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Hi guys
I hope someone can help me with my issue

I have a photo of pool and a photo of foil /sample in attachment

I would like to make that foil all around the pool , par of foil is already on picture and i want to make that foil all around the pool with sample given in attachment

I would like if somebody can help me either with theory or some video tutorial that can help me to make that

Its really important for me so I hope someone can help me

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Hi @Sika,

Welcome to the forums. 

You can use the Selection brush tool to mask the areas you want to wrap in that blue foil. Then, create a mask from it. Use the mask on the foil layer. Change the blending mode if needed to match the scene. 

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Thanks,

Gabe. 

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GabrielM's way certainly is pretty good. You can also do it the fun* (overkill) way, if you want to do it my way xD made a short video for it; I don't typically use my mic so sorry about that.

Feel free to take this as far as you want. Before the last step (removing the live projection) you can do as much detailing as you want. You can add in little creases, you can draw with the paint brush, etc. Just do whatever you need to do to make it blend in (I had to keep the video short because my the longer the video, the longer the upload on my slow internet). 

I don't know if you need this technique for this relatively simple problem, but this is useful stuff to know if you plan on doing more advanced things like this. Good luck!

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5 hours ago, HuniSenpai said:

GabrielM's way certainly is pretty good. You can also do it the fun* (overkill) way, if you want to do it my way xD made a short video for it; I don't typically use my mic so sorry about that.

Feel free to take this as far as you want. Before the last step (removing the live projection) you can do as much detailing as you want. You can add in little creases, you can draw with the paint brush, etc. Just do whatever you need to do to make it blend in (I had to keep the video short because my the longer the video, the longer the upload on my slow internet). 

I don't know if you need this technique for this relatively simple problem, but this is useful stuff to know if you plan on doing more advanced things like this. Good luck!

OMG man thank you very much this will be usefull !I really apreciate your work and that you have given your time to help me , really thank you man !
 

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