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    Thank you @Icegodes ... @lynxster4 @Pixey @Seerose @TrevorOutlaw .... thanks guys. I want to re-visit the light bulb at sometime as the metal connection is slightly off. It needs to be tilted forward ever so slightly, but still keep the same shape. Hopefully I'll have an eureka moment one day. Thanks too to @ReMake @Maximilian and @HyReZ for the rep points. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ I'm calling this piece CopyCat as I wanted to try out the technique demonstrated here Trevor Outlaw. it's an interesting style and not quite as easy as it looks. But I guess there's no right or wrong ?
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    @Xhin! Thank you so much. I am happy for your comments. Which is the most beautiful.?
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    I agree (and have proposed before) that all commands, such as Copy, and Fill Selection, should treat no-selection as if the entire canvas was selected. BTW, the keyboard shortcuts for Copy and Copy Merge do that already.
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    ... hope it's been a good one mate
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    Thanks everyone! I just woke up...
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    I am not good at this, just as everything, but I tried. 😐 Pumpkin
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    You may share a link in your first post. However, if your link is commercial in nature (spam), you will be banned.
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    *pokes head out* @Pixey I liked your entry very much-the spirals are a nice touch; how did you achieve them?
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    Extended version of Fibonacci Fill made by @Ego Eram Reputo , and @Red ochre will be coming to G'MIC 2.8. I did fixed Object Size filter, now dynamic gui is enabled there. For more information: See this pull request - Fix to Object Size filter ; pal cli fixes, and new Fibonacci gui filter and cli filters #230 Minor note for CLI users - I added info to pal cli command.
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    Ignore the DPI. This is a printer specific parameter which you don't need to bother with. Just submit a PNG image 2200x3000px in size and you'll be fine. Trust me 😀
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    Crashed it swapping between fluid/not fluid to check the changes.
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    I finally got this on DVD... It is everything I wanted to end the story. @welshblue, I think you’ll like this one.
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    Don't forget there is an incredible Seam Carving plugin which does this sort of manipulation very well.
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    @paiget777 ... this may help. Always remember an Object Effect needs transparency around it to work. I like to run this type of effect on a duplicated layer of the object you want to run a shadow on. This way you can play with Opacity at a later stage. But that's down to person choice
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    Without the three people you've insulted there wouldn't be a forum. Maybe it's the chip on your shoulder, stopping you from using Ctrl and scroll ... (my left arm/ hand is pretty useless but I still get by)
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    I would pick the last one as my fave
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    According to this post on the NVIDIA forum you can change the language using a registry setting.
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    I'm always quick with what I hope is seen as constructive critique to pieces on here, so equally should give credit where credit is due. I really do think the latest works are top drawer ... and really can't tell the difference between PS and PDN. Having tried this technique myself today, it just reinforces my thoughts. The dispersion really adds a great new dimension
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    This took way to long to reply to at the time I posted this thread, I was going through a really hard time. I got scared about replying to everyone just made a "thankyou" at the bottom. I hope you all can forgive my cowardice, its been a struggle to past. Thankyou all for your positive feedback! I will reply to any comment in the future. Sincerely, Ice
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    I've had a harrowing time lately..... Largely fabricated from 12mm rebar.
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    Sounds like you're running a very old version of Windows 10. You'll need to run Windows Update so you're on Windows 10 v1607 or higher.
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    We changed the rules for just this OotF @Seerose so you can have either a Black background, or a white, or just transparent. It's up to you
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    Lovely picture @Pixey! It looks so real. Gotta love MJW's plugins. You got this one 'just right'! 😁
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    Dave was a humble and selfless man. He spent hundreds of hours on the forum replacing images and archiving tutorials. He did this because he wanted to. That's the sort of guy he was. I shall miss him and his wonderful wood-works greatly 😥 I'm not a religious man, but I like to imagine Dave is somewhere designing clouds and nebulae for us to enjoy. Please do spare a thought for his family. They suffered along with him. I imagine their grief must be pretty raw right now.
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    Although I am fairly new to this Forum and Paint.Net I was always in awe at the remarkable artistic quality of Woodsy's work, (especially his name sake animation). I am deeply sorry to hear on Woodsy's passing away, such a devastating loss to the creative world and to Paint.Net Roger the Dodger😔
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    You should be able to overwrite the files in your Effects folder with the files from the latest version. After downloading the latest version of the plugin, copy Gmic.dll and the gmic folder into the Paint.NET Effects folder. Windows will prompt you to replace the existing files.
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    Wow @lynxster4 Bambi is amazing and looks so smooth and rubbery 🤗 You really excelled with this one - great piece and they all look so cute together 😍
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    Filters that outputs multiple layer is not going to work on PDN because filters are restricted to one. @G'MIC David, could you offer a workaround for PDN users via export?
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    I so want to do that. It'll be safer than the time I crept up behind my son wearing a Scream mask ... and he floored me 🤕
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    At first I thought that track was meh but then I listened to the whole album with some cannabis and was blown away by how awesome it was. This is now my go-to album for "music meditation". That is, listening to music while kinda taking a nap but actually meditating (not trying to fall asleep).
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    I've been using Snippets more and more in Visual Studio. I wanted to add a bunch of them to CodeLab, but I don't think people want the same snippets that I do. So... I'm thinking CodeLab could benefit from a Snippet Manager where you can add your own custom snippets. For example, say you're working on your script, and you realize you need to retrieve the current palette. You can have a snippet called curPal (or whatever), and it would expand into: IReadOnlyList<ColorBgra> CurrentColors = Services.GetService<IPalettesService>().CurrentPalette; As it stands, you have to open the Templates (File -> New), and generate a whole new file. Then you have to copy and paste the relevant line of code from one tab to another. Unless of course you have that palette code memorized, and are willing to type it out. Who wants this? Or is it just me?
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    Yes, it's much faster. Thank you @SodiumEnglish!
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    I just added a similar plugin to my plugin pack. Only this one bases the shadow on the selection outline (Marching Ants). The only place to get it is in my plugin pack. Enjoy.
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    Update Work in progress need suggestions on background I'm drawing the background for this one right now will take time to trace in getpaint Still working on the tutorial been really tired with work lately so in between writing it out. I have been working on this for a friend of mine would like honest feedback on it, and will make the corrections (if any) later. With a new repost replacing this 1.
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    The original apint on windows has a spray paint tool. Is there a plugin for this in paint.NET?