This script will turn any line drawing you can make into a gel paint, with or without glitters. You can choose the amount of glitters, and the color. You can use a line drawing or a solid shape, in which case the script will just use the outline.
This is perfect to add a handmade look to a project with a color that will match everything.
If you prefer something more regular, use a preset shape and you can use the outline only too.
Get this script in the store: Glitter Gel.
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Each element was hand drawn. For the flower and the umbrella, i ran the script on the two parts separately. To make the color a bit brighter, i simply selected outside the gel part with the Magic wand, inverted the selection, contracted the selection by 1 pixels, and flood filled with a solid color on a new layer that was placed below.
For the umbrella, i used almost the same steps, except that i selected the whole area of the umbrella instead of just the gel part.
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