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Old 05-04-2006   #1
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One should also note that if you make one wisp per layer you can acheive even more realistic effects. Here's an effect I created by doing this procces: New Layer, Draw on a little white, use the liquify tool to make it into a more swirly shape, then smude it following the basic shape of the liquified tool, then repeat the proccess. I made about 10-15 seperate layers with this one before I was happy with it.

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Wow, that looks Really nice! Actually they both do!

Hmm... Maybe if I changed the opacity on the layers, that would make it even better. I'll definitely have to experiment with this -- thanks for the inspiration!

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I will try your tutor as soon as possible.
Ohya, it is a cool effect with simple step.
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Cool! Thank you so much for sharing.
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