A photo of trout in a large aquarium tank was used as the basis for this Liquib scene.  First, numerous Clouds of various colors and sizes were added, mostly around the edges.  The Shine Tool was applied using the Polychromatic Method with Gradations set to 2.  Then the Wipe Tool was used with the Transparency Action to re-expose most of the fish.  Finally, the Relief Tool was applied with a low Intensity to give a slight impression of depth.  The Liquib Tools panel along the right edge of the screen contains buttons for Tools, Effects and other common functions.  The currently active Tool or Effect is indicated with red, underlined text.  In this case the Tools and Effects selection boxes have been minimized to provide more space.  The buttons can be pressed to select a different Tool or EffectTool/Effect Controls can optionally appear along the top of the screen to allow convenient adjustment of common parameters (Options screens are also available for each Tool and Effect when further configuration is needed).  Edit Tools along the bottom of the screen provide controls for manipulating images and Tiles.  All of these control panels can be toggled on/off.  A Popup Menu is also available to access all Liquib options.
Liquib Screen
The screen size was set to 1024 by 768 while creating this example.  However, the size of the source image was actually 2048 by 1536 -- when loaded it was scaled down so that it would display within the screen.  Because of that, the Upscale function could be used to recreate this same scene at the scale of the original image, 2048 by 1536.  Also, because Script Record was enabled while producing this picture, Play could be used to replay the sequence of manipulation actions that were applied, potentially using different source images!  (It would also have been possible with the Append History to Recorded option to store the Manipulation History as a Recorded Sequence, even if Record had not been activated.)  In this case, a Remake Script was automatically saved when the image was saved.  The action might also have been captured to a Video file or as a sequence of still images.  And it still can be!  By just activating Video Capture while the Script is being played back.