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  1. This tutorial is available as a PDF. Click here to view or download it I have made couple of tutorials of wings I thought could maybe help out some beginners: ------------------------- First the bat wings. You will need following plugins for this: AA´s Assistant Drop Shadow Feather and Bevel Selection
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  2. As promised, my entry in the original size.
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  3. MODERATOR'S NOTE: This plugin may not be compatible with Paint.NET 4.0+. Download - http://alivate.com.au/BatchProcessAutomater.zip Please donate even $5 if this helps you - it took me about 10-14 hours to complete, and saved me 1 hr manually processing my 154 images... $USD $ GBP £ EUR € JPY ¥ CAD $ AUD $ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- It bothered me that I couldn't automate the AutoLevel Effect on a folder full of pictures, so I spent the weekend and created a solution. I'm
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  4. Something new and a tad glossy - again, sorry! Alice's Looking Glass
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  6. Wall-E Font - Gunship (from dafont.com) Pdn the rest.
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  7. PDN is a great tool, but it's nothing without imagination. And your imagination is freakin' awesome! You've got a great gallery here and I look forward to seeing more.
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  8. William Foster character sourced from This picture. Skyline from a clip-art CD.
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  9. picture from here - https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=dirty+dancing+shadow&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=81dUUq_2DKfX0QWvvYCIDw&ved=0CAcQ_AUoAQ&biw=1438&bih=708&dpr=1#q=dirty+dancing+&tbm=isch&facrc=_&imgdii=_&imgrc=kkjnJnSmtSK16M%3A%3B_gXIeju2JtQqHM%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fresources3.atgtickets.com%252Fstatic%252F5670_full.jpg%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.atgtickets.com%252Fshows%252Fdirty-dancing-tickets%252F%3B460%3B260
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  10. Great stuff! Will come in handy one day im sure! (What with my abuse of 'Cross Processing')
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  11. Mister Atwell, we will agree to disagree. The big internet firms have been paid a lot of money from NSA for the data that they collect on everyone. The funniest thing i have seen over the last few months, was wording on google start page that claimed that they respected your privacy. They were compensated for not respecting your privacy. You are correct in assuming that the average person probably doesn't need to fear, but larger targets like banks and hospitals need to be scared out of their minds. My real issue is that it's not that they claim that they need to protect your data, or the pub
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  12. I don't want this to turn into another paranoid security discussion, so I'm going to say (as a web developer who has done research into security) that YES- you are correct, there is no such thing as perfect security. But is anyone likely to try to get your information if it's under a moderate-level security or encryption scheme? No. The fact is, your data is just not worth the time. More to the point, your risk of data compromise, as long as you're following best security practices, is way too low to upend your life and remove your data from anywhere it can be compromised. Paranoia aside, the
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  13. Exactly. Here's another paranoid point that i realised a few years ago. What if they have a way today that nobody has the ability to hack and read the information? They can just pick certain targets of interest and record all of that data flying through the air. Record it for months and years. Later, somebody breaks that code. Now, all they do is go back to the recorded stuff and read every hash. All of these fancy new exciting things look cool, but they create a whole new set of problems. When in a transition mode, you have doubled your weak security areas. First adopters are at the highest r
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