Or you could try this:
On Sat, Feb 27, 2016 at 9:19 PM, Steve Kinney <ad...@pilobilus.net> wrote:
> On 02/27/2016 07:44 AM, brendan c mullally wrote:
> > Hi,
> > So I’m really into crating works by using a mirror/reflection app called
> ‘Mirror Effect.’ This app allows one to merge reflected images seamlessly,
> and VERY QUICKLY.
> > I love using the app, but I loose tons of pixels in the transfer, and I
> have not been able to find any software that will allow me to do this so
> simply and quickly.
> > Before trying to answer my question or offer advice, please take a look
> at one of these reflection merging apps can do.
> If it was me I think I would rectangle select the area I wanted to
> make into a 'reflection', copy it, and paste it into the image as a
> new layer. Then I would do Layer > Transform > Flip vertically.
> There's a 'reflection', that can be moved up or down and scaled on
> its vertical axis (if desired) to fit where you want it in the
> image. If transparency is wanted, add a layer mask to the
> reflection layer and fill it with a white-to-black vertical
> gradient; note that you can go outside the layer with the gradient
> to get partial fading as needed.
> Not "one click" fast but not at all time consuming, and you get the
> exact reflection you want, with GIMP-quality scaling and etc. in the
> finished product. Plus you can edit your saved XCF file if you need
> to adjust the reflection effect later on.
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