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Glass Text with Filling

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Could you fix the op please?

 

 

OK - I give up :|  What's does op mean exactly?

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Op = original post or original poster. I think Dexus would like the images restored in the first post.

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I think images are back now? At least I see them now again, had to renew my Photobucket subscription :).

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Ran across this tut while browsing the forum.

 

Easy to understand and the result, I think, is fantastic!   :star:  :star:  :star:  :star:  :star:

 

Here's my attempt...

 

Lynxster_glass_02_teal_rainbow_zps80xirs

 

I replaced the gray background with a radial rainbow and set the opacity to about 110, so as not to overwhelm the text.

 

Great job!

Edited by lynxster4
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Brief, effective, beautiful outcomes and easy to follow! appl.gif

 

Glass_Text_with_Filling_tutorial_test.jp

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Seerose, those color literally explode from the screen. :)

 

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3 minutes ago, Eli said:

Seerose, those color literally explode from the screen. :)

 

 

@Dear Eli! <3

 

I love colours. B) Thank you so much for the nice comments.  :cake:  :coffee:

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Great image Seerose! The colors are fantastic!

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On 28.9.2016 at 2:36 AM, Woodsy said:

Great image Seerose! The colors are fantastic!

 

@Dear Woodsy!  :star:

 

Thank you all for your kind thoughts.  :cake:  :coffee:

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Posted (edited)

Been playing around with this for a while, and decided to try it on a Lamborghini Gallardo. :P Didn't turn out too badly methinks.

P.S. Sorry if image doesn't work; never posted one before.

Lambo2.pdn

Edited by electrohock777
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Nice result @electrohock777.  Welcome to PDN :D.  A few pointers:

 

1.  When you have completed your work you can save it in PDN format for editing, but you also can Flatten and 'Save To'  .png (or gif - but .png is better).

 

2.  You then need to upload the finished work to an outside host - like Photobucket or Imgur.

 

3.  Copy the IMG link from the above host(s) and then copy that code into your post on here.  Then we can see the image without having to download your PDN.

 

Hope to see more work from you :).

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<3 @electrohock777

 

Hi  welcome to the Paint.Net forum, have fun. :cake: :coffee: 

Auto picture very beautiful. Thank you so much.

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Nice Lambo @electrohock777!  You need to flatten and 'save as'...like Pixey said....then we can all enjoy your wonderful picture.  :)

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