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TR's Contour Filler V1.5.1 Dec 18 2013

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TechnoRobbo's Contour Filler V1.5.2


 A gradient fill plugin that follows the contour of the Alpha Channel


 


Make sure to deselect before using.


Larger images take longer to render.


Choose from smooth (zero slices) and stepped gradient


 


Version 1.5.2 minor code cleanup


Version 1.5.1 My apologies uploaded wrong version


Version 1.5 has a smoothing component and new high speed code.


Version 1.1 Updated for Paint.net 4.0


 


Menu:


Effects -> Color


ContourFillerMenu.png?raw=1


 


Text Demo



 


Bolt.png?raw=1


 


 


Drip.png?raw=1


 


Quick Example on you Tube



music by TechnoRobbo


 


CHAPLIN


 


chaplin.png?raw=1


 


frog.png?raw=1


 


Bogey1


https://www.dropbox.com/s/ioixkivgokaox9s/Bogart.png?raw=1


 


The VS Source Code


 


 


The Plug-In


 


TRsContourFiller.zip


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Should this be Contour Filler or Color Filler?  The *.dll name doesn't match the thread title.

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EER

 

You are absolutely right . I changed the name in the header from Color Filler to Contour Filler because Color Filler wasn't descriptive. But I forgot to change the name of the C# file.

 

DLL name has been fixed

 

I posted the Source Code in the OP (Original Post).

 

posted a better tutorial too.

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All features of the Plugin - now work with 3.511 and 4.0 

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I've been experimenting using your contour filter to put shading on objects (text mostly) before using clipwarp. I'm pleased with the results - it emphasises the corners well.

Very useful plugin for me - thanks!

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No! You made then glass & then photographed it surely?!

 

What amazing results!

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A very good example of a highly useful plugin Red. Downloaded for future creations :)

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TR, BBQ, EER, NN - glad you liked it. :)

 

Off topic (sorry TR) : I'm currently updating clipwarp - already sorted out the 'smoothing' and made some of the controls easier to understand - I will write a full tutorial very soon.

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Red,

You inspired me to add a smoothing slider to the Effect. I kept the other controls the same so it won't mess up you tutorial.

Since the Effect is based on TR's EFX's contour mapping , I optimized the speed and code for optimum speed. Checkout the code, it's cool.

(Fezzes are cool - The Doctor , LockBits is cool - TR)

 

To All

Version 1.5.1 has been uploaded.

I added a new tutotial video for working with text.

 


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Version 1.5.1 My apologies uploaded wrong version 

 

Make sure you have 1.5.1 not 1.5.0

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Good work with the smoothing slider

(Had a quick look at the smudger 'lockbits' code yesterday - very impressed!)

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Good to see you all inspiring each other. In the end we are all winners.

 

Just look at some of these examples! Stunning work Red! Agree with TR on the stamped copper for sure.

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Interesting plug-in and a top example Red. Very effective B)

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Thank You Barbie and Drew, 

 

Uploaded new video Demo - needed music. 

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TechnoRobbo!

 

Thank you so much! My Paint.Net Version 3.5.11

 

 

 

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Thank you for all your trouble TechnoRobbo  :star:  :star:  :star:

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