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On each of the dragon layers, make a new layer, change the mode to Overlay 100% and fill with 50% gray. Use the Dodge Tool to brighten some details on these parts.
Make a group for the dragon layers and add a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer to desaturate the dragon parts.
Create a Curves adjustment layer to brighten the dragon parts. On this layer mask, paint on two small parts on their middle and left to reduce the lightness there.
Make a new layer and use a small brush with the color #e5deda to paint more light on the end of the fringe and the top of these parts.
Open the armor image and take a small part at on the right leg to add to the waist of the model. Use Ctrl+T with the Warp mode to tweak this part to fit the body of the model.
Add a mask to this layer to remove the small part on the left.
Duplicate this layer twice and move them to the back to make a contour for the dress.
Make a group for these layers and add a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer within this group and change the Master settings:
Create a Curves adjustment layer to darken these parts a bit. On the layer mask, paint on the middle of the contour on the back to reduce the effect there.
Drag the nebula 1 image into our main canvas and use Ctr+T to enlarge it a bit to fit the size of the main document.
Add a mask to this layer to erase the middle around the model, leaving the effect visible subtly on the corners of the canvas and the bottom of the model's dress.
Make a Color Balance adjustment layer to change the color of the effect to fit the background.
Add a Curves adjustment layer to change the color and brighten the nebula effect . Paint on the top middle so it won't be affected by this adjustment layer.
Place the nebula 2 image onto our main canvas and use a layer mask to erase the middle part around the upper body of the model, leaving some dreamy effect on the bottom of her dress and the corners.
Create a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer and alter the Reds values: