came along, I was ready to quit. How in the world does this happen to a picture and when it does, how do you fix it? I usually jump right on a new assignment to try to get ahead. Not this one! I made my first attempt and had totally messed up the process. I debated and decided, I will start from the beginning. I spent almost one whole day getting basic stuff done and spent part of the next day working on this poor man’s face and tweaking the jacket.


Paul was definitely a challenging assignment but when all said and done, I am happy with how he turned out. Far from perfect but better than he was. I think Paul would be happy too.

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