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myself top one I'd just do a gradiant using radial. set second color transparent. on separate layer

I'm sure others have different methods.

second one is wetfloor reflection. If you can't get enought separation between the image and the reflection for height just keep selection active after running wet floor plugin and then cut and paste to its own layer and move to the position you like .

I've also at times used just a duplicate layer of my image and flipped it vertically and make it semi transparent for the second one.

One thing you'll find with paint.net is there is usally more than one method to do everything. That;s what makes it so fun.

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yeah if you get stuck pm me lol :D

as Oma said the top picture is a radial gradient with black as the main color and fully transparent white as the secondary. You need to use the elliptical selection tool then use the radial gradient inside the selection then adjust the layer opacity till you see fit.

and the bottom picture is actually not the wet floor plug in it is the water reflection plug in :D


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