The Works: A large collection of free plug-ins compatible with Corel Paint Shop Pro and Adobe Photoshop

The Works pack includes a wide variety of effects that you can use to create and modify images in Corel Paint Shop Pro. I used a photo of my wife’s beautiful cousin to demonstrate some of the various effects. Take a look below to see what is included.


Simply install the plug-ins to your Paint Shop Pro plug-in directory. If you are not sure how to do this please refer to this previous tutorial for more detailed instructions. The download is available at the bottom of this page.


This plugin for Paint Shop Pro turns your photo to black and white, then it allows you to either remove the black or the white value from the photo, using 6 different settings. I like using it to create masks. It is also fun creating surreal looking photo effects. For example, after you remove the white or black, copy the layer, and apply it on top of another image. (Free stock Surreal Background located here.)


Includes 20 different color adjustments and enhancements.


This includes 20 different edge effects. Great for creating “cartoon like” and other cool edge effects in  Corel Paint Shop Pro.


This is one of my favorite Paint Shop Pro plugins. It allows you to quickly create “scanline” effects on your images. There are 30 different effects included.


Includes 30 embossing effects.


Includes 15 filters to switch color combinations. This plug-in is fun to play around with, however, Corel Paint Shop Pro’s built-in Hue and Saturation tools are far superior.


Create easy color overlays. Includes 20 adjustable filters.


15 grain and mezzo effects.

More Information and Download Link Below


Jarrod Compton

Hi, welcome to Paintshopblog. Graphics editing in Paint Shop Pro is an addicting, but productive hobby of mine. I created this blog to archive, share, and help others using the knowledge I have gained. I am by no means an expert, nor a professional graphics artist. I consider myself nothing more than a dedicated Paint Shop Pro hobbyist. Hopefully the content and resources that I share here will be beneficial to some people. Contact me below if you have any questions or need additional support with a tutorial. Thanks for stopping by!

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