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  1. Here's my rough plan to make these rings happen.... 1. Make a round selection the size you want. 2. Drag out a radial gadient from black to white centered in the selection. 3. Use @pyrochild's Curves+ to change the luminosity like this: The number of peaks and troughs = the number of rings. The distance between the peaks = the width of the rings. Same with the troughs. 4. Use the top option control to save the setting as a preset. 5. Find the preset. It should be in this folder C:\Users\NAME\Documents\paint.net User Files\Effect Pre
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  2. @Pixey, click on the top-right down arrow to open the drop-down list and then click on "Save current as preset...". It will ask you to name the preset in a new window.
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  3. Done. Release version 1.1.0.0. Changes: Allow users to save non-square tiles Added a PluginSupportInfo attribute
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  4. This plugin splits an image into tiles and saves them into a zip file. Large image and tile sizes may be slow to save. Download: TileImageFileType.zip Source Code: https://github.com/0xC0000054/pdn-image-tiling-filetype
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  5. My Prius is no longer my newest car: I tried to fix one of the garage doors with Paint.NET, but did a really bad job of it...
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  6. ^^ Probably the best bet, but there is also this:
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  7. Looks like there's a portion at the bottom that is also being correctly included:
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  8. Spencerlancs You may want to check on the file extension of your drawing . Paint.net is automatedly a .pdn and if you save it as a .jpg or you cutter changes it into a .jpg then the transparency will be removed and replaced by white. There you have my entire fount of knowledge, or drip if you prefer.
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  9. Check this .pdn file to see if this is a method you'd like to try. Download Zoom in on the center square. That is what the final size of the image would be. The rest of the canvas is just some needed working space. The expanding ring layers are: Duplicate layer, selection stretch, repeat.
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  10. You could try this plugin: It is made for manipulating gradient. Though this method would require multiple input/output. I also had did Trigonometry Mapping for gmic. Still require multiple input/output. Your best bet is to use codelab.
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  11. The best way would be for you to look at how that .gif was made. You will need to download @midora's Plugin Animate Then you can view the layers in paint.net to see the 'steps' and how they move. To do this: 1. Right click on the GIF you've provided and choose Save As 2. Add .agif to the end of the title of the GIF and choose All Files - like this: 3. Open paint.net and then import the above saved .agif and all the layers will open for you in paint.net. 4. Toggle the layers to see the movement. It looks like a tricky one to me
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  12. I am a PDN sophomore (started with 4.0.21) but all you see below was made during this autumn. Kind of suddenly. And it doesn't seem to stop so I just need a landmark. Click and have fun. Sketches Manipulation Playing with Fire (and Flames) Faces Quotes Istanbul - Tales Of Neon Edges
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  13. 'Chop Up and Save' Tools Effect Plugin Summary Chop up the current layer into tiles and save them to files. The resulting files may be packed into a single zip archive. Supported tile image formats: PNG - ARGB PNG w/o transparency - RGB BMP - ARGB BMP w/o transparency - RGB GIF JPG You may restrict the area to chop up by the current selection. Keywords Tiles, Save Tiles Author Martin Osieka Download >> Chop & Save 2.zip Installation Follow the in
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