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How to do Watercolour Effect _Tutorial_pics after each step

Post#1 by Issabella » 2 weeks 2 days ago


I have written this tutorial which is based on several videos. So, thanks to who created those videos I have been able to write this tutorial.
Check if you have the necessary items before starting your masterpiece. :cool:
The sizes of the brushes depend on the size of the photo to be treated.
Added a sequence of images while the process. Size original of the photo (sample) 530*790
You can find it in post 10
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Post#2 by gnerd » 2 weeks 2 days ago


Thank you Issabella for the tutorial! I love this effect, I will give it a try!
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Post#3 by tim » 2 weeks 2 days ago


Thanks for the tutorial. This is great.
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Post#4 by Issabella » 2 weeks 1 day ago


Tin! I love your outcome. Well done!!! I'm happy you got such nice result. You know, It's a challenge for me to explain the process in English. :lol:
(I only wrote the process of videos (mainly one of Chris Fiedler) who is the creator of the nice brushes, too.) :)
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Post#5 by RJKD » 2 weeks 1 day ago


Thankyou for this tutorial Issabella, it's a lovely effect, can't wait to have a play.
Nice outcome T, well done.
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Post#6 by Conbagui » 2 weeks 1 day ago


Here is my result. Nice tutorial Issabella, thank you for sharing. :gimp_clap: I know for a few of you that don't speak fluently the English language, have to use the Google translate. The Google translate machine helps a little, but it's pretty off. For Spanish translation, I write my tutorials in Office Word and Words will translate better than Google does. I know that some of you don't have Microsoft Office and probably have "LibreOffice" o r OpenOffice. Try with those program before using Google translate. If not, what other choice you have other than Google. Just a Thought. :)
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Post#7 by Issabella » 2 weeks 1 day ago


Thank you so much Conbagui. You got a great result.
Yes, I feel myself not confident to speak in English. But I don't use google translator, it's only some word. What I find difficult it's to manage some grammar estructures to explain precise concepts. But I see that people to understand me more or less. :lol: and if I say something a bit strange they will think what an eccentric! :lol:
Thanks for your help, I'll use Microsoft Office. ;)
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