skullbonz

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skullbonz last won the day on May 22 2015

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About skullbonz

  • Birthday 12/10/1954

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    Vermont
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    I used to have a bunch of interest's until I found Paint.Net. Haven't been away from the computer more than a couple hours since.
    I have a son and daughter with three beautiful grandaughters,pdn has helped me make some fantastic backgrounds and frames for their pictures.
  1. One man designed, built and maintains this program, a man with a real life who does not spend every waking hour catering to the whims of every crackpot idea that comes along. Oh ya, did I mentioned he does it all for free ?
  2. The windows snipping tool saves as png
  3. Customising the Toolbar

    Isn't that what File/ Save As already does ? I know it takes a lot of effort to select which type of file you would like to save it as with so many being available but it's so easy even a cave man can do it. smh
  4. Highlighting edges

    I have to ask, Is it your credit card ?
  5. How to hide the toolbar?

    Some of us aren't keyboard artists and do just fine the way it is.
  6. How to make a porcupine?

    Red Ochre's Fur Blur might help you out.
  7. Fading out an image horizontally

    How about TR's Edge Fader Extreme (EFX) ?
  8. Try Pyrochild's Grid Warp ; http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?showtopic=25327
  9. Turn a head

    Or if you have the face on it's own layer you can go to the Layers tab and use, Flip Horizontal
  10. Skullbonz Art Gallery - May, 5th- Train Set and more

    Thank you Disgruntled1, I'm addicted to that plugin. Thank you Red, I too love that smell. Thank you Seerose, I'm really enjoying it. Thank you Lynxter, did you ever take any pictures of your father's train set? A friend suggested I put the skull on the mountain because of my online name. At first I didn't think it would fit in but after coating it with plaster and adding color it blended in. I now call it Mt. Skullmore
  11. You can already do this as long as you don't need them all in the same project at once. Just open each one instead of adding as another layer and the thumbnails all line up across the top. Then all you have to do is click whichever one you want to work on. I like this better because it doesn't clutter up the work space.
  12. Skullbonz Art Gallery - May, 5th- Train Set and more

    I haven't posted anything to my gallery for awhile so I missed your comments, sorry and thank you. I added a photo of my newest pastime and retirement hobby, my train set. I've been collecting HO train parts since I was 14 years old and always said I would build it when I retire. Here is one picture of where I started adding some scenery. I still have a long way to go. Scroll through the photobucket album and you'll see the progress. I also added a few more space pictures I made.
  13. A work around that might work for you would be to flip the image vertically and then horizontally, do the twist and then flip it back to the original position.
  14. You can please some of the people some of the time but not all of the people all of the time. If it defaulted to percentage size there would be people who prefer it defaulted to absolute size. It's not like it takes more than a second or two to change it,lol.
  15. Another easy way to change the looks of a photo without plugins in paint.net is to duplicate it and play with the blending modes on the top layer.