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How to start a fire with Paint.NET

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imadnsn    0

This makes a good texture for the sun if their was no gradient and the clouds effect was with less scale (150) and more roughness (0.75)

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Beta0    61

I followed this tutorial many times. Though I'll be showing the newest result (so this reply won't be overloaded by thumbnails.)

 

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I do think this tutorial is. :]

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david.atwell    280

I entered in those exact setting, w/ gradient, and it won't seem to get the same effect as yours.

We can't really help you unless you post your result so we can see what went wrong.

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skullbonz    355

Yes it is very cool. Don't know how I missed this one but here's my first go at it.   :)

 

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And I made this out of that.

 

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Hello,

How are you?

New to curves. How did you get the three lines inside it, I can only get one line or is it called a spline? please tell me how you did that. I unchecked the green and red in RGB mode and went to adjust the curve and all it would do was one spline only it would not allow for anything else and I tried plugin called curves + Same thing only one spline.

any help appreciated thanks

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Ego Eram Reputo    1,688

In the box at the top of the Curves dialog, change the setting from Luminosity to RGB.  The three lines RGB are overlaid in this image.  Select only one checkbox to move just that color channel.

 

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RyanH1984    3

Here's my attempts at making fire. First one is flames with water, the second one is just flames. (Hope I didn't violate any old thread bump rules)

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pdnnoob    257

(Hope I didn't violate any old thread bump rules)

Nope. It checks out:

11) Don't reply to very old threads....However, this rule does not apply to The Overflow, Tutorials, Pictorium, or Plugins sections of the forum.

Nice work on the fire!

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