This tutorial was created 20th May 2003 using PSP8 and updated for PSP X9 22nd July 2017
©Copyright Artwork by EssexGirl
please do not copy it, or put it anywhere else without my written permission.
You will find links to filters/programs used in this
Filters and programs used in this tutorial :-
Some images have been made smaller to shorten file size
Screen sizes are much larger than when this tutorial was first
Open the 'golden_goblet' preset.
Go to Effects...Reflection Effects...Rotating
You can get variations in the final result by adjusting
Go to View...Grid...to turn on the grid
The sinedots should just fit into the bottom left
Use the Mover tool to position the sinedots image
Go to Layers...Merge...Merge Down... Then go to
The grid isn't needed any longer, so go to
Kaleidoscope settings :-
You can get many variations by experimenting with the
As another variation you could duplicate the 'copy
On the materials palette choose the colour, or gradient, that you want to use.
I used a gradient with these settings to colour this layer
I used the Flood Fill Tool to fill my sinedots image with the colours,
Repeat this step on the other sinedots layer (or layers).
Click the 'lock transparency' padlocks again to
Vertical offset=3, Horizontal offset=3,
Make the background layer (raster 1) active and flood
Go to Layers ...Merge...Merge All...
Here is another example using different kaleidoscope settings and colours.
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial.