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  1. 7 points
    As requested here: https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/112938--/ Dimensions Effects > Render > Dimensions Description Render dimension arrows on your canvas. This will NOT measure anything and will NOT convert pixel length to another unit of length. Until I add this to my plugin pack, download here: Download Save to your desktop, unzip files to your desktop and run the installer batch file. Source Code: (This was a quick hack, mostly cobbled together from other plugins, and the code is ugly. You have been warned.) Versions: 1.2 7/1/2018 Fixed a bug where it would clear the canvas when OK was clicked. 1.1 7/1/2018 Text surrounded by transparency instead of white. 1.0 6/30/2018 Initial Release.
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    I've been doing some modelling. No, no. making models, not catwalks (although I think I'm good looking enough to make millions 😁) Here's the first one I've finished. It stands about 200mm tall (28mm scale for all you RPG geeks out there). It is entirely constructed out of little plaster bricks I make from molds purchased from Hirst Arts. The painting is my own. Yes I've improved since then. A few more photos can be found here: https://postimg.cc/gallery/hlhn5gx0/
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    I hope a Sand Castle counts? (With my nephew in the Seychelles)
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    Some time ago I used Paint.net to make a paper pyramid. The angles gave me a headache.
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    This is my first tutorial on how to make a deep-fried meme. Find out more about deep-fried memes here: http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/deep-fried-memes You will need the following plugins: Camera Trouser Flare by Stuart Radforth Overblur by John "Red Ochre" Robbins Curves+ by Zach "Pyrochild" Walker For this tutorial I will use this image: Step one: Run Overblur and crank the overblur all the way to the right. This will sharpen the image. Then set the blur radius to 5. Repeat with a radius of 1. (You may need to adjust the last radius depending on how big the image is) Step two: Open Curves+ and choose the "Hot" preset. (This image had to be optimized, but it's alright.) Step three (optional): Use Camera Trouser Flare and position the flares over the eyes to make it look dank. For this tutorial I will use the "Blue" type. This tutorial is over. I hope you like it, cause then you'll have finally learned how to deep fry images. Thanks!
  6. 4 points
    Thank you, everyone! --- Continuing onward with the space theme, here's one I've wanted to illustrate for some time now, some technicians repairing an antenna on another planet. https://www.deviantart.com/blastwaves/art/Outpost-34-753347111
  7. 4 points
    I'd say this is rather whimsical - a cat in a cup - both made with PDN
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    I'm not one to re-hash old images but I kept wondering if I could make my Angelfish shape more realistic. Remember this one from Sept. 2016? Of course, I was going for a glass look here. So I started tinkering, and, yes, I used @MJW's wonderful HeightMap plugins and came up with this: Not too bad I think. What does everyone else think? 😃
  9. 4 points
    Version posted. Just a few bugfixes. See first post.
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    Wishing you a lovely Birthday @lifeday Hope your day is filled with happiness
  11. 3 points
    Just fooling around with various Plugins and lo and behold ............. cats
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    Version 1.4 posted. This adds a built-in Russian Translation, and defaults the Font dropdown to Arial.
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    Version 1.2 posted. I've added support for the Dark Theme, and moved it to the 'Tools' menu. Feel free to enlarge the canvas before running the plugin. I think that's the simplest solution.
  16. 3 points
    This plugin displays and reorients equirectangular images. Equirectangular images are panoramic views, which represent a complete spherical image in longitude-latitude format. The plugin is (perhaps not too sensibly) in the Height Map menu. The plugin DLL (version 1.0.0): Equirectangular Viewer.zip The Help menu description: Equirectangular Viewer projects an equirectangular image onto the canvas, as if viewed through a window, and also allows the orientation of an equirectangular image to be changed. Normally the width of an equirectangular projection is twice the height, but any image will be scaled to cover the entire sphere The controls are: Mode: Specifies the result to display in the canvas. When View Equirectangular Image is selected, the portion of the image within the field of view will be projected onto the canvas. When Transform Equirectangular Image is selected, the image will be transformed into a new equirectangular image, with a different orientation. Get Image From Clipboard: When selected, the image will be taken from the clipboard instead of the canvas. Position Specifies View Center: When this option is disabled, moving the View Position control causes the image to move in the same direction. When this option is enabled, the position of the control indicates the location in the image to position at the center of the canvas. View Position: Specifies the position of the sphere represented by the equirectangular image. View Rotation: Specifies a counterclockwise rotation angle, in degrees. The rotation is centered at the center of the canvas. Field of View: In viewing mode, specifies the angular field of view, measured relative to the canvas diagonal. Sphere Nearness: In viewing mode, specifies the distance to the sphere represented by the equirectangular image. When zero, the sphere is at infinity. Larger values move the sphere closer. Antialias: Specifies that antialiasing should be used. Antialias Quality: Specifies the number of samples in each direction per pixel. The total number of samples per pixel is this value squared. Equirectangular images are widely available on the Internet. Here is a small example: This plugin may or may not be useful to anyone. I wrote it mostly to give myself better insight into some aspects of equirectangular images. The Position Specifies View Center control was added because I wanted the default action of the control to match the similar control in the Texture Shader, but it's sometime useful for the control to specify the region of the map to be located at the center of the final image.
  17. 3 points
    To You... For those long winded trouble shooting messages with tech support Just sending you a quick note: Your Fumble Savant
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    Absolutely beautiful in every way. Perfect imagery, perfect harmonies, perfect guitar.
  19. 3 points
    July Update Just the one new plugin this month.....just as well it's another excellent one from MJW 😉 Equirectangular Viewer MJW Displays and reorients equirectangular images (panoramic views, which represent a complete spherical image in longitude-latitude format).
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    @Pixey Thank you! That must have been quite the trip! @LionsDragon In a way it is! But it's more of a robot spider/crab. Inspired somewhat by the Tachikomas from Ghost in The Shell. @Seerose Thank you very much! @lynxster4 Thank you for your kind words! --- With the recent talk of creating a US Space Force™ dedicated specifically to space based operations, I felt inspired to make a scene of something that we'll perhaps see in the distant future. https://blastwaves.deviantart.com/art/Homecoming-751119402
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