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MadJik

Tiles Reflection XL (ymd:110519)

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Tiles Reflexions X & Y Plugin

What's this?

Based directly on the code of Tiles Reflections plugin from Paint.net source (vers. 3.10)...

Just few ideas to implement in a next Paint.net version... ( nb: since then some functions are now inculed in the built-in effect, except the X/Y distinction! )

The square size is from 1 to 5000px.

The curvation is from -5000 to 5000 allowing more spectacular effects (IMO).

And you could choose each value (angle, size, curvature) separatly for X and Y.

Try it !

This plugin is added to the menu Effects, submenu Distort.

Download the DLL

Plugin Tiles.dll

ar.pngHere is the DLLal.png

The source is available with the plugins package!

http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?showtopic=7186

How to install?

Close Paint.net

Unzip and place the DLL in your Effect folder usually: C:/Program Files/Paint.NET/Effects

UI and Examples:

TilesXL7.jpg

TilesXL6.jpg

tests.jpg

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Nice Madjik! This gives a ton more control over what you want then the original. It should definatly replace the original.

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This is so awesome! I've always liked the tile reflection effect. And now it's even cooler.

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Humm, it seams I haven't read my todo list since a while...

In fact I'm working with larger images than 2-3 years ago and I myself need what HenryH asked for (sorry for the delay).

New UI version:

TilesXL7.jpg

Some examples with the new version:

TilesXL6.jpg

Download the DLL

Plugin Tiles.dll

ar.pngHere is the DLLal.png

The source and the pack aren't updated (yet) so use the link above to download the new effect...

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This is awesome. Thanks for linking me to it.

My one gripe with it is that the curvature settings are too precise. With the normal effect, I work in between the -15 and 15 range, but in this one I find myself having to use the arrow keys or the arrow buttons to get that amount, as using the mouse makes the effect too broad.

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The width range makes the use of the mouse more hazardous. But if you click beside the cursor on the slider line, the value increase/dicrease by 5.

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