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    I don't know where to post this, so I"ll leave this here
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    Added support for saving the uncompressed X8B8G8R8 and R8G8B8 formats. Fixed a visual glitch when previewing cube maps in some formats.
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    Shiny diamonds like the eyes of the cat in the black and blue. Something is coming for you...
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    100% PDN. Caviar Dreams font (I just love it for some vague reason).
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    Friends, I have recently acquired a number of race geese. Let me know if you're interested in taking a quick gander 😉
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    I will look into adding support for R8G8B8 and X8B8G8R8 to the plugin.
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    Love it love it love it. (Even if you have got one of my most hated songs in my head 😋) Very enigmatic and very sensual. Great manipulation of textures ... I love touching velvet but will refrain from stroking my screen. Great job on her 'drops' too. Really nice piece
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    Make any sig pic you like and post it to participate
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    I intended to thank you earlier for your nice comment, but it slipped my mind (as too often happens). I probably should (and may) start a gallery, though I don't produce many images besides the ones for competitions. A long time ago, I came up with what I considered at the time to be a clever name for a gallery, but alas, that too has slipped my mind. I do have another name I could use.
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    A Vettriano vibe perhaps... what's her secret?
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    All the best old man!😉
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    Loving this @Pixey! The textures are just WOW! Fantastic work!
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    Happy Birthday, @welshblue! Good health, long life and many creative successes.
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    Happy birthday, welshblue! I hope both today and the year that follows are filled of happiness.
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    Happy birthday Welshy! 🎂🍹
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    I'm not sure if BB's does the fade. If you want the Evans Plugin, click on the link at the bottom of the page, which takes you to DropBox. Then click on the arrow to download it. Then unzip and move over to your Effects Folder.
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    There are a few newer coding fonts available these days: Cascadia Code Fira Code JetBrains Mono Anyone using these?
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    Terrible “dad joke”, I know... but, I find it funny.
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    I much agree! Love the colors and the feeling of Christmas I get when I look at this image. Hope it was a good one and that the new year brings you and your loved ones much happiness!
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    I love the baubles, especially how you did the lighting on them. Great job!
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    Download installer here: pyrochild.plugins.installer.2017-12-04.exe.zip or download a zip file to install manually: pyrochild.2017-12-04.zip If you enjoy these plugins or find them useful, please . Thanks! ===================================================================================== Before reporting issues, first make sure you're using the latest versions of both Paint.NET and my plugin set. ===================================================================================== Adjustments > Curves+ Like Paint.NET's own Curves adjustment, but better. Effects > Render > Borders N' Shapes Draw rectangles, ellipses, arcs, and pies, all with configurable styles like solid, dashed and dotted. Effects > Render > Gradient Bars Bars. Bars of gradients. Gradient bars. Effects > Photo > Film Make your photo look more like film, with adjustable settings like grain and Hollywood-style zoom factor. Effects > Distort > Jitter Shake up your image. Effects > Object > Outline Object Outline text, add a glow to a lightsaber, or put a border around a picture or drawing. Effects > Distort > Stitch Makes your photo look stitched. Effects > Advanced > ScriptLab Automate repetitive tasks in Paint.NET. Adjustments > Gradient Mapping Make multicolored gradients, or recolor an image. Effects > Artistic > Splatter Make a Jackson Pollock style splatter-paintings. Effects > Blurs > Pixelate+ Like Paint.NET's Pixelate effect, but with better results and adjustable width and height. Also known as Mosaic. Adjustments > Color Match Improve your photography with classical art. Or make it worse. Makes your photo follow another's color scheme. Effects > Random Effect Lacking inspiration? Use this to fire up a random effect with random settings. Effects > Render > Random Shape Fill Draws tons of shapes - from circles to hearts to stars - with various color settings, transparency, etc. Effects > Tools > Smudge Does this need any more explanation than the name? SMUDGE! Effects > Object > Trail Gives an object a trail, like the cursor trails on old laptops. Effects > Blurs > Gradient Blocks Blurs an image into 4-point gradients. Effects > Tools > Twist Twisting tool. Effects > Tools > Liquify Interactive distortion tool, like Photoshop's Liquify or GIMP's IWarp. Effects > Tools > Grid Warp Interactive distortion tool, like Paint Shop Pro's Mesh Warp. Effects > Render > Gradient Grid Renders a bunch of gradients in a grid pattern. If you enjoy these plugins or find them useful, please . Thanks! For developers: I'm on GitHub! https://github.com/bsneeze
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    It is a limitation of Paint.NET's Effect plugin API. Effects can only see the currently active layer, and cannot create new layers or images.
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    Why isn't it possible to do like in GIMP and Krita, and be able to pass multiple layers to the G'MIC plug-in ? Are there any technical limitations ?
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    Download from my plugin set Effects -> Tools -> Grid Warp... To change the background color or use a picture, right-click on the image in Grid Warp. To change the frame color, right-click on the frame. Download from my plugin set For developers: Grid Warp is on GitHub! https://github.com/bsneeze/pdn-gridwarp
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    Inset Box Shadow Effects -> Render -> Inset Box Shadow Before: After(s): . . Change Log v1.3 (Nov 3, 2018) Changed: Use the ColorWheel control with a built-in Alpha slider Changed: Move the plugin to be in the Render submenu v1.2 (March 5, 2016) New: Added controls to adjust Offsets v1.1 (Feb 9, 2016) New: Added a slider control to adjust Opacity Changed: The maximum value for Margin is now set dynamically based on canvas/selection size v1.0 (Feb 8, 2016) Initial release Download InsetBoxShadow.zip Source Code https://github.com/toehead2001/pdn-inset-box-shadow Icon based on icon from Fugue Icons.
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    These (3) pieces I did late last year. They are the pre-cursors for my 'Porcelain Text' tutorial. Without experimenting with @MJW & @Red ochre's Edgeshader plugin, these wouldn't be made and Porcelain Text wouldn't exist. These were made using some of my shapes from my pack. Many thanks and hope you enjoy!
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    Download from my plugin set Every popular image editor has a smudge tool, and now Paint.NET can be popular, too! Effects > Tools > Smudge Want to make a cute monster like this one? Check out this tutorial by Marken. Even if you don't find it cute, the tutorial is still a good introduction to smudging. Here's how to use brushes to get different styles of smudging: http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/29947-advanced-smudging/ To install more brushes, they must be in PNG format. Put the file in Documents\paint.net User Files\Smudge Brushes Smudge only cares about the alpha channel (transparency) of the brushes; color data is ignored. To change the background color or use a picture, right-click on the image in Smudge. To change the frame color, right-click on the frame. Download from my plugin set For developers: Smudge is on GitHub! https://github.com/bsneeze/pdn-smudge
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    Great image Eli! Thanks for posting it and the effects used. Nicely framed too. Edit: I think it's 'Folkestone'... perhaps the e floated away on the tide?
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    Thanks Red ochre, I do not know why I had not seen this effect before. This is a combination of Scribble and Furblur effects followed by Dents and color adjustments.