In this article we will show you some helpful tricks with the Ice effect in AKVIS NatureArt. This effect produces an ice surface with various transparency, relief, and pattern. Further image processing lets you give the frozen surface the volume and expressiveness. Skillfully using the History Brush you can create an illusion of an ice layer covering an object.
Note: The Ice effect, as well as the History Brush, is available under the Home Deluxe and Business license.
They say, the withered flowers symbolize the fading senses. In our example the ice rose will be the embodiment of cold love.
Run the image processing by clicking on . The result will be shown in the After tab.
the areas around the rose - Strength = 70-80;
the contours of the object - Strength = 50;
the darker areas inside - Strength = 20-40.
Rough brush strokes create the effect of the frozen rose:
Continue using the tool carefully, and the original image will become more visible through the ice (the melting ice effect):