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  1. Hi Mate, thought I'd combine the two tutorials. I think the text took me less than 10 minutes. I know the tute of by heart now, took me long enough.🤔 A good thing to come from it, I now know how to use 'Paste Alpha' .😉
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  2. This is a filetype plugin for loading SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) and its compressed variant SVGZ files. SVG elements can be rendered as a flat image file or each on a separate layer. The plugin is a tiny wrapper around the SVG.NET Library which does the actual SVG reading. Disclaimer: I merged all required third party libraries into a single file so everyone can easily install, remove and update it when needed. Because of this merging, the binary form of the plugin contains code from the Fizzler project ( LGPL - GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE ) which
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  3. Then please stop posting in this topic, and let qualified individuals handle it.
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  4. Thank you @lynxster4, @Pixey, and @Seerosefor the kind words. New image on the first page, hope you enjoy.
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  5. You don't need any plugins ( i still don't get the clouds things, but hey) The transparent gradient > Dents > Gaussian Blur
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  6. Hi @TimAllen Perhaps have a look at this tutorial for ideas on what you're looking for: I too cannot find it either 🙀 It is a mystery as to where it's gone. It's in my Effects Folder but not showing up anywhere. I'm using version 4.2.14
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  8. Thank you @kfumaster! I am currently making more shapes to add to my pack. I'll consider some human body shapes.
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  9. Hi @welshblue This has been a long outstanding issue as reported here I have always accepted the workaround by zooming to 100% to paste selection. It always lands in the right spot. I'm sure @Rick Brewster will have a look at this and report back.
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  10. Great new images ... Tequila Sunrise does it for me. The colours, the glow ... that on a white emulsioned wall in a canvas 6ft by 4ft ( ish) would be amazing. A real focal point.
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  11. I was looking for more human body shapes but thank you for this awesome shapes you've built. 👍
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  12. Page one has 3 images created from the fabulous mini tute by @Ego Eram Reputo. I am not able to link to the topic, so if someone would like to show me how, I'd be most grateful
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  13. Hello & welcome @Furatus Plugins cannot 'see' any layer other than the active one. You can access one additional layer in G'Mic by copying it to the clipboard... BTW: this should have been posted in the G'MIC thread as LoudSilence said, so please direct any further questions there.
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  14. Comment this on GMIC, not here. This forum is for making threads about paint.net, not plugins. Rick said that on the pinned post
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  15. You can see the original is mode jagged, so you could also try selecting with the ellipse tool, then use TR's cloud control Your choice though, it might just be because of a bad quality picture. Cloud control result:
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  16. One way is to use the circle ellipse selection tool to draw your circle , make your primary colour white, secondary colour transparent (More > Opacity to zero on the colour window) > Select Radial Gradient > Right Mouse Click and draw from the middle of your cirlce, outwards. You should find a suitable outcome if you drag until your happy
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  17. This tutorial is available as a PDF. Click here to view or download it For this tutorial I used a 700 x 569 canvas, so the thickness of the lines/outlines/blurs might be a little bit different. 1. Make your canvas 1600 x 1300 and fill it with black. I do this to see the glossies better when I draw. Remember, the larger the canvas the better outcome of the glossiness and smoothness. 2. Create New Layer--choose the Ellipse Select tool and draw a circle big enough to fit the canvas. 3. On the same layer go to Effects—Selection—Outline Width=3 Color
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