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    Well - I was sleeping as I missed this pluging, until @ER pointed it out in a reply to @Minni. It's amazing and fun to play with ....... herewith my result: A Trippy Tree
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    keywords: Fractal,Tree,Plant,Flower,Branching,Lsystem Dryad - (it's a tree 'spirit' from Greek mythology ) Creates a variety of tree-like branching patterns. Found under: Effects/ Iterative lines A new version is in my plugin pack here Red ochre v10 plugin pack Note that some sliders do different things for positive and negative values. If using the randomness slider do keep clicking the Reseed button till you get something you like. (I used Null54's example code for Furblur as a template - thanks again! ) (If active plugin writers would like VS the code - P.M. me ) Below are some examples of things made using it and some settings to get you started. Please post your creations in this thread - Enjoy!
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    This tutorial for the Background and This tutorial for the Text
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    POLL CLOSED Winners: DrewDale (10 votes) minners71 (7 votes) nitenurse79 & mottoman (6 votes) A really nice job, DrewDale, minners71, nitenurse79 and mottoman! Really great entries from all! I really love the start of the World Cup, that (s)painful defeat of Spain by our team
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    This tutorial is available as a PDF. Click here to view or download it LEGO Photo Plugins needed: Trail by Pyrochild The final result: We need LEGO locks images to make LEGO photo. There are some LEGO images in 48 by 48 pixels. As the original photo I took a picture of Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa". Since the photo will consist of LEGO images size 48 by 48 pixels, the size of the original picture must be a multiple of 48. Size of the original photo I have 1962 to 2976 pixels. Step #1 Open the "Mona Lisa" image in paint.net. Create a new empty layer above. Copy LEGO lock image and paste it to a new empty layer. Move it in the top left corner of the empty layer. Step #2 Apply the Trail-plugin by Pyrochild. May need to apply this plugin several times (CTRL+F) to fill the entire horizontal row. Apply the Trail-plugin by Pyrochild with 270 degrees direction to fill the entire vertical row. Intermediate result: Step #3 Move the picture of the Mona Lisa on the layer above the LEGO. Apply Effects – Distort – Pixelate. Step #4 Set the blending mode of the layer with the Mona Lisa as "multiply". The final result: Description of this tutorial in Russian
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    I totally agree with that! I really like this theme and personally I'd never have thought about something like this, good job Drew
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    Adapted This tute for my background. Then I followed this Text Tute up to step #9 (I used my own colour balance setting) To get this result. Great topic Drew
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    What an awesome competition idea! This one sounds really fun. Unfortunately I don't think I will be home this week , I'll still try to find a time to slip in, but regardless of my schedule, best of luck to everyone else. I can't wait to see the results.
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    The theme this week is – Fifa World Cup 2014! And has been chosen by – Seerose (SOTW #107 winner) This week you're challenged to design and create a signature which has something to do with the Fifa World Cup 2014! The deadline for entries is 7:00pm (GMT +0) on Monday 9 June. To see how that equates to other countries, here is a link to the World Time Competition rules. 1. Max sig dimensions 500x200. Please NOTE: The forum limits signatures to 500x150, if it is too large do not try to use it as your sig. 2. Please keep your sig family friendly. 3. Keep to the theme that has been set. 4. You may modify or replace your image until the deadline! 5. Don’t violate copyright laws with found images; links to source images would be courteous. 6. Your entry must be made using paint.net, please don't use an outside image editor and try passing it off as PDN work. The winner of the current SOTW gets to choose the subject for the next competition. Good luck all and thank you in advance for entering. Thanks to - chrisco97, Sozo, TheHowler, Nitenurse79 and DrewDale for keeping this comp going in the past This thread is for posting your entries only. If you want to talk about any of the entries, you can do so in the discussion thread found here.. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- POLL CLOSED!!
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    The Measure Selection plugin calculates the area of any selection for you. Foot is one of the supported units.
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    Nice work from all who took part, well done to Minners, nitenurse and mottoman too. Thanks for the votes, Cheers for the hosting chimay.
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    Oh, man this amazing, I can't believe my eyes, how fast it is. I got an error, but I think because I was moving the sliders like carzy Is it possible to make the sliders slower? I mean the effect applies slower when moving them. Thanks Red ochre,
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    It could be done with Custom mini brushes quite easily, but I'm not sure if you know how to download brushes? Here is a simpler way: http://i.imgur.com/66UGmwC.png http://i.imgur.com/c9hbzJE.png http://i.imgur.com/g2vKEbM.png I tried to find the Roses Plugin in the Plugin Index, but was not able to. I'll search a bit more and edit if I find it! Edit: Here it is here
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    POLL NOW OPEN! Until 15/06/'14 at 19.00 (GMT +0) !!!
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    I like spam and scrambled eggs
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    Horray! I used a different program to extract the files and it is working.
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    Is my problem the same? I get a message that says, "Compressed (Zip) Folder error. Windows cannot complete the extraction. The destination could not be created." (Thank you Rick, for such an awesome program.)
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    Layers > Rotate / Zoom (Or Ctrl+Shift+Z)