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Make a "Wave" with Paint.NET


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This tutorial is available as a PDF. Click here to view or download it!

 

1. New Image (I’ve took 500x500)

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2. Clouds

3. Clouds (Modus Difference)

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4. Pencil Sketch (Size 20, Range 20)

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5. Zoom Blur (100)

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6. Twist (Twisting amount 20, Quality 5)

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7. Duplicate Layer

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8. Twist (Twisting amount -40, Quality 5)

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9. Set Layer Mod to Lighten

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10. Flatten Image

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11. Open Curves and cooler the image

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12. Save

13. Finished

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Tutorial by Europe, Screenshots by cjmcguinness

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Down, has anyone told you your sig is sexy? :D

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I did a lot of extra effects. It's a link to the full thing btw (@500x500) and I messed with layer blending modes on it to get the right effect. There was one with screen, one with darken, one with reflect then one with glow. It accented the blue nicely.

Watch this space. It will do tricks, sooner or later.

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Here's my turn at it.

What I did different was for the clouds :Clouds: I set scale and roughness to max, and after setting the curves :Curves: for color I then used BoltBaits portrait plugin to soften the image up.

The original is at 1152 x 864, I resized it because at that resolution it was 2.6 MB in png format.

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