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  1. Thank you everyone, glad you like them. I use many plugins to make nebulae and many layers with different blending modes. Here is one I made using three separate terragen images blended together in PDN . The haze and planet were made using PDN. Just wanted to show an image that was made using PDN as an image editor and for creation all in one. Sorry, no critters on this planet,lol
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  2. Thank you @NN - I'm glad I'm not the only one who found this noun totally un-necessary. Yes, I understand the meaning of 'ignorance': "The condition of being uneducated, unaware, or uninformed." And I found it offensive too. Based on the history of feelings being hurt on this forum, I think more care could have been given in this instance.
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  3. I think you need a snappier name though! (Used TR'sContour Filler on the text object first - background from clouds zoomed in)
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  4. If someone does not understand code is does NOT make them "ignorant" To me that is insulting!
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  5. This is a plugin I wrote to test a method for computing the color gradient, but which might be useful for non-testing reasons. I call it (the rather unwieldy) "Display Color Change Direction" because "color gradient" has another common meaning for plugins, and I didn't want to be confusing. The maximum direction of the color change is shown by the hue. It's in the Effects>Stylize menu. The interface is: The Color Scale controls control the color brightness. To allow for a wide range, I have coarse and fine controls. Color
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  6. Thanks MJW It works for me too. I wonder if a transparent (alpha) background option could be added (just like white background)
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  7. So exactly how does this plugin work ? I have tried it on after running clouds using yellow and red for my colours and I don't get anything like the images posted here.
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  8. I will not be entering in any more comps of any kind at this forum in the future. Other than a adding a few images in my gallery or select plugins to my bag of tricks I will also not be adding any comments on any other issues. It seems that no matter what I say, it causes drama so the best medicine for that is to remain silent. If by a slim chance I win this comp please ask the runner up to pick the next theme, I am done.
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  9. I have to apologize for accusing MJW of using Neoflames for the entry in SOTW because it is obvious now he used his own plugin which wasn't published at the time so I had no idea it even existed yet when I posted my complaint.
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  10. If a descriptive name doesn't pop into your thoughts try an offbeat one. "Rainbow Eye Bleed" - because it makes my eyes whimper....
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  11. Excellent work Djisves! It`s always nice to see people adapting a tut to get their preferred result. Best way to learn. The B&W image is super. The diamond necklace just needs a bit of a drop shadow to match the rest of the image. Other than that I can`t fault it.
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  12. *Thank you ReMake and barbieq! *Thank you barbieq! *Thank you MJW!
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  13. @I am always happy for your feedback, and a thousand times thank you very much. @barbieq! Special thanks for the pdf file. I have tried it. Very easy to follow.
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  14. This one I have managed to successfully compile and use on PdN 3.5.11 I'll give it a better try later on but in the meantime I like the preliminary results I've obtained. Thanks for sharing, MJW!
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  16. Here's a little CodeLab plugin the might be helpful. I call it the "Two Color Mixer" ( I chose a name that probably won't be used by some more commonly used plugin). It's in the Effects>Render menu. You can specify two colors, and the percent of the first color. It will fill the current selection (or the whole window if no selection) with the mixed color. Code: Hidden Content: // Author: MJW // Name: Two Color Mixer // Title: Two Color Mixer // Submenu: Render // Desc: Fill a region with a mixture of two colors // Keywords: mix colors #region UICode ColorBgra Amount1 = Color
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  18. Great new additions! I love the smokey effect in the candle.
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  19. Fa-bu-lous! Yep. You're quite the artist. The fruit photo manipulation is spot on--who would've ever thought to use Dents for that effect? The pinwheels are excellent. Again, this was quite something. Congrats on getting your work to the Galleria!
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  21. Very creative use of the plugin - well done!
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