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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
    4 points
  2. Thank you! Ive made a quick microphone model using the woven photo plugin
    4 points
  3. @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.
    3 points
  4. Done. Release version 1.1.0.0. Changes: Allow users to save non-square tiles Added a PluginSupportInfo attribute
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  5. 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
    3 points
  6. This release is going pretty smoothly! I just had to fix a few small things that were pointed out in the thread for the alpha release, and get the translations up-to-date. To get this update, make sure you have "Also check for pre-release (beta) versions" enabled in Settings, and then click on the Check Now button. (Unfortunately alpha/beta releases are not currently available for the Microsoft Store version of the app). You can also download and install this build directly: https://www.getpaint.net/files/zip/test/paint.net.4.215.7690.33565.install.zip Changes
    2 points
  7. This is near enough a copy of my TV and stand. Not the background.🙃
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  8. Hello Erakres, welcome to the forum. I'm not really sure what you require for a 3d model but perhaps these plugins could be of use: Woven photo - you could subsequently add a metallic effect. Any of the grid type plugins - Hexagonal grid could be useful as a starting point. There are various tutorials on how to create metal/chrome. The techniques could probably be adapted to mesh.
    2 points
  9. The ColorWheel Sliders are upside down in IndirectUI. Well, the track markers are correct, but the backgrounds are upside down.
    2 points
  10. Another possibility that is non-plugin is: Effects > Distort > Bulge
    2 points
  11. This is another work in progress.🙃
    2 points
  12. 🤣 I'm guessing that if I'd tried to make it look like melted cheese, I'd have gotten Peanut Butter 😁
    2 points
  13. @DjisvesI thought it was melted cheese as well.
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  14. Finding on the internet picture #1 was, to me, a powerful graphic of what was, a vision of the massive struggle by firemen struggling to battle the fires after the earthquake of April 18, 1906 in San Francisco California. I was struck by the possibility's of this picture and have tried to convey the monumental effect and efforts that were in play during this historical event. Sources: #1 National Archives photo UNRESTRICTED USE https colon slash slash catalog.archives.gov slash id slash 522951 #2 DWT594_httpswww.guardiansofthecity.orgphpAlbummain.phpcmd=imageorig&v
    2 points
  15. Great tutorial. Thanks!
    2 points
  16. Definitely do-able. Just remember to de-select the 'Link with Previous Path' button. This will definitely happen. So your shape will only be usable in 'Draw Shape Outline' mode. In below example, I color-filled the shape on a separate layer.
    2 points
  17. It's been long enough that we can do it again. Dice was also done twice. It gives a chance for newer people to do it, and for those who did it last time, you now have 3+ years of additional experience with Paint.NET to take advantage of.
    2 points
  18. xBRZ PaintDotNet Plugin This is a file type plugin. It's used to increase the resolution of an image while writing it out as PNG. The result can look especially nice for pixel art graphics. Here's the download: http://bit.ly/xBRZ-PDN-Plugin20210116-6 Source code repository: (I think this is visible to everyone...) https://dev.azure.com/intrepidis/xBRZ/_git/xBRZ.NET?path=%2FxBRZ PaintDotNet Plugin The build pipeline: (maybe there's a newer version there) https://dev.azure.com/intrepidis/xBRZ/_build?definitionId=1&_a=summary The xBR
    2 points
  19. ^^ Probably the best bet, but there is also this:
    1 point
  20. You've been a member of this forum for four and a half years. I'm sure you know how our necroposting rule works by now. If you don't, it's time you learned. Go read the forum rules. <not just closed, slammed shut>
    1 point
  21. 'ZIP Archive' FileType Plugin (.ZIP) Summary Loads/saves the content of a Paint.NET document (layers and metadata) from/to a compressed ZIP Archive. Each layer will be a separate file in the archive (or if the tiling feature is used a set of files where each file contains one tile). Several formats for the layer files are supported: PNG, BMP, GIF, and JPEG. Additionally a thumbnail and a composite image can be stored in the archive. Tiling of the image is possible. Save may chop up the layers into tiles and load will glue the tiles together to the original im
    1 point
  22. Red's Palette if anyone is interested.
    1 point
  23. I thought this was melted cheese. After a better look, it still looks like melted cheese to me 😁 Whatever it is, I like it.
    1 point
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  25. Nicely done Felix. I've taken the liberty of adding the menu location & an image of the new UI. I recently added to the guidelines to publishing plugins. The changes I made are in accordance with items 5 & 6 in the second post.
    1 point
  26. I think that might be do-able. The problem will be that the breaks in the dashed line are going to play havoc with the fill color ( if you choose that option). If you don't care about that give it a go. 😨
    1 point
  27. Added these to the main gallery. Enjoy 💗 Deceitful Treats Museum Display The Light is Coming . . . .
    1 point
  28. The Finish button will be activated immediately after you perform an action with one of the Tools: Magic Wand, Paint Bucket, Text, Gradient, Line / Curve, or Shapes.
    1 point
  29. I lose my cursor too! I'm glad it's not just me. I've switched to the dark theme - I don't really like it, but I can find my cursor now (I might not like the dark theme, but I LOVE paint.net. It really is SO useful.)
    1 point
  30. @TrevorOutlaw I just had to try it, Used Brush Factory and Zoom Blur effect
    1 point
  31. ____MY GALLERY____ This is my gallery, all drawings have made by Paint.NET, unless mentioned, I hope you will enjoy your visiting here and feedback is welcomed. Thanks **** ************************************************** A View to Hell Hidden Content: The two planets textures are Google Maps screenshots Both from Russia Nebula is a cloud photo Letters created in xara3D, all other effects are PDN Elements created in Anim8or and arranged in PDN Only leaves are real stocks
    1 point
  32. Hello, Hello! Welcome to My Gallery! I hope to share with you pictures that I have made or edited using Paint.net. I hope you all enjoy these pictures and have fun with your visit. Now, here are some pictures, most are a little old to me, but they are new to my gallery! Old Introduction -- I've been here for over a year now, and have participated in a handful of competitions, and yet it was only until recently that I actually shared something in the Pictorium (Image Umbrella: Desktop Art), however, that's about to change. I hope to build up this gallery and I hope it will be enjoya
    1 point
  33. I finally got to do the tut! Here's my result, Limon... This has many, many possibilities, depending on the picture you choose. I used this pic, which I made years ago in Incendia, a 3D fractal program... Thank you, Limon.
    1 point
  34. I have quite a few pieces in this gallery so this index is not the all inclusive list. It is an index of the main ones where I learned new techniques or tried new styles. Or ones I just particularly like and enjoy looking at. Note: in the banner above many of those are older pictures from prev. pictorium. Larger versions of most of them are on my DA. If you see something in the index below that looks interesting to you I encourage you to view the actual page to see the full size versions. There are many small details not captured in the thumbs. In many cases I've tried to incl
    1 point
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