Champagne & Bubbles

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Champagne & Bubbles

Postby chaitereye » Thu Aug 28, 2003 2:37 am

Greetings Artists!
I have a picture of a friend holding an empty glass.
I want to fill that glass with foamy champagne & fizzy bubbles. Does anyone know of a tube/filter or easy way to do this? Thanx in advance to all who reply! :P


Re: Champagne & Bubbles

Postby Mischa » Thu Aug 28, 2003 10:54 pm

I don't know about a filter, but I know of a way you can accomplish your task. First Duplicate your image. This way if something happens, you do not lose your original picture. *smiles* Okay, now select the glass. You will probably have to use freehand select. After it is selected, copy your selected area, add a new layer to your image... Your "selected" area should still show, then paste into selection. Now you have your image on one layer, and a copy of the glass on another. Add a new layer in between for your "champagne" Then simply sandwich it between your image and the copy of the glass. Merge layers. And you have filled your glass and it should show that way in the picture!



bubbles or pouring

Postby Creative » Fri Aug 29, 2003 12:14 am

They have several tutorials on this site that may be able to help you. Crying Eyes, tut, fishy bubble letters, and sexy lips drinking which fills up a glass.



Postby noname » Fri Aug 29, 2003 8:41 am

Get an empty glass, take it to your friend. Fill the glass with champagne and take a're done


plug-in for the fizzies

Postby attaboy » Fri Aug 29, 2003 5:36 pm

:o I know o f a great plug-in and a fairly easy technique for making fizzies. The plug-in is the twist filter in Flaming Pear's "Designer Sextet" . On a dark backgound create a layer containing an oval of white and twist that sucker using the randomizer button in the Twist interface. ( I can't remember my settings but it's really easy to get a suitable effect for whatever size bubbles you want.) The dark background will help you see it when it's done, have then lasso out a good peice with appropriate feathering, and slap it into your champagne gradient. a transform here and some blending.there.. it's done.
You can see an example of this technique at:

you can find the filter at:

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