This tutorial was written with CorelX19 and translated with CorelX17, but it can also be made using other versions of PSP.
Since version PSP X4, Image>Mirror was replaced with Image>Flip Horizontal,
and Image>Flip with Image>Flip Vertical, there are some variables.
In versions X5 and X6, the functions have been improved by making available the Objects menu.
In the latest version X7 command Image>Mirror and Image>Flip returned, but with new differences.
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For this tutorial, you will need:
A misted and a main tube
The rest of the material here
For the tubes used, thanks
Maryse (MR_Woman with a glass of Champagne) and Mentali (mentali-misted1343)
For one of the mask thanks Sonia (Soniamask_0414).
The rest of the material is by Yedralina.
Plugins: consult, if necessary, my filter section here
Filters Unlimited 2.0 here
Redfield - Ripples Magic here
if you don't want to listen the music, press ESC on the keyboard
You can change Blend Modes according to your colors.
Copy the preset in the Presets Folder.
Open the mask and the patterns in PSP and minimize them with the rest of the material.
Adapt the glitter to your colors.
1. Set your foreground color to dark color #4c6e52,
and your background color with color white.
2. Open a new transparent image 950 x 650 pixels,
Flood Fill with your dark foreground color.
3. Selections>Select All.
Open your misted and go to Edit>Copy.
Go back to your work and go to Edit>Paste into Selection.
4. Effects>Image Effects>Seamless Tiling.
5. Adjust>Blur>Gaussian Blur - radius 15.
6. Set your foreground color to Pattern and select the Glitter
7. Layers>New Raster Layer.
Flood Fill the layer with the glitter
8. Layers>New Mask layer>From image
Open the menu under the source window and you'll see all the files open.
Select the mask Soniamask_0414.
9. Activate the bottom layer.
Effects>Plugins>Redfield - Ripples Magic
10. Layers>New Raster Layer.
Edit>Paste into Selection (your misted is still in memory).
11. K key to activate the Pick Tool
open the preset menu and select the preset 226