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Fun with Liquify

Liquify! Weee fun!

Liquify is a photo editing technique in Photoshop that basically turns a photograph into warm, flatulent putty. But often the term liquify is used to mean “reshaped” regardless of whether the liquify tool was actually used or not–I almost never use the liquify tool proper, because it’s awful. See the image to the left for a more realistic example of the liquify tool’s capabilities. But it’s more fun to say “liquify” than “cut / paste / warp / blend / recolor / … / repeat”. Below you’ll find a fake example of liquify. This is the sort of thing they do for magazine models that gives people eating disorders.

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