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Here are a few advanced finishing steps to give the pegs a glassy look.


Step 1:

Duplicate top layer 3 times.

Step 2:

Emboss the very top layer @ 45 degrees. Then change the blending mode to "Difference".

Step 3:

Move embossed layer down 2px and to the left 2px.

Step 4:

Go back down to the grid layer. Use the Magic Wand selection tool (tolerance set to "0") and select the center of one of the cells. Invert this selection and go back to the embossed layer and hit the Delete key. Now, Gaussian Blur 6px.

Step 6:

Adjust the brightness and contrast.

Brightness: -32

Contrast: 72

the glassy look didn't work out very well :(


I'm a Paint.NET newbie, so please be patient with me :)

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Well, try again, several people achieved it, the problem must be from your side.

I you explain at what step you failed, we can help you.

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