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  1. Pixey

    SOTW#162 - Topic - Art Nouveau.

    100% PDN
    11 Points
  2. Red ochre

    Flourish, swirls, spirals (new 6th Feb '17)

    Name:Flourish Description:Renders double spiral shapes Keywords:Spirals, Archimedean spirals, Logarithmic spirals, f hole, treble clef, curve, calligraphy, tendril, leaf, swirls Menu: Render Original release date:5th February 2017 Author: Red ochre (John Robbins) .dll name: Flourish Compatability:Tested on Pdn 3.5.11 and Pdn 4.0.12 Flourish.zip Updated 12th Feb 2017 - added a control for how the width changes along the length - see screen shot below The examples below are probably better than any description I can give. There are some 'oddities' in the way Windows (G.D.I.+) fills and outlines shapes like this. If that is a problem reduce the width so that lines do not overlap and/or reduce the outline width. Please do post examples of images made using 'Flourish'.
    10 Points
  3. lynxster4

    Lynxster4's Art Gallery-**Enameled Brooch-NEW**

    Here is a variation of my SOTW #162 entry (Art Nouveau); an 'enameled' brooch. Hope you all enjoy it!
    10 Points
  4. BoltBait

    Temperature / Tint Adjustment

    Due to a request here: http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/111023-need-color-temperature-control-equivalent-to-windows-live-photo-gallery/ I created a Temperature / Tint Adjustment plugin. It is found under the Adjustment menu. User Interface: Algorithm: This is where I found the algorithm that I used: http://www.tannerhelland.com/5675/simple-algorithms-adjusting-image-temperature-tint/ Here you can visualize the sliders overlaid on the standard color wheel: CodeLab Script: // Name: Temperature/Tint // Submenu: Adjustment // Author: BoltBait // Title: BoltBait's Temperature/Tint v1.3 // Version: 1.3 // Desc: Adjust the Temperature or Tint of a photograph // Keywords: Temperature|Tint // URL: http://BoltBait.com/pdn #region UICode IntSliderControl Amount1 = 0; // [-20,20] Temperature IntSliderControl Amount2 = 0; // [-20,20] Tint CheckboxControl Amount3 = false; // [0,1] Preview original image #endregion private byte Clamp2Byte(int iValue) { if (iValue < 0) return 0; if (iValue > 255) return 255; return (byte)iValue; } unsafe void Render(Surface dst, Surface src, Rectangle rect) { for (int y = rect.Top; y < rect.Bottom; y++) { if (IsCancelRequested) return; ColorBgra* srcPtr = src.GetPointAddressUnchecked(rect.Left, y); ColorBgra* dstPtr = dst.GetPointAddressUnchecked(rect.Left, y); for (int x = rect.Left; x < rect.Right; x++) { ColorBgra CurrentPixel = *srcPtr; if (!Amount3) { CurrentPixel.R = Clamp2Byte(CurrentPixel.R + Amount1); // Temperature CurrentPixel.B = Clamp2Byte(CurrentPixel.B - Amount1); // Temperature CurrentPixel.G = Clamp2Byte(CurrentPixel.G + Amount2); // Tint } *dstPtr = CurrentPixel; srcPtr++; dstPtr++; } } } Download: Download as part of my plugin pack, here: http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/32048-v Support: This plugin is for paint.net 4.0.6+ If you are running Paint.NET 3.5.11, you can build your own copy using the CodeLab source above. You'll need to update the UICode region by replacing "IntSliderControl" with "int" and "CheckboxControl" with "bool". Or, if CodeLab scares you, download the 3.5.11 version here: http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/111031-temperature-tint-adjustment/&do=findComment&comment=527785
    9 Points
  5. Pixey

    Pixey's Gallery - Having A Ball.

    Thank you very much @Seerose . My latest attempt at a kitty portrait : It had to be a thumb as it's quite large.
    9 Points
  6. First piece of the year, 'Poppy', on the first page. Let me know what you think!
    9 Points
  7. AndrewDavid

    AndrewDavid˝s Creations with PaintDNet

    The first image I created proud enough to show off Interpret as you wish
    8 Points
  8. 8 Points
  9. lynxster4

    SOTW#162 - Topic - Art Nouveau.

    8 Points
  10. MJW

    Paste Warp+

    Paste Warp+ is an enhanced version of TechnoRobbo's Paste Warp plugin. It's in the Selection submenu. The primary enhancement is the ability to move and scale the clipboard image. Paste Warp+ also supports antialiasing and a number of clipboard tiling modes. The DLL: Paste Warp Plus.zip The UI: The Help Menu description: Paste Warp+ distorts the clipboard image horizontally and vertically to fit the current selection. It works best with convex selections, but will often work with nonconvex selections, depending on the shape of the selection and the type of distortion. The controls are: Clipboard Image: Specifies how pixels outside the clipboard boundaries are treated. Pixels outside the image range of the clipboard can be transparent, Clamped, Tiled, Alternately Tiled, or Brick Tiled. When Alternately Tiled is selected, the tile orientation is reversed for every other tile, so that the tiles match at the edges. The edge pixels are not repeated. When Brick Tiled is selected, every other row is offset by half the image width. The rows do not wrap from the top to the bottom. Clipboard Image Size: Increases or decreases the size of the clipboard image. Clipboard Image XY Proportion: Changes the XY proportion of the clipboard. Moving the control right increases the X size while decreasing the Y size. Moving the control left decreases the X size while increasing the Y size. Clipboard Image Offset: Moves the clipboard image relative to the selection. Clipboard Image Rotation: Specifies a counterclockwise rotation angle for the clipboard image, in degrees. Horizontal Distortion: Specifies the degree to which the image is distorted in the X direction to conform to the shape of the selection. Vertical Distortion: Specifies the degree to which the image is distorted in the Y direction to conform to the shape of the selection. Horizontal Skew: Specifies the degree to which the image is skewed left or right Vertical Skew: Specifies the degree to which the image is skewed up or down Antialias: Specifies that antialiasing should be used. Antialiasing will slow the effect, because many more points need to be processed. but will often significantly improve the results.. Antialias Quality: Specifies the number of samples in each direction per pixel. The total number of samples per pixel is this value squared. Note: Although Paste Warp+ uses the same distortion algorithm as TR's Paste Warp, the code is original.
    8 Points
  11. Seerose

    Seerose's Gallery-Kaleidoscope-2017

    8 Points
  12. MJW

    Black and White+

    Black and White+ is a simple plugin to convert an image to black and white. The primary additional option (that may or may not merit the "+") is the ability to specify the weights for each color channel. It's in the Adjustment menu. The plugin: BlackAndWhite+.zip The Help Menu description: Black and White+ converts a color image to a grayscale (or two-color) image. The controls are: Red Weight: The weight for the red channel when converting from color to brightness. Green Weight: The weight for the green channel when converting from color to brightness. Blue Weight: The weight for the blue channel when converting from color to brightness. Normalize Weights: When enabled, the Red, Green, and Blue Weights will be divided by their sum so that the total weight is one. Brightness: Increases or decreases the brightness. MIdpoint Adjustment: Increases or decreases the brightness of the center values while not affecting the lowest and highest values. Use Primary Color and Secondary Color: When enabled, the brightness will be used to interpolate between the Primary Color and the Secondary Color instead of black and white. Show Original Image: When enabled, the unmodified image will be displayed. The CodeLab code: The icon: Maximilian has a 3.5.11 version.
    8 Points
  13. ReMake

    Presets for Gradient Mapping

    Pyrochild wrote a marvelous Gradient Mapping plugin. However, its possibilities are uncovered not completely. I found some gradients at our Forums. Note: gradients for old version of a plugin (like MiguelPereira's Gradients) are incompatible with the new version and can lead to crash paint.net. Gradients.zip by MiguelPereira for new version Gradient Mapping. Contains 4 gradients: Lemony, Rainbow, Weird, and Weird2. Sarkut's Yellow Gold gives golden color to elements of your image. ThermalImage by natjo1986. It fades from purple to red or fading from cold then to hot. Pop_Art_Hope colors the image in PopArt style. I made some presets to stimulate usage of Gradient Mapping. Note: put in a folder Gradient Mapping only gradients necessary for you. At a large number of gradients, you can not see them all in the drop-down list of gradients. Simples.zip contains 14 different two-colored gradients. Chocolate.zip contains 9 different gradients of chocolate color. Fruity.zip contains 13 different gradients with fruit undertones. Golden.zip contains 9 different gradients of golden color. Metalls.zip contains 5 different gradients of shades of metal. Neon.zip contains 10 different gradients like a neon glow. Rainbow.zip contains 9 different gradients in rainbow tones. I hope to see your work with presets for Gradient Mapping. Open for itself the wonderful world of colors! To be continued...
    7 Points
  14. IRON67

    Artwork by IRON67

    I don't know exactly if there will be more than this first picture, but maybe it's still working. At the moment I'm really not so for new creations, but now and again I get fancy for gimmicks with PDN.
    7 Points
  15. Pixey

    Pixey's Gallery - Having A Ball.

    Having a play around with @MJW's Texture Merger ..............
    7 Points
  16. lynxster4

    Lynxster4's Art Gallery-**Enameled Brooch-NEW**

    A little bit of nostaglia....inspired by recent finds when doing some early 'spring cleaning'. Bless childhood memories!! Happy Valentine's Day Everyone!!
    7 Points
  17. IRON67

    Artwork by IRON67

    Okay ... just found another one from last december. Not really technically or artistic sophisticated. Rather has a private meaning.
    7 Points
  18. Maximilian

    Flourish, swirls, spirals (new 6th Feb '17)

    A most appropriate plugin for swirling eyebrows and mustaches on my cartoon-like artworks One trick that may work when drawing swirls (or lines in general) is fixing your sight on the finishing spot while you're drawing the line instead of trying to follow the whole trajectory of the line as you draw it. Perhaps the trick may also work when drawing with the mouse, though I've only tried it with pencil on paper
    7 Points
  19. Pixey

    Pixey's Gallery - Having A Ball.

    I've been playing with @MJW's Texture Merger. I actually started on something quite different and ended up with another Glass Perfume Bottle.
    7 Points
  20. dipstick

    SOTW#162 - Topic - Art Nouveau.

    I used a few plugins like Red Ochre's Contour.
    7 Points
  21. Pixey

    Object of the Fortnight #2 – Unshelled Walnut

    Took me ages to make this. 100% PDN.
    7 Points
  22. Seerose

    Seerose's Gallery-Kaleidoscope-2017

    7 Points
  23. Seerose

    What music are you listening to?

    6 Points
  24. AndrewDavid

    AndrewDavid˝s Creations with PaintDNet

    Learning - Learning - Learning
    6 Points
  25. Seerose

    Flourish, swirls, spirals (new 6th Feb '17)

    Dear Red Ochre! Thank you so much for the plugin. or Sorry! 3x
    6 Points
  26. LionsDragon

    SOTW#162 - Topic - Art Nouveau.

    La Foret Nouvelle (The New Forest)
    6 Points
  27. Ego Eram Reputo

    TileWorld

    Name: TileWorld Description: Tiles square regions of a loaded image onto the active layer using a point & click interface. Keywords: Tile | game | map Menu: Render Original release date: 22 January 2017 .dll name: TileWorld.dll Compatibility: Tested on Pdn 4.0.13 Righto. Nice easy plugin this one Load an image to use as a tile set. TileWorld divides it up into square regions which can be placed individually onto the active layer. Left click sets the active tile in place. Right click removes the tile under the mouse. Many thanks to my Beta testers @BoltBait, @Red ochre & @toe_head2001 Examples: Top of everybody's list - a BoltBait themed crossword! Yay! Create your own chessboard... How about a sudoku? Recreate the Red Ochre family plumbing! Or recreate your own little corner of the world.... Thanks to @Eli we have a slew of new options when pasting tiles. These transformations are shown on the active (semi transparent) tile when the mouse is in the tiling pane. Click the mouse wheel = rotate the active tile by 90 degrees clockwise. Mouse wheel up = flip top to bottom Mouse wheel down = flip left to right These options make it possible to quickly create new tile orientations on the fly. Download it here (until I put it in my plugin pack) >> TileWorld.zip
    6 Points
  28. LionsDragon

    SOTW#162 - Topic - Art Nouveau.

    Nouveau de Budgie--entirely Paint.Net because Steven Blue is a bit shy.
    6 Points
  29. wow64

    SOTW#162 - Topic - Art Nouveau.

    I made two The first one was sourced from here and the second from here.
    6 Points
  30. "Spyro Space" Effects used: Clouds + SpyroGraph + Noise = Sparkles
    6 Points
  31. Rickhum

    Rick Hum's Gallery

    Tuvm Shochi and Seerose. I haven't posted or checked in for ages cause I been busy. Paintwise I've been messing with animation. I dont know what I'm doing so it's a bit hit and miss. Here is a link to a little sample on Youtube. All done in Pdn and moviemaker. I'm still working out how to record myself so the sounds a bit basic.
    6 Points
  32. AndrewDavid

    AndrewDavid˝s Creations with PaintDNet

    lynxster4 deserves a place in my art gallery with this latest creation. Learning to use the add-ins a little better now using her shape. Did you know there is art buried in those bevels of yours lynster?
    5 Points
  33. LionsDragon

    LionsDragon's Gallery

    So my husband's godson/nephew is getting confirmed, and as one of his sponsors the Lion had to write a letter to him. (I'm not Catholic so I'm not sure what-all is involved here.) Anyway, Lion asked me to touch up some pictures and make some artwork for the cover. I'm quite proud of how the whole thing turned out, but since I don't have permission to post nephew's picture here's the background I made for the cover page: All PDN. Finished product has a cameo portrait of nephew with gold text.
    5 Points
  34. New version of plugin pack today. V46. Changes: Added Temperature / Tint Adjustment Updated Photo > Combined Adjustments
    5 Points
  35. OK, here is the final build, please test: http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/111031-temperature-tint-adjustment/ Located in the Effects > Photo menu.
    5 Points
  36. 5 Points
  37. Ishi

    What music are you listening to?

    @Seerose That is one of the must-have songs in my playlist along with other Archies songs. Just listening to another 60's tune. ♫♫
    5 Points
  38. IRON67

    Making a galaxy

    And because I just have nothing better to do and have come to the taste ... This time the stars in background are from a real Hubble image. The two Jets from the centre of the galaxy are made by the plugin "Slinky", then unsharped (Trueblur) and again with Local Noise - one above and one behind the galaxy.
    5 Points
  39. Rickhum

    Rick Hum's Gallery

    This a background I did for a flyer that will have txt printed on it. It's for an opera being performed by a community performance group and someone else does the txt. I was asked to provide a starscape with the photocopied faces coming out of clouds. The original is A3 @ 300 dpi which is big by my standards. That's like 26 MB compared to about 2 for the jpeg copy I've posted @ 250 dpi. I had to borrow my daughter's computer cause mine doesn't have enough memory and would have been problematic.
    5 Points
  40. Pixey

    SOTW#162 - Topic - Art Nouveau.

    5 Points
  41. Ego Eram Reputo

    Plugin Index

    February Update Seven new plugins this month, including one each from first time authors xod and Rapido. Enjoy! Average Object Color MJW Averages the colors of objects. Black and White+ MJW Adjustment which converts an image to black and white with the option of specifying the weight of each color channel. Clock Plugin xod Render a circular clock face. Many configurable options in very tall dialog. HIS Filetype Rapido Load and save HIS His image format (used for X-Ray flatpanels from PerkinElmer). Mandala NomBot Renders and rotate cardinal splines in color and with various brush settings. Texture Scaler MJW Utility to rescale height maps. TileWorld Ego Eram Reputo Uses a point & click interface to tiles square regions of a loaded image onto the active layer.
    5 Points
  42. ReMake

    What music are you listening to?

    In memory of the great Belarusian singer Alexander Tikhanovich.
    5 Points
  43. DrewDale

    [SOTW Discussion] Talk inside...

    Thank you all for your kind words. It means a lot to have such great support. Mum had a nice send off today with a lot of the family present. Sadly on monday 23rd of January I lost a niece at the tender age of 33. It goes without saying that the family is crushed. Not a good start to our year. I will return to host the comp in the near future, but not sure how soon. Once more, many thanks for the condolences. Those I have not yet rep'd I will give them when mine are refreshed again. Drew.
    5 Points
  44. Ishi

    Object of the Fortnight #2 – Unshelled Walnut

    New version, new entry.
    5 Points
  45. Ishi

    Object of the Fortnight #2 – Unshelled Walnut

    My first all 100% PDN artwork for a while. First PDN forum entry of mine this year. I'm more of a peanuts and cashews guy, have not touched a wallnut in several years since that doesn't grow here. Here's my experimental but I think it was OK for a first attempt.
    5 Points
  46. IRON67

    Artwork by IRON67

    Played around a little bit in the evening... My exploding eye.
    4 Points
  47. 4 Points
  48. Pixey

    What music are you listening to?

    I heard this on the car radio today ................. brings back so many memories .
    4 Points
  49. I made a new photochop: Too subtle?
    4 Points
  50. Rick Brewster

    Restoring earlier version

    You've been using 2.5? WOW that is old. November 26th, 2005, in fact ( http://www.getpaint.net/roadmap.html ) 4.0 does not work on XP. If FileHippo says that, then FileHippo is wrong. XP is dead. Dead dead dead dead dead. Please do not use it. You will get viruses, and I'd be surprised if your system isn't already compromised by them somehow. Windows 7 and 10 are really not that much different, I promise. It'll take a few weeks to get used to the visual differences, but it's really no big deal and it's worth it. Avoid Windows 8 and 8.1. Old versions of Paint.NET are not provided, and not supported in any way. The patch you want for 2.5 is called 4.0.13, aka "the latest version". It really is that simple! It may take some time to find all the plugins you want, but it's worth it.
    4 Points