TFanel

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  1. When I do it, it looks like I only drew a line. I don't understand what I'm doing, incorrectly.
  2. Awesome! I think I understand. I'll be playing around with this. It's much appreciated. Paint.NET is awesome! I just hate that I've only been using it to resize images, for all this time. It's capable of doing so much. It's like I've been using a gladiator's sword as a letter opener. Thanks, Eli!
  3. Please describe how you did that.
  4. I'm having a very difficult time with making those dissection lines. Not quitting.
  5. OMG. This plugin is like magic. Awesome job!
  6. Make a Gold Encased Bottle.

    You all are all pros.
  7. Just did it, and with some additional touching up! Great tutorial! Thanks! As you can see, I still need practice. I destroyed at least her arm and thumb, by mistake. Do you guys/gals use a stylus for this, or just a mouse? My control with the mouse, in regards to GFX, is lackluster, at best. Original Image: Edited Image:
  8. I was thinking the same -- that it's likely a false positive, and for the same reasons. This is a new computer, and generally I tend to not open anything with more than 2 A/V finds. The installer was rescanned, by me, using VT, and it was using the official installer download from the site at the beginning of this thread. This seems like a good community that wouldn't have users uploading malicious code, but again, this is a new computer, so everything I do, is on eggshells.
  9. Is there another Drop Shadow .dll available? I really don't want to use this one, as it's infected. Vandermotten.PaintDotNetEffects.zip returns this: https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/a2686de5f6b75156c62164079619d35022a2748b4f266bedf8c9f1f63b3395e8/analysis/1479009922/
  10. Open the image Duplicate the layer. Top layer: Press F4. Change the Blend Mode to Multiply (enhances colors) Change the Opacity to 150 (reduces severity of enhanced colors). Merge top layer down (= one layer) Duplicate the single layer Top layer: Effects > Photo > Sharpen+ Amount:40, Radius:100 Top Layer: Effects > Blurs > Gaussian Blur @ 1. Top Layer: Press F4 Change Blend Mode to Darken. Change Opacity to 218. Merge top layer down (= one layer) Duplicate the layer. Top layer: Press F4. Change Blend Mode to Screen. Change Opacity to 100. Merge top layer down (= one layer) Duplicate the layer. Top layer: Effects > Color > Metalize Angle of Start:335, Type:0, Uncheck Grayscale, RGB Top layer: Press F4. Change Blend Mode to Screen. Change Opacity to 100. Merge top layer down (= one layer) Layer: Effects > Blurs > Gaussian Blur @ 1. Duplicate the layer. Top Layer: Effects > Blurs > Smoothe. Top Layer: Effects > Blurs > Smoothe. Top layer: Press F4. Change Opacity to 75. Merge top layer down (= one layer) I've added a few more steps and very satisfied with the results! Here it is:
  11. I started with that, but made a few modifications to better suit my liking. Thanks for the pointer to such a good recommendation. It's officially my first attempt at doing something semi-advanced, with PDN! I'm excited! So here's what that post says: Open the image Duplicate the layer. Top layer: Press F4. Change the Blend Mode to Multiply (enhances colors) Change the Opacity to around 135 (reduces severity of enhanced colors). Merge top layer down (= one layer) Duplicate the single layer Top layer: Effects > Artistic > Oil Painting BS:2, C:78 Top Layer: Effects > Blurs > Gaussian Blur @ 3. Press F4 Change Blend Mode to Darken. Change Opacity to around 216. Merge top layer down (= one layer) And here's what I did, to get the effect I like: Open the image Duplicate the layer. Top layer: Press F4. Change the Blend Mode to Multiply (enhances colors) Change the Opacity to 150 (reduces severity of enhanced colors). Merge top layer down (= one layer) Duplicate the single layer Top layer: Effects > Photo > Sharpen+ Amount:40, Radius:100 Top Layer: Effects > Blurs > Gaussian Blur @ 1. Top Layer: Press F4 Change Blend Mode to Darken. Change Opacity to 218. Merge top layer down (= one layer) Duplicate the layer. Top layer: Press F4. Change Blend Mode to Screen. Change Opacity to 100. Merge top layer down (= one layer) So far, that gives me the following: Original Image: Then... New Image: This is still a work in progress. I'm just seeing what all I can do before adding the dissection lines.
  12. dpy's Plugin Pack (2014-05-04)

    Metalize looks awesome! Thanks
  13. I found another. hxxps://www.behance.net/gallery/Cyborg-Girl/277686 I really like how people create the lines on the body, to give it that "cyborg look". I'm not sure about how they're doing it, but I'm determined to find out.
  14. I found a photoshop tutorial that details what I was thinking about. I'm going to see if I can come close to doing this with Paint.NET Here is a more in-depth description of what I'm hoping to achieve: hxxp://icanbecreative.com/article/female-cyborg-photoshop-tutorial/ Hopefully such things are possible.
  15. Sorry for the double-post, but I just wanted to acknowledge my favorites, from you: http://s366.photobucket.com/user/TEA_BONZ/media/Skull Album/skull-7-b_zps020de56e.png.html http://s366.photobucket.com/user/TEA_BONZ/media/paint dot net edits/330-c_zpsd7oppnsa.png.html http://s366.photobucket.com/user/TEA_BONZ/media/Space/472-b_zpst1hwvhhl.png.html I would seriously frame them and hang them on my walls, if they were oiled.