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    It is with great sorrow that I announce the death of our dear friend @Woodsy – Dave Wood on Monday 14th October, 2019. . As some of you may know, he suffered for many years from a congenital illness that affected his back, legs, arms and hands. However, more recently he was diagnosed with esophageal bone cancer on the 12th September 2019, which spread rapidly to other organs. He was in a lot of pain after the diagnoses, before going into a coma, at home, on the 1st of October. I know we will all miss him. He just loved working with Paint.net, as it helped him get through each day, because of his inability to leave his home. I had a lot of fun making the art for our collaborations, and he would do the animation. He also told me how he enjoyed re-vamping the Galleria and working with @Ego Eram Reputo and @ReMake God Bless @Woodsy may you rest in peace now.
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    Here's a preview of the Project Templates I've started working on. You can install them with this VSIX package: PaintDotNETPluginTemplates.zip Note: The FileType and FileType<TToken, TWidget> templates are currently unimplemented, and will not show up. Help wanted; especially with the FileType templates. The source code is here: https://github.com/toehead2001/pdn-project-templates-for-vs
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    Upgraded DirectXTex to the October 17, 2019 release. Add a PluginSupportInfo attribute. Changed the 32-bit/x86 build to use the SSE2 instruction set. File version updated to
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    Though not quite as advanced, you could try "Illuminate 2D" filter in G'mic plugin.
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    Thanks Welsh. I didn't make this one, it's an existing model. I did modify it a bit though. It's an Old-School Chopper that is quite a work of art in my opinion.
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    I am not good at this, just as everything, but I tried. 😐 Pumpkin
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    More goodies! 🍬 🍭 Thank you @Xhin! Lots of possibilities here, as with all your plugins.
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    Thanks everyone! I just woke up...
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    Horribly tragic news 😞 I didn't get to have a lot of interactions with Woodsy, but I always found myself astonished by the quality of his wooden textures and the advanced artworks in which he used them. No doubt a person made of good wood. So sad he's suffered so much. Hopefully he is finally at peace now πŸ˜”
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    A DDS FileType plugin that allows Paint.NET to open and save the the some of formats introduced in DirectX 10 and later. This plugin is bundled with Paint.NET 4.2.2 and later. If you need the features from a newer version you can still install the plugin. The plugin will override the bundled version if it has higher version number. The supported formats include the BC1, BC2, BC3, BC4, BC5, BC6H and BC7 compressed formats and the A8R8G8B8, X8R8G8B8, A8B8G8R8, A1R5G5B5, A4R4G4B4 and R5G6B5 uncompressed formats. The X8B8G8R8 and R8G8B8 uncompressed formats from the original plugin are not supported. Note that the BC6H and BC7 compression may be slow on large images. Cube maps must use the horizontal or vertical cross layout, see the Cube Maps page on GitHub for more information. Download: DDSFileTypePlus.zip Source Code: https://github.com/0xC0000054/pdn-ddsfiletype-plus
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    @Pixey, thanks for the information. I thought this was another fine addition to @Woodsy impressive gallery, and I was shocked to read this news. Requiescat in pace, @Woodsy
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    πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ "I don't like the icons and I don't want to get used to them, so let me rant about it for awhile and tell you to revert all the work you did on them." Your brain will get used to them. It's called neuroplasticity. Telling me to throw away months of work just because you don't feel like getting used to the new icons is just lazy and really disrespectful.
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    Truly tragic news. 😒 Dave aka Woodsy will be a loss to the forum and to his family who I know he absolutely doted on. He was not only a tremendous artist but an all round good man who suffered a lot he didn't deserve My sincere condolences to his family at this sad time Thanks for everything mate
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    @Pit I use the Olympus PEN E-PL1 that creates RAW files as ORF images. To get the ORF images icon to appear as image thumbnails and open in Windows Viewers you will need to install the RAW CODEC for Windows. Here is a link to the CODEC and information about it: https://www.microsoft.com/en-US/Download/details.aspx?id=26829
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    Although I am fairly new to this Forum and Paint.Net I was always in awe at the remarkable artistic quality of Woodsy's work, (especially his name sake animation). I am deeply sorry to hear on Woodsy's passing away, such a devastating loss to the creative world and to Paint.Net Roger the DodgerπŸ˜”
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    πŸ˜ͺ I will miss Woodsy very much. He and I conversed now and then. He will be greatly missed. His artwork was beautiful and the contributions to the forum are immeasurable. May you rest in Peace, Dave.
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    Oh that is sad news of his passing. He was a wonderful member of our community & a fantastic artist. He will be missed. Thank you for letting us know Pixey. Rest easy Woodsy.
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    Drawing is translated as "Tirage au sort" that's the meaning for a lottery drawing in our case it should be "Dessin" Regards
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    Thank you @lynxster4. Sure, this site is The Site
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    You should be able to overwrite the files in your Effects folder with the files from the latest version. After downloading the latest version of the plugin, copy Gmic.dll and the gmic folder into the Paint.NET Effects folder. Windows will prompt you to replace the existing files.
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    Wow @lynxster4 Bambi is amazing and looks so smooth and rubbery πŸ€— You really excelled with this one - great piece and they all look so cute together 😍
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    @Reptillian Yes, it is an old effect that needs some refreshing. If you can recreate it may I suggest two improvements: bricks with adjustable rounded corners and an option to offset the bricks to the left or right.
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    Thanks for that. I haven't played with G'Mic enough but glad you introduced me to this. Used Illuminate 2D and Bevel Selection
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    Filters that outputs multiple layer is not going to work on PDN because filters are restricted to one. @G'MIC David, could you offer a workaround for PDN users via export?
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    Copy the bottom layer that you want to use to the clipboard. The currently selected layer will be used as the top layer. Also, plugin questions should be posted in the plugin thread.
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    I'll put on GitHub when I get it more fleshed out this weekend. A few of the Templates don't actually work as intended yet.
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    You could try something like this To get a better understanding watch some videos. Google - Pixel Explosion Effects or Dispersion Effects. The results will usually be Photoshop but the above tutorial has the same effects, just a different way of achieving the same result
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    Here is my contribution using the plugin:
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    Thanks @Xhin There are so many possibilities. I feel like Dr Frankenstein
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    @Iceberg Video coming...
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    You can download the plugin in the following thread: @BoltBait The forum broke the link to your 4.0 plugin pack in the first post of this thread.
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    I just added a Shadow option. It really makes the text pop off the screen. Enjoy.
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    Thanks to all who tested this effect.
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    It's true. It's amazing how a tool often goes beyond the initially intended purpose
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    Nai, Thanks for the information in your PM. I will not make any changes in the plugin still.
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    Very interesting find, Nai! It's always great when a plugin has more than one possible way to be used
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    I just added a similar plugin to my plugin pack. Only this one bases the shadow on the selection outline (Marching Ants). The only place to get it is in my plugin pack. Enjoy.
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    I compiled it against 4.0. So it should work on 4.0+. It contains certain features that are only supported on 4.0, so that's the reason. I posted the source, so you can try to change it to work on 3.5.11 if you like.