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    @Sakana Oji! Welcome to our family! Very good start. ? Thank you for sharing.
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    *100% PDN - Background: Myself / Butterfly Shape by @lynxster4!
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    ^^ The sensible answers The less sensible answer.... You're out of pasta!
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    I liked to work on it. I had to trix on the glasses a bit, but it worked. The second picture worked very well and quickly! Thank you for the idea!
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    source: https://ae01.alicdn.com/kf/HTB1omDZLXXXXXXCXFXXq6xXFXXXS/14-6-12-9CM-Lucky-Butterfly-Silhouette-Decorative-Car-Sticker-Waterproof-Car-Body-Decals-Black-Silver.jpg_640x640.jpg
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    This is my first tutorial on how to make a deep-fried meme. Find out more about deep-fried memes here: http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/deep-fried-memes You will need the following plugins: Camera Trouser Flare by Stuart Radforth Overblur by John "Red Ochre" Robbins Curves+ by Zach "Pyrochild" Walker For this tutorial I will use this image: Step one: Run Overblur and crank the overblur all the way to the right. This will sharpen the image. Then set the blur radius to 5. Repeat with a radius of 1. (You may need to adjust the last radius depending on how big the image is) Step two: Open Curves+ and choose the "Hot" preset. (This image had to be optimized, but it's alright.) Step three (optional): Use Camera Trouser Flare and position the flares over the eyes to make it look dank. For this tutorial I will use the "Blue" type. This tutorial is over. I hope you like it, cause then you'll have finally learned how to deep fry images. Thanks!
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    Thanks @nitenurse79 for this tutorial. A great use of Auto Chrome effect. Here is my try: I first applied the Autochrome effect to an image. I gave it a little distortion with the Dents effect. Blurred it with the Surface Blur effect. Converted it to black and white. Added a new layer and covered it with the color brown. I changed its blending mode to Overlay.
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    If a post needs a moderator's attention, you can use 'Report Post'. For example, to nominate a piece of art to the Galleria, you'd use 'Report Post'. You don't need to report spam though. We'll see it in the Activity feed.
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    I'm 50% Portuguese and 50% German. However... I don't speak either of those languages. But, I can use Google Translate. ?
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    Sir @BoltBait! You're absolutely right. My plugins are outdated. Now everything is fine again. Thank you very much for your answer. or
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    I run several versions of PDN. Adding a right-click option for the different versions would make my life easier. Thanks for the tip @Sixtyforce
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    I had never heard of deep-fried images before. Thanks for the tutorial! (I'll give it a go asap) ? Welcome to the forum, by the way!
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    What do you call a 350 lb stripper? Answer:
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    @Woodsy rediscovered this excellent tutorial while archiving tuts to PDF. I was so taken with the effect I wrote a plugin to make it easier to create a very similar effect. I know this is similar to Ed Harvey's Weave, but that seems to be non-functional in PDN 4.0+ The UI: Download the DLL >> WovenPhoto94.zip After installing, you'll find it in the Effects >Texture Demos: Run it twice with different sizes for some interesting overlays... Download it here for the time being. I'll put it in my Plugin Pack soonish.
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    Much fun. Thanks EER. Yes these are wellington boots made in the shape of a dog
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    Update 1.5 (18.1.2015) - Added 'Interference layer' option: Allows to overlay a duplicate of the line pattern with a different angle. This may be used to create a moire effect. The same effect can be generated by using PLAP a second time with a different reference angle. It is just easier to examine patterns if you can do it in one step. Typically you are trying to remove moire effects. But sometimes it may be an interesting effect. OK, this may need an example. Let's assume you are starting with a packed sine waves pattern: Now add an interference angle of 2 degrees and you will get this: Or using 45 degrees: If the distance of the parallels is larger then you may generate patterns without moire: Here a standard ellipsoid wave with an interference angle of 90: Remember that you may save your option settings via the menu at the bottom of the dialog. You may even select a preset which is used always after a restart of paint.net.