Flowing robes
 
Get materials here:
 
 
Files in the material + a selections folder:
 
 

The tubes should open in Affinity

In the selection folder there is a folder called Flowing.

Save it so you know where it is

 

1. Create a new Document 950 x 600 pixels (Image)
 
2. Shapes ...  Rectangel tool  : Drag a Rectangle around the image
 
3. Styles panel (located in the same place as the Layer panel): Category ... Flowing ... fantasy1
 
4. In the layer panel: right-click on the layer ... Rasterise & Trim ( with that feature all that is out of the picture disappears)
 
5. Go to Filters ... Sharpen ... Unsharp Mask: set the settings below and press Apply
 
 
6. Go up in Unsharp Mask again, , set settings like this, and press Apply
 
 
7.. In the bottom of the Layer panel: add pixel layer
 
8. Go up to Select ... Load Selection from file ... browse for the selections ... find Flowing 1
 
9. Flood Fill: fill with white color and set the layer Blend: Multiply
 
10. Layer panel ... Press   in the bottom :Touch Outer Shadow ... set settings as below:
 

Remember to check Scale in object:  

 
11. Go up in Edit ... Copy,  here you save the effect in the mouse for later
 
12. Get all selections  as in the same way as before  ... one at a time from glowing 2 through glowing 11
 

See below for what to do with each layer:

Create new layer ... Load selection from file: Flowing2:  fill with white colour ... Go up in Edit ...Paste xf

In Layer panel... set layer Blend: Multiply
 

Create new layer ... Load selection from file: Flowing3:  fill with white colour ... Go up in Edit ...Paste xf

In Layer panel... set layer Blend: Multiply

Create new layer ... Load selection from file: Flowing4:  fill with white colour ... Go up in Edit ...Paste xf

In Layer panel... set layer Blend: Multiply
 

Create new layer ... Load selection from file: Flowing5:  fill with white colour ... Go up in Edit ...Paste xf

 

Create new layer ... Load selection from file: Flowing6:  fill with white colour ... Go up in Edit ...Paste xf

In Layer panel... set layer Blend: Multiply

 

Create new layer ... Load selection from file: Flowing7:  fill with white colour ... Go up in Edit ...Paste xf

In Layer panel... set layer Blend: Multiply

 

Create new layer ... Load selection from file: Flowing8:  fill with white colour ... Go up in Edit ...Paste xf

In Layer panel... set layer Blend: Multiply

 

Create new layer ... Load selection from file: Flowing9:  fill with white colour ... Go up in Edit ...Paste xf

In Layer panel... set layer Blend: Multiply

Create new layer ... Load selection from file: Flowing10:  fill with white colour ... Go up in Edit ...Paste xf

In Layer panel... set layer Blend: Multiply

 

Create new layer ... Load selection from file: Flowing11:  fill with white colour ... Go up in Edit ...Paste xf

In Layer panel... set layer Blend: Multiply

 
13. Go up in Select ... Deselect
 
14. Open the tube with the lady ... Press the tube ... right-click  ... Copy
 
15. Go to your work image again ... press ... right click ... Paste
 
16.  In the Layer panel in the bottom ... Press eg ... tick Outer Shadow ... press the line to activate (blue)

set options like below, r and set notch at the bottom, by Scale with Object

 
17. Copy / Paste the other two tubes to the image in the same way as before
 
18. On layer with the lady : for above press Move to Front, see red dot here: 
 
 
19. Move all tube in place with Move Tool
 
20. Set your name on the picture
 
21. In Layer panel right-click on the top layer ... Merge Visible

Disregard the underlying layers, they are no longer used as it is all assembled into the new layer

22. Layer panel: right-click ... Duplicate
 
23. Layer panel ... right-click  ... Rasterise
 
24. Go up in Filters ... Distort ... Mirror ... settings like here below , and press  Apply
 
 
25. Move Tool ... drag all pages beyond the edges of the image so that the great colors go beyond as below:To extend beyond the edges, zoom out. If you have a mouse with scroll, you can zoom in and out on it

otherwise, go to View above and zoom out

 
26. Layer panel... right-click ... Rasterise & Trim
 
27. Go up in Select ... Load selection from file ... Flowing_frame
 
28. Press Delete on your keystroke
 
29. Layer panel in the bottom:  press on  ...  check in 3D ... set Radius as you thought
 
 
30. Save your image
 
 
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