I should say: no...
For me this one is also much to dark in the make up.
- BTW: Maybe you have a monitor with a very low contrast, or a very low contrast setting? Then it is logical that what is looking good for you, will be overdone for people with a "normal" monitor with more contrast / color saturation.
mamuncei @Francky: It's look awesome. But couldn't see the big image. It's too small that I couldn't identify the correction. Would you please share the big image?
Ah, I don't have a big image. I did it with the small ones!
I did not see there was a big too. If I put an image in a post, I do it by referring (direct linking) to the image directory of my website. Then the image in the forum has just the same format as I made it.
- Now I see you posted your "small" images by uploading to the forum site. Then they show smaller in the posts than they are in reality! But I had no idea it were forum-uploaded images: on screen you can't see what kind of uploading it was, only by clicking on the image. That I didn't! :rolleyes:
Well, the quality of the big ones are a lot better. It is more easy to work with too!
Layers, layers, layers!
So I have done the process again with the big ones.
It is a matter of patiently building layers on layers.
If there is something you don't like after 5 layers upwards, you always can go back and change the culprit.
I don't show here the result in big format, that's a surprise!
You have to click step by step!
I have made an image of every layer, and a description of what I did successively.
What do you think of my make-under: Snog-Marry-Avoid ?