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  3. Hi @dirty dan Welcome to the forum Here's my suggestion Take your original photo. Duplicate it three times Bottom layer additive Middle layer additive Run Artistic/Color sketch on top layer Duplicate that layer three times Top - Overlay 2nd - Color dodge 3rd - Difference 4th Normal Here's what you get Move your original image from second last position to 2nd position (Multiply layer) and you get better colorization
  4. Try this: - Open image (It helps if the image is a jpg format.) - Effects > Photo > Sharpen (Amount 20) Click OK. - Ctrl+F (Repeat until it looks like the photo above.)
  5. You know how a lot of ghetto memes like the one below feature extremely distorted, noisy graphics? I'm trying to reproduce that. Suggestions?
  6. About ten years ago we did that "by hand"
  7. This and the last were in png.
  8. Try this: 1. open the image 2. activate the rectangle select tool 3. Drag out a selection around the part of the image you want 4. Press Ctrl and Shift and X at the same time. 5. File > Save as... and save the image as a PNG by selecting the PNG extension from the dropdown list - don't type it in. Does that work?
  9. The example was made with elypse and the rest with normal square selection. i made an example of what weird it is for every single pixel. When that thing is looking up, then its at it's backhead.
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  11. Related: It does not solve the problem of different rotations/orientations though.
  12. What tool are you using? Please give me a step-by-step guide to what you're doing.
  13. Google Slides - the cloud version of Powerpoint. Edit and show them from anywhere there is an internet connection.
  14. My guess is there's no remotely easy way to do what you want to do. I think it would help, though, if you showed a version with a number of the elements you want to modify. Seeing a single element, out of context, makes what you are trying to do unclear. Handling each element in relation to the surrounding region seems to me to be a major part of the problem. Also, are all the pixels in all the elements to be shifted the same direction? You say the pixels are shifted right, but is that actually so? Are they shifted right, or are they shifted right and down, in the direction the gradient changes? From the single-element image, I can't tell. Are the "elements" always gradients, as in the example, where the boundary is defined by the point at which they're white, or are they defined in some other fashion? Perhaps if you explained why you want to do this, the method to achieve it would be clearer.
  15. This time i tried to crop a part of your avatar, but it looks weird. You might see it, when u have it downloaded... xD
  16. I think that will do. Thanks a lot.
  17. If you want to make a Slideshow with image files, the IrfanView program can do that.
  18. Yup - and it's the 2nd time I've done this with this Plugin - as it has two 'dlls
  19. I think Pyro's Gridwarp is probably your best bet?... or read up on BoltBait's codelab tutorials and post on the developers central thread.
  20. Hello everyone. I would like to know if there is any plugin that allows me to make a slide presentation using Default windows program does it with black ground (I want white) and I cannot control the time beetween one slide and the other. Powerpoint is no good too, as I use very different sizes of images at the same presentation. Thanks in advance
  21. *Wavy Squares? No! The background of concentric circles makes the squares appear distorted. *Three Streams. Apparent movement of the streams is created by afterimages as our eyes shift to examine the picture.
  22. Hard To Find Two friends Monty and Jonty were sitting in a park and drinking beer. Monty said “I think I’m going to divorce my wife – she hasn’t spoken to me in over 6 months.” Jonty sips his beer and says, “You better think it over – women like that are hard to find.” =========================== Money Wasted A man walks into a bar and asks the Bartenders , ‘Was I in here last night?’ ‘You certainly were,’ replies the Bartenders . ‘And did I spend a lot of money?’ ‘You spent over £100’, replies the Bartenders . ‘Thank god for that,’ says the man, ‘I thought I’d wasted it.’ =========================== Spit in Beer A guy walks in a bar, and buys a huge beer. Then he sees someone he knows, and decides to go and say hi to them, but he does not want to drag his beer mug with him. So he sets it on a table, along with a note “I spit in this beer” hoping that no one will steal it then. Upon return, he sees another note saying “Me too!” ========================== Hunting A Bird Two drunk men were out bird-hunting. Suddenly, one of them said,”Hey! I see two birds!” “Well, shoot then,”said the other man. “But which one do I shoot?” “Hmm…take another drink,”the other man said, handing him the bottle. “Hey! Now I see three!”exclaimed the man. “Good. Shoot the one in the middle.”
  23. Dear @lynxster4! I forgot to say: Simpson is my favorite.
  24. OMG! @AndrewDavid! Excellent animation. I have looked several times. Thank you so much.
  25. @barbieq25! Maple leaves incredibly beautiful. Thank you so much.
  26. Hi guys, a long time PDN user, first time poster. I need to automate a very specific kind of effect. What I want is to sort of displace the center of elements while stretching one side and contracting the other... Left is the original image, right is the processed one: The difference is that the centre of the original image has been shifted to the right. This image was processed manually so it's not precise, but it shows the general goal. I need a way to apply such a transformation to many elements. This is a small fraction of an actual data map that contains hundreds of such elements. The gradients can be different in orientation. It would be very problematic to do manually for each element, exactly because they are oriented randomly. Is there a plugin that may help me with this? If there is no such plugin, maybe someone can point me to how I can write my own?
  27. @barbieq25, I'm glad you're in a better place! Never underestimate relaxation. And WOW, I love those maple leaves!
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