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  1. Hello there, I'm David Tschumperlรฉ, the main developer of G'MIC. First, I'd like to thanks @null54 for taking the time to port our G'MIC-Qt plug-in for Paint.Net. Second, I've read all your messages and indeed noticed that the 'Stylize' filter was painfully slow on Windows. We have investigated this issue these last days with people at pixls.us, and hopefully we should have found what was going on. We were using too much mutex locks/unlocks in the multi-threaded algorithm, which was slowing down everything. I'm working hard right now to fix this issue. I hope I will be ab
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  2. This is a draught for a work thing. Not realy completed but I gotta get it out there else it wont be new year still. I work in Nimbin, in one of my hats. Its a house restoration project by the Neighbourhood Centre. I ripped the lines from a photo but me & Pdn did the rest. Thanks for the reps Woodsy. I didn't mean to be disparaging mate. Wood Butcher doesn't have the same negative connotation over here. Must be because we have no bad carpenters in Australia. ๐Ÿ™‚
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  3. Dear @ Pixey! ๐Ÿ‘ Thank you very much for your video. That helped me a lot. With these two pictures the result came out.
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  4. This is a plugin which helps you to create symmetric mandalas and mirrored pictures. It takes the upper right triangle(as shown in the first picture) as an input and mirrors it to the other ones. It only works for square images (image width = image height) currently! Download newest version here: Mandala Creator.zip To install just extract the zip and run the installer. It will be installed under effects in the subfolder Artistic. Example for 4 Mirror Option
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  5. Instead of telling him what he needs to do. How about asking if it's possible? Just because you convert it to a PDF doesn't bring the pictures back.
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  6. Very glad to hear the good news @lifeday I owe you a Rep tomorrow What a lovely image
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  7. Dear @lifeday! ๐Ÿ‘ Happy New Year! Really very nice result. Thank you for sharing this with us!
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  8. @G'MIC Welcome to Paint.net and thanks for the great g'mic.
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  9. First attempt at running plugin resulted in this error message. Not enough to crash paint though. Naming a subfolder "selfmade" may cause some concerns with other contributors and administrators. Let the debugging begin!
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  10. Happy New Year @Rickhum and....No Worries! ๐Ÿ˜Š Love your house...looks comfortable and inviting.
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  11. Not sure this is the right place to post this, or if it may be of any use to anyone, but I think one-page calendars are quite a think-outside-the box curiosity for someone mostly accustomed to traditional calendars. So here it is:
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  12. Thanks null54, your latest build is indeed much faster. As a test I combined the two top images to get the bottom image. It is easily 5x faster....
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  13. @Pixey Kudos for you! A job well done! @lifeday I learn best from seeing a task done. Videos are great for that. You can pause and replay as needed. @null54 Thanks for your efforts to give PDN users a means to using the G'MIC app!
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  14. @Pixey There are some free apps that will let you do non-linear edits as well as screen full or partial screen captures. If your screen capture is less than 10 minutes; Microsoft has an End-Of- Product-Life app called "Microsoft Expression Encoder 4" https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=18974 This two part app does both full or partial video screen capture and non-linear editing & trans-coding. There are many video tutorials out there on how to use it and I would be glad to help!
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  15. I have made a little video for you which I hope will be helpful. It does get a bit confusing when talking about layers, because of using two pieces of software at the same time.
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  16. Awwww @Rickhum that is one darling little house. I would sit on the porch and have a Fosters with you anytime
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  17. One filter I'd suggest trying is the Laplacian pyramid filter. The first control (Contrast neighborhood size), which increases the local contrast, is especially useful for adding a sort of vibrancy to photos.
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  18. @Seerose Happy New Year Seerose and other forumers, My tile was created with the use of two images that I had created much earlier. One image is of quartered circle with in a quartered square on a 5k x 5k pixel canvas. The other image is of my logo in gray-scale on a transparent background. I used three plugins for PDN: SeamlessTextureMaker.dll TwistZ.dll Tile Image from the CurtisBlack.Effects.dll I created a duplicate layer of my logo and applied the SeamlessTextureMaker.dll With the 'Choose the mode' set to Only cut (aka seamless texture helper
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  19. Thank you very much @ScrapbookWithPDN ๐ŸŽ… I was in the mood for jewelry, as it's that time of the year for presents
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