Create a simple style as shown in section 2.2 "Create a Simple Style with a single filter" and select a second style from the Styles tab. We have selected the Texturized from Building Blocks - Simple Styles. Decide whether to add this second style before or after the first style that you applied and then drag and drop the style into the highlighted area of the layer as shown below.
The layer's name will be updated with the new style/filter's name inserted. Styles that are dropped either before or after the previous style do not create new layers. The new style appears in line with the previous one on a single layer like links in a chain. The order of the styles in the processing pipeline can affect the image’s result so experiment with placing a style before or after another to see what effect the order has on your image.
The Texturizer filter is usefull to add a canvas effect to your image. This will give a more natural look to your final result. You can choose to apply one of the 6 presets from the Properties+Preview pane, but you can also browse for the other textures that have been inserted into PostworkShop 3. Please note that it is not yet possible to install new textures from your own computer. Adjust the Texturizer's properties if needed.
Note: also see section 6.3.1 "Quick key combinations in the Compositing view" to add styles quickly and efficiently.
The final result will be:
You can add as many styles as you want, before or after the already applied styles. For example, we have here added a Mosaic filter after the Random Painter + Texturizer.
If - like in this case - you do not like the effect the new style gives to your image, you can delete them from the Properties+Preview pane by selecting the filter/style and clicking the trash can icon in the lower right corner. The filter/style will be immediately deleted and the other styles' properties will not be changed.
You can now download the PostworkShop project file of this tutorial by clicking here.