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  1. How to clear the beach within seconds ....... today on our beach.
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  2. Little bit off topic but the 'Insects' topic reminded me that I just assembled the UGEARS model 'Butterfly'. The rubber-band 'motor' allows the butterfly to flap the wings. I'm using a Brother ScanCutter to create puzzles and other paper models. Be inspired 😉
    5 points
  3. I'm on the right!
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  4. I am Pfhinking fou must have had a Phunny Pfing happen aphterwards. Hope you are Phine pfoon 😁
    4 points
  5. A recent study has found that 1 in 3 men are as stupid as the other 2.
    3 points
  6. Pretty dross but my latest.
    3 points
  7. It looks like that you prefer to see them in an aquarium. I really like your sig.
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  8. I guess 6 years ago, I got a Wacom Intuos Pro Wireless. I tried to use it in paint.net but it wasn't working properly (same with gimp and inkscape)(Win 7). After a short while the tablet found its rest somewhere in the cellar. Yesterday I got it again in my hands (searching for something different) and thought I should give it a try. After loading the battery and installing drivers it worked immediately on Win 10. The functionality in paint.net is limited (as we know) but the drawing is smooth. Win 10 offers hand writing for different kind of applications and the the detection rate
    2 points
  9. Retired now, but I was a "grade-checker", the one who set up control for the bulldozer drivers/excavators/other equipment operators, maybe you've noticed on large construction projects wooden lathes with colored ribbons on them? My job. Diff colors = diff numbers (in feet), , , , -c- I also ran the machines but prefered bein' on the ground!
    2 points
  10. Release version 1.1.12. Changes: Updated to AOM version 3.1.0. Default to using lossless compression for the alpha channel. This matches the behavior of libavif. It can be disabled by unchecking the "Lossless Alpha Compression" check box. Reduce memory usage when reading the XMP data.
    2 points
  11. There has been no response via text. EDIT: He said it is likely a panic attack.
    2 points
  12. I have no idea is this is possible, but I think it would be much more convenient if clicking on one of the "Topics" links on the right side of the head page lead to the recent post it corresponds to, rather than to the first page of the thread.
    2 points
  13. If there is some time left I will create a gif. The UGEARS models are really cool, the biggest issue is that the rubber-bands are dying after one or two years. I will show some of the models in the construction zone. Still thinking about some paint.net Maker tools which work together with the cutter.
    2 points
  14. It is fascinating to read the different stuff people do for a living, including what they did previously. To build on my current role, I was previously an Electronic Technician for 2 years at the same company I am currently employed by, and before that Electronic Assembler (same company). I have been employed by the same company for going on 16 years and strong. I once held a job as for a door manufacturer for 3 years before I had enough of them (that company eventually folded after being bought out 3 times after I left). Before the pandemic hit, I also serve as an aco
    2 points
  15. Thank you @DrewDale for your kind words, it's humbling to know that something that started life as a bunch of rough idea's on note paper, can end up influencing or changing the direction in peoples lives.
    2 points
  16. Should this not read respected, retired pop star? Your bands second album Afternoons in Utopia, sound tracked my journey from where I was, to what I wanted to achieve. And thanks to artists like you, I reached my goal. 100% respect for that.
    2 points
  17. @Ladybug@Pixey Thanks! I trained for 10 years to pump them up 😀
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  18. In my high school days I worked at two nursing homes, delivering the meal trays and feeding the residents who could not do it themselves. I grew fond of many of them as they told me cool stories. I have also been a bank teller at 2 different banks, a Quality Control Monitor for Visa International and my longest job and one I really enjoyed was as an Editorial Technician handling the multi-media products written and edited by several lawyers. Have also worked in a grocery store in pretty much all departments they needed help, and for the Department of Veterans Affairs I worked as a medical clai
    2 points
  19. I'm a programmer, but I've had my fair share of odd jobs over the years. My first real paid job was a math tutor. This was back when I was in high school. Fun story from when I was in 10th grade: I also math tutor in an unpaid capacity: I had a class period where I would tutor some of the students in the 'independent studies' program. I'm pretty sure I received some high school credits for this, but I don't remember the details. Anyways, this happen during 4th period. After that was lunch, and then I ended the day with two periods of physical education! So y
    2 points
  20. Should've fixed it half a year ago, but I put it off. BrushFactorySettings.xml should be automatically created if it doesn't exist, so the plugin is no longer inaccessible to basically everyone. Sorry for that delay.
    2 points
  21. I am a senior lecturer at the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics. I teach such subjects as Computer Graphics Algorithms, Digital Signal Processing, Computer Systems and Networks.
    2 points
  22. Just a footnote the problem I had with the initial update: the problem was almost certainly nothing to do with any other program it was most likely an early symptom of a series of problems which developed on that PC in the subsequent weeks. I had BSDs at random, browser tab crashes and SFC reporting multiple problems it couldn't fix. After a lot of research and not a few cul-de-sacs in diagnosing where the trouble was I ran a Windows Memory Diagnostic test almost out of frustration and it reported a hardware issue. Long story but thanks to various IT forum advice I ran Memtest86 fr
    1 point
  23. Thee is a Plugin called Random Shape Fill that should do the job for you: Random Shape Fill - Plugins - Publishing ONLY! - paint.net Forum (getpaint.net)
    1 point
  24. Try this setup. Reference image is on the left. My output on the right, created from one gray dot layer and three orange square layers: How you're going to transfer this into something useful is beyond me! 😁 I didn't play with the horsie. I suspect gray in the top two images might be a blending indicator. I'm seeing White is not blended at all while Black is fully used. Grays are somewhere in between. My conclusion is that maybe the inverse Luminosity of the gray-based images affects how much they are blended.
    1 point
  25. Some of you may notice that some of my filters has broke. That's because @G'MIC has updated gmic internals to have functions like fill(), and repeat(), and I had made a commit to replace for loop with repeat(). It's done because they are to be optimized. So, one should wait until next g'mic update to use them.
    1 point
  26. The original photo looks to me a fairly simple monochrome image taken with a, I'd guess, medium telephoto lens at a fairly wide aperture giving a fairly shallow depth of field. If you look the nose, eyelashes (extensions?) and the stalk of the cherry, they're all slightly out of focus as a result of the latter. In portraits the eyes, 99% of the time, must be in sharp focus but other elements can be slightly soft (like the tip of the nose) without it compromising the image. The out of focus softness of the hair at the left and right edges actually frames the photo quite
    1 point
  27. Just wait for the second one! 🙃
    1 point
  28. That button is Ctrl-I What that does is invert your selection. It is impossible for an effect to change pixels that aren't selected. So, simply invert your selection, run the effect, then you can invert your selection again to select the originally selected pixels.
    1 point
  29. Use Edit/Invert selection first? https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/SelectionTools.html
    1 point
  30. Yes, I smiled at the response & thought, wow, you are so much more than that.
    1 point
  31. I used to be a Mural artist, worked with David Vaughan in the 70s. He painted John Lennon's Rolls in the 60s. Ended up as painter and decorator.
    1 point
  32. Everyone's path is different. Life is not a competition, it is a journey. When I need my hair done, I go to a professional (someone like yourself), I don't try to do it myself. I'd just make a mess of it. That said, if you want to compete with someone... compete with yourself!
    1 point
  33. Arturo Trial Font - 1001fonts.com Bee Shapes - clipart-library.com Honey Bear - clipart-library.com Wood Background Texture - created using a tutorial
    1 point
  34. Background image - own stash. Buzzin Beez from the same link provided by @barbieq25 Here
    1 point
  35. Makes the canvas opaque by setting alpha to 255 for all pixels. Effects > Texture > Remove Transparency RemoveTransparency.dll This plugin removes transparency from the selection in cases where you are working with pdn files or your file type doesn't have an option to save without transparency. It works well alongside my Clean Transparent plugin to improve compression in cases where transparent sections are not important. It can also fix almost-opaque sections inside a shape without removing the alpha channel for the whole image. Download the complete pl
    1 point
  36. TechnoRobbo's Custom Random Filler (AKA Custom Shape Filler) (This one was a request) Fills your image with a png in varying sizes and rotation V1.5.1 has a surrender mode In regular mode it will not place an image that does not fit the settings but it will make 10000 attempts per image clone to try fit the image. In Surrender Mode if the plugin is required use settings that limit it's options for image placement it will make 3000 attempts then surrender and place the image in a random location. v1.5.0.+ New "No Overlap" option Hidden Content: v 1.4.7 sort
    1 point
  37. It Zigs! It Zags! It's a Ripple Plugin! Version 1.1 includes Vertical Zig Zagging Menu: Effects->Distort The Modulator modifies the Carrier Amplitude. The Example Valley of the Gods The Code Hidden Content: // Submenu: Distort // Name: TR's ZigZag // Title: TR's ZigZag - v1.1 // Author: TechnoRobbo // URL: http://www.technorobbo #region UICode double Amount1 = 10; // [1,100] Carrier Frequency double Amount2 = 0.5; // [0,3] Carrier Amplitude double Amount3 = 0.5; // [0,1] Carrier Offset double Amount4 = 2; // [1,1
    1 point
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