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How could I make a Na'vi from the film Avatar of myself?

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If you post a link to the Photoshop tutorials you mention, maybe we could help you translate those into Paint.NET equivalents.

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The tutorial you linked to completely translates to Paint.NET. The only thing that you would need to do differently is use smudge with a square brush instead of liquify.

What was the point of this thread again? :|

The point of the thread is he was asking for help on how to translate a tutorial.

Also the liquify filter in photoshop is a bit more advanced then smudge mate I am sure it would be quite difficult to achieve what you are looking for with smudge. I think point warp might work in this case though.

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Oh my goodness! I've totally been working on this same manipulation for a couple of days now -- based off that tut! Hahaha... will post results soon, nose has definitely been the hardest part.

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That looks fantastic! I'll have to try this as well.. See you later this year, I believe this is a project that's going to take long :D As far as I can see, it seems to be possible in PdN. We'll see :mrgreen:

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The point of the thread is he was asking for help on how to translate a tutorial.

I know, but that tutorial already translates perfectly to Paint.NET... :|

You're right though, widening a nose is pretty hard with smudge, but you can do it if you work at it for awhile. I'd try another option first though, because when I say 'awhile' I mean I worked at it for 25 minutes and was only satisfied when I zoomed out to 50%...

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