Jump to content

Leaderboard

Popular Content

Showing content with the highest reputation on 05/03/2014 in all areas

  1. #pdnpi, #pdnpi-iframe { margin: 0; padding: 0; border: none; width: 100%; height: 1200px; overflow: hidden; } The Plugin Index in all its forms is free. If you would like to show your support, you can always buy the authors a coffee by clicking this link... Donate For offline viewing, you can download a PDF version using this button.... Plugin Index - Sep 2021.pdf
    1 point
  2. I have quite a few pieces in this gallery so this index is not the all inclusive list. It is an index of the main ones where I learned new techniques or tried new styles. Or ones I just particularly like and enjoy looking at. Note: in the banner above many of those are older pictures from prev. pictorium. Larger versions of most of them are on my DA. If you see something in the index below that looks interesting to you I encourage you to view the actual page to see the full size versions. There are many small details not captured in the thumbs. In many cases I've tried to include work in progress shots. Also there are many little tidbits on how I've done things a certain way or how I'd do it in an easier manner the next time around on similar pictures. Over the time I've been here I've done 100's of pictures. You will find some of my better ones over on my Deviant Art Gallery (the link is in my sig) . When I have time I plan to add a section to this index of Oldies but Goodies. That I hope to change once a month, digging back into my store of early OMA Paint.Net art. There are a few there that will give some of you a real giggle over, and some just pure blind begginers luck that I'm still trying to figure out how I did them. So for now if you have time pour yourself a cup of java, pull up a chair and flip thru the pages of this gallery. Let me know what you think, be honest but be kind, remember I only started learning to draw in Jan 2007. If you have questions ask, I'll try to answer. Older pictures I may not remember so well exactly what I did, but ask anyways you never know, my trash bin is always full of old photo screen shots, and they may help you out. using this index clik the show button to see the thumbs. then just reclick the hide button again to close the window . hope you enjoy ABSTRACTS This is my favourite type of artwork. I love it so much because I am able to express in color feelings and emotions. Hidden Content: Hidden Content: PEOPLE This is another thing that intrigues me the ability to draw facial features with a more realistic feel. I'm still working on likeness and coloration but can see my accuracy at facial structure improving. Hidden Content: BIRDS, ANIMALS, FISH Hidden Content: FRUIT, FLOWERS, PLANTS Hidden Content: TEXTURES Hidden Content: SHINY, WATER, ETC. Hidden Content: MISC Hidden Content: MINI TUTS IN MY GALLERY Hidden Content: THESE TUTS FOUND IN THE TUT SECTION OF OUR FORUM I don't do many tuts, but have posted these ones in our tutorial section of the forum. Hidden Content: my work I classify as 100% Paint.Net and if its not 100% Paint.Net and there is an outside scanned picture it will be something I've hand drawen in my sketch pad. It would be very very rare for me to use renders. I just like the work to be mine. The good and the bad. Speaking of bad take a look at the next section. I think you might really enjoy some of these. WE ALL HAVE SEEN THOSE SCENES IN SHOWS WHERE THE CHARACTERS MAKE MISTAKES ........ AND WE ALL LAUGH ......... WELL HERE IS MY TRASH CAN SECTION have a good laugh at an assortment of bad ones I dug out of my trashbin Hidden Content: ciao OMA
    1 point
  3. hi all just a real shameless post to bring this nearer the top so I can find it more easily. ciao OMA ps hope some of the newer members find some things to help them out.
    1 point
  4. Did I miss anything?I cant keep up with Seerose.I know I like that rose.Creative.The clouds look real enough to boot.Seerose,have you considered puting your newest works on page 1?No big deal though.
    1 point
  5. Then, I think Paint.NET may not be the tool for you. Have you tried Inkscape?
    1 point
  6. http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?showtopic=27228
    1 point
  7. I use Imgur now that Photobucket no longer allows them. Use the Imgur Uploader found here and then use the generated code (http etc .png) in your post on this forum by adding the .png code into this code {thumb}http .png - no spaces{/thumb} BUT with square brackets and use the 'light switch' upper left corner, to get into editing in BBC code area. http://i.imgur.com/WhRVB8s.png And here is an example. http://i.imgur.com/NErC2BT.png Hope this works for you as well as the excellent one from David .... which was news to me too
    1 point
  8. Comic Sans Nazi = someone who hates Comic Sans and would like to see its use ended. (Rightly so! ) I don't know the ratio. I'm a professional web developer, and I know there are at least a few of us around here. I don't know if there are any professional artists (usually because the pros need the pressure sensitivity that comes baked-in to Photoshop). As for separating the forum out - I don't think that would be a good idea. Especially not in three pieces. The Tutorials section is already divided out for classification's sake, but the community really isn't big enough; no one would get any good feedback or answers that way. Plus, it would be a NIGHTMARE for moderators. We already have people ignoring the rules about where to post questions as it is - what will happen when we have to try and classify "noob" vs "intermediate" vs "pro"? No, if you're a newbie, you should spend your time here reading and asking as many questions as you can. Intermediate users should be in the same forums as the newbies, asking questions and helping answer the easier ones. Advanced users should be in the same forums, collaborating and answering difficult questions. If we divide the forum, there's no way for beginners to learn and the chain is broken.
    1 point
×
×
  • Create New...