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    I must say I never expected @welshblue to look like he does either. Some very cool looking dudes and dudesses on here. The sand of time hasn't been kind to me over the years. 😂
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    This tutorial is available as a PDF. Click here to view or download it Here's the next installment in my 'Sewing' series. Adapted from the PS tutorial found here. The PS tutorial had a pre-made, pre-colored texture supplied. I will show you how to make your own. I simplified this as much as possible. This took me over 2 months to figure everything out. You will need these plugins: Clouds (built-in) Motion Blur (built-in) Sharpen+ Dragan Effect The Texture ----------------- we will be making this: Now, on to the application. I am using the PS tutorial example, which is text. This can be used on any shape as well. Download this font: AR Julian. We will be making this: A couple more examples of what you can do with this technique: I hoped you enjoyed this tutorial!
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    A couple of commercials from SNL:
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    No, the Platform update was release several years before the Telemetry updates. Paint.net uses the Direct2D and DXGI technology stack. Many other image programs have implemented their own bespoke graphical stacks. Since paint.net is developed by one person, creating everything from the ground up is not feasible. Thus, the existing technologies in Windows are used. Direct2D and DXGI were significantly upgraded in the Platform Update.
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    You couldn't be more wrong. Critical updates are critical for a reason--most patch security vulnerabilities. Please, please keep your OS updated!
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    Dear @lynxster4! "Kimba, the white Lion" so sweet! Beautiful work! Thank you for sharing this with us!
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    News, the patches are merged into master. @lynxster4 - They're here now, so you could try refreshing your filters and see if the patches are applied.
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    The Scalable-Vector-Graphics-Plugin-for-Paint.NET is updated with Layers support. Please check the latest version. I have tried plugin from the original post but some layers are skipped, so it was fixed for this one. New: Layers Opacity can be stored as a layer property. Import of hidden Layers Groups boundaries. Extra layers will be created to wrap grouped layers. Layers names are the same as for PSD plugin. So you can export your SVG file and save as Photoshop files with folders/groups support. See the link
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    Here's a larger version of Kimba. He was one of my favorite cartoons growing up. I never realized it was the first color animated TV series produced in Japan based on the manga created in the 1950's.
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    I'm usually behind the camera, not in front of it. Here's a picture of me drinking the local beer on my vacation to Portugal last Summer. Yes, I'm getting old, but still in decent shape...
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    I guess I've been hiding long enough ... realised earlier I haven't had a photo taken since before my illness, so this one isn't recent ... just add a few wrinkles ...
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    One of my baby versions of Winnie the Pooh
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    @Seerose, I like your play of colors.
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    Papa Doc is doing air guitar (just clarifying in case his hands can't be clearly seen). All PdN, with many thanks to lynxster for the very pretty music notes 😉
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    "Wake me up before you go go" 😊
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    Updated to use WebP version 1.0.2, file version updated to
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    That's great news! Thanks for reporting back
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    The house looks fantastic, and I like how you made the path start to elevate, and the shadows caused by the roof over the front. Also the eruption of olympus mons looks terrifying. You'd definitely feel one.
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    ... I think it's because you've got to think a bit more ? Thanks a lot mate - they were a bit of trial and tribulation @Rickhum ... thanks a lot blue ... particularly happy with the 2nd one. Hopefully you'll find the tuts easy ... @ScrapbookWithPDN ... 25% a graphic artist ... or at least 25% of my annual income is made up of works I sell ... Thanks. glad you enjoyed my works @Seerose @Pixey @lynxster4... many thanks ladies. For the comments and your unwavering supports for my work over all this time @Maximilian ... many thanks mate. They were enjoyable to make and a test because beauty is always in the eye of the beholder also thanks to @MJW for the rep point I was asked to make a tut' but honestly it would be far too long winded, and it's best to follow the original and just play with blend modes and alpha masking ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- It's been nearly 3 months since creating anything meaningful ... Now the body isn't behaving as it should and not being as mobile/dexterous as I was; the thought of being able to fuse with computers is becoming more appealing ... Transhumanism
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    @Rickhum! Your new profile picture is very pretty. 👍
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    Like your new avie @Rickhum Native to Australia? 😊
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    Getting that early 90's look actually goes back to the 1920's, when blue was added to the earlier Techicolor process of 1914. I will be trying the RBGCompositor tonight. @toe_head2001Thanks!
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    And what a fantastic eruption it is too @Rickhum the colors are gorgeous
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    WOW! Spectacular @Rickhum! I love spacescapes. 😃
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    Here is my most resent self portrait:
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    Firstly Adel, very good outcome! I like your choice of colour & font. Doogiski, a great outcome - different but I like it. Darthpyro, there is pixelation at the top part of the "o". Using a canvas 4 times the size of the finished product, keeping in mind that most of the tutes use the default size & therefore you may have to experiment with the setting on the plugins. Starting out with a bigger image & using Gaussian Blur @ 2 will give you a better result. If you do a search for DPI & you by David Atwell, you will understand how it works.