TechnoRobbo

TR's Dodge and Burn (Blur and Sharpen)(Feb 25th, 2015) Re-Posted

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TechnoRobbo    1,149

Version 1.3.5+Ready for Download


A few more Red Ochre suggestions implemented


 


Stippling by Clicking Mouse


ClipBoard image for Background Reference


Double-Click on Title bar will re-size to see Windows Taskbar (Start).


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Red ochre    1,382

 

Thanks Red! a great suggestion. Lets expand it to other effects!

Thanks but it is TR's amazing programming skill that makes these thing shappen! B)

 

I think everyone should try this effect - it has many more possible uses than just tweaking photos! ;)

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TechnoRobbo    1,149

Thanks Red, now I'm embarrassed.

 

Without Pratyush, Eli and Red Ochre this plugin would not exist. It wasn't even on my radar. So Kudos to your great ideas. :trophy:

 

 

On a different note - what the heck is this icon suppose to be? -> :beans:

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BoltBait    1,226

On a different note - what the heck is this icon suppose to be? -> :beans:

Coffee beans.

:rain: 

:MoveLayerDown:

:beans:

:MoveLayerDown:        :FloodModeLocal:        :GlowEffect::lightning:

:coffee:  :RightArrowBlue:  >:O   :RightArrowBlue::D

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Eli    772

Red is right, There are many things we can do with it. We can "stamp" shapes with a mouse click instead of using Ctrl+V:

 

stamps-tampoon-4c5bb64.png

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TechnoRobbo    1,149

:rain: 

:MoveLayerDown:

:beans:

:MoveLayerDown:         :FloodModeLocal:         :GlowEffect:  :lightning:

:coffee:   :RightArrowBlue:   >:O    :RightArrowBlue:  :D

 

shortcut

           :GlowEffect:  :lightning:

:mtdew:   :RightArrowBlue:  :D 

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Eli    772

TR You need to cut  on the energizer look what it is making to the effect :  :)

 

I selected a custom brush (the doughnut), made a stamp. I loaded another brush (the *) and when I used it, the two brushes were merged. 

too-much-beans-4c5c10b.png

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TechnoRobbo    1,149

That's cool - that's because you used transparency in your custom brush and it didn't overwrite the first brush completely. Brushes should be black and white and opaque but you stumbled upon a very interesting trick! To reset just pick a stock (built-in) brush

 

I think I should leave that - Gives more options

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Eli    772

OK. One more thing, It is just cosmetics, the bottom part of the Blur and Sharpen sliding bar is being hidden a little bit by its window.

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Eli    772

Looks better now. Do you think it is possible to tilt/rotate the brush?

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Red ochre    1,382

Doughty - you can double- click the title to make it smaller then drag it partly off screen.

 

 

I think I should leave that - Gives more options

Definitely!

Used it here to bring out the spider from the background (Dryad/clipwarp).

bx7YgDC.png

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doughty    224

@Red ochre, Wolf spider? Gorgeous!

 

No... I really would like to resize to a smaller window. For me it's like having a giant screen TV in a closet. I also have multiple windows open and such a large window is hard to move around.

 

No disrespect, I really like what this plugin does.

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TechnoRobbo    1,149
No... I really would like to resize to a smaller window. For me it's like having a giant screen TV in a closet. I also have multiple windows open and such a large window is hard to move around

 

Ok, Just for you doughty, Maximize/Normalize button added - tested up to 144 DPI 

 

Version 1.3.6+

Ready for Download

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racerx    265

If you're looking for ideas on this plugin, how about a De-saturation brush? It would come in handy to hide chroma noise for example....

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