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  1. Yuuuck...sorry about that. It's not easy for people who are not here as often, to get everything right. That's why I hesitate to try to be part of certain things and I don't want to muddle things up. I do want to thank you for keeping the forum organized. I know it's a big job @Pixey. We must truly have far more appreciation for what @Ego Eram Reputo , @BoltBait (a founder?) & has been doing around here for a long time.... @toe_head2001, too. Running this forum properly is a big job and it's likely a thankless job for you Admin. I'm sure people don't realize just how much dedication, time
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  2. No worries... I don't know if I should post this, but here goes for the adventurous folks out there. G'mic's newest filter is called Stylize It requires two images. Here is an example of a stylize modification on a picture of my Bike:
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  3. Kids (x3): pants x2 socks/underware shoes They are getting so grown up! I had taken them shopping and these were the things they chose. Also, went to the movies and saw Wreck it Ralph 2 Other daughter: computer monitor mega blocks for grandson (1 yr) and rattle for granddaughter (1 mo) Dad: DVDs: Venom (he loved it) & The Orville s1 (he thought it was ok saying "but, Firefly is better"... yeah, dad, no kidding! I bought him Firefly one year and now I'm having a hard time topping it..
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  4. (This is cross-posted from the Paint.NET blog ... I may get more discussion out of this over here on the forum though ) It's been a little over 9 months since I left Facebook, and since then I've been hard at work on Paint.NET. (There were two primary reasons for me leaving Facebook: 1) it was way too exhausting, which is also part of the reason I haven't been blogging much for several years, and 2) I really just wanted to focus on Paint.NET for awhile.) 2018 Looking back on 2
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  5. Hi @Pixey Within the downloaded zip file you will see a folder called "gmic". This folder needs to be extracted to the effects folder as well as the DLL. Sounds like you may have missed it. Only the DLL file needs to be in the effects folder. Hope this helps
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  6. There isa also a tutorial called Pleasantville effect.
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  7. Maybe TR's dodge and burn effect. It has a desaturate option.
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  8. No worries @ScrapbookWithPDN We are here to help and it's never any trouble to answer any questions one may have
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  9. These are some examples of ways I've used Paint.Net. Certainly not the only way. These are smaller images. I created all of them only using Paint.Net. They are 8" x 10" photo layouts. The originals are in 300 dpi/resolution and can be downloaded from below each image, which can be printed by professional printing companies for photo books, on fabric, on canvas, on a wall sign, or just printing out an 8" x 10" photo using a professional printing process. Change your resolution setting to 300 when using them that way......*but* to print on your home printer and save on ink, keep your resolution
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  10. Dear @lynxster4! Such a great selection, really great and god idea. Thank you for sharing this with us! I came too late, and good slide into the new year.
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  11. Snap-to-grid, eh? As a stopgap, you can use the ShapeMaker plugin. Even if you're not making "paint.net Shapes"; you can just the 'render to canvas' option.
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  12. Some abr files may have license terms that would forbid redistributing the brushes they contain. The suggestion for a "brush loader" plugin in my previous post was addressing this. The idea being that Paint.NET users could install plugins to allow it to use Photoshop brushes, GIMP brushes etc in addition to its native format.
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  13. Discuss.pixls.us is where G'MIC discussion goes on. You can also submit filters there. I also have made a tutorial on this forum. It's kinda easy to make filters though painful at times.
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  14. For some reason, I can't remove the tags on quote. Well ok. That being said, those things are meant for other programs that can use G'MIC.
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  15. Fixed a potential crash when loading cube maps, file version updated to 1.9.2.0.
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  16. Oooooooooooooooooo plugin toys! I can hardly wait. Oh and pressure sensitivity! Glorious! Many, many thanks for this update Rick.
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  17. Flag made with PDN and image my own photo.
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  18. Superb pieces Woodsy. You turn out some good work for wood butcher. Have a good one old mate 🙂
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  19. Here's my annual Christmas wallpaper. This year's theme is called "A Homespun Christmas", incorporating some of my 'sewing' techniques. Please enjoy. The image is clickable for a full-size download. Merry Christmas everyone!
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  20. The Eruption of Olympus Mons ( the volcano, on Mars, 25 km high, the biggest in the solar system) in 5.273645 BC; taken by Ned Kelly when he strayed into a rift in the space time continuum on his now legendary return journey from Merica in 1878 when he received the Recycled Technology award for his Personal Protective Equipment.
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  21. Great stuff. You make incredible landscapes and buildings. So good!
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  22. Added support for saving grayscale patterns.
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