arik-so

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About arik-so

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  1. WOW! That looks awesome
  2. great tutorial!
  3. What I meant, it's not built-in. And, it's not perfect. I find the feather plug-in better. By the way: does nobody want to actually try out this tutorial? I quite hope the result would be worth it.
  4. Thanks. And yes, you're right. What a pity it is, by the way, that the Paint.NET team hasn't made an own antialias plugin yet. It's one of the most essential tools to smooth images. But the feather plug-in is okay^^
  5. Not for an animation.
  6. Amazing. Real wheel. Splendid reflection. The shadow doesn't look too realistic, though.
  7. Ever tried reading the tutorial posting guidelines? Would be useful :wink:
  8. Looks good :wink: The drink isn't aligned very well, though. :idea:
  9. Great job! Looks ... cute
  10. Amazing stuff, yellowman. Really. :o
  11. No problem , you're welcome Thanks for the comments, folks!
  12. @nanettealsop: I think you maybe just miss the part where it says, "Now skip to Part 2". But I'm not sure. Maybe you could upload the image of the PDN history window. PS: I've uploaded the XML now.
  13. Tell me, where exactly does the egg stop being like the like my given screenshots? Very clearly, it's a rendering problem. When you apply those values in Shape3D, you must make sure EVERYTHING is like in the image. And you know what? I'm gonna upload the egg XML for Shape3D in a zip-file. I dare hope I won't have to integrate a MiniTut on how to use XML files for Shape3D, but that you will figure it out yourself. If anyone fails to load the XML however, I will gladly share this knowledge :wink: By the way: despite your egg lacking lighting, it looks pretty interesting. I daresay amazing @zephyros: nice chocobo egg !
  14. ah, just keep trying, mate
  15. I think, that despite this point, the picture still won't have different depth layers