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 woman tube and a misted landscape
The rest of the material qui
For the tubes used and not supplied thanks:
The rest of the material is by Yedralina
(The links of the tubemakers here).
Plugins: consult, if necessary, my filter section here
Filters Unlimited 2.0 here
Mura's Meister - Copies here
Mura's Meister - Pole Transform here
VM Stylize - Raygun here
Alien Skin Eye Candy 5 Textures - Swirl here
AAA Frames - Foto Frame here Filters VM Stylize can be used alone or imported into Filters Unlimited.
(How do, you see here)
If a plugin supplied appears with this icon it must necessarily be imported into Unlimited
You can change Blend Modes according to your colors.
In the newest versions of PSP, you don't find the foreground/background gradient (Corel_06_029).
You can use the gradients of the older versions.
The Gradient of CorelX here
Copy the presets in the Presets Folder.
Copy the Selection in the Selections Folder.
1. Set your foreground color to black #000000,
and your background color to #de0500.
Set your foreground color to a Foreground/Background Gradient, style Linear.
2. Open a new transparent image 950 x 650 pixels.
Flood Fill with your Gradient.
4. Image>Resize, to 60%, resize all layers not checked.
5. Effects>Plugins>Mura's Meister - Pole Transform.
11. Image>Resize, to 90%, resize all layers not checked.
12. Objects>Align>Center in Canvas
if your are using a previous version that has not available the menu Objects,
you have two alternatives:
option 1. Edit>Cut (this cuts and keeps in memory)
Edit>Paste as new layer and you'll have the image in the middle.
Delete the empty layer.