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  1. Vanishing Trails is similar to pyrochild's classic Trail plugin, but adds perspective. The plugin (Version 2.0, Sept. 12, 2020): Vanishing Trails.zip The Help menu describes the controls: The User Interface: Most of the controls are self-explanatory, but the Spacing Adjustment may require some explanation. Consider the left (red) ellipse in this example: When interpreted as an ellipse perpendicular to the viewing direction, the spacing makes sense. However, if it's interpreted as a tilted circle
    12 points
  2. Hope everyone is still well! Haven't really done much in PDN while I was off for 6 weeks. πŸ™„ Opted to spring clean my home instead. Got lots done...yeah! This piece is based on a shape I was working on back in January and February...finally finished it. I have two versions...can't decide which I like better. I present Parrot Paradise Hope you enjoy them! 😊 (Both are clickable)
    12 points
  3. Over here.... https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/116364-math-support-latex/... physics_teacher asked if there was a way to "render on-the-fly latex in my diagrams". Unbelievably, my masterful Dr Scott's Markup Renderer was not doing the job. Wha....? Anyway, I decided to write a much smaller and more specific plugin to render Math LaTeX equations using paint.net. Download it by hitting the big blue button >> Download Installation: Unzip the file Copy both DLL files to one of these two locations (depending on which version
    10 points
  4. Here is what I consider my "Essential", award winning , plugin pack for Paint.NET v4.2.12 and beyond. It includes 46 plugins in 36 files, 1 palette file, and 48 shapes. This allows you to pick and choose to install only the effects you want. Then, later you can run the installer and uncheck an item to uninstall it. When you see in this post, you can click it for more information (including source code in some cases). To install, download this file to your Desktop, unzip it, and run the install program. Download Donate I'm going thro
    9 points
  5. Music notes available from: https://www.transparentpng.com/download/live-music-calendar-photo_3767.html
    9 points
  6. Hi guys, after a short break (5 years? πŸ˜‰), working quite intensive in sw development for mobile network testing in R&S (5G, IoT, v2x), I' m back and like to spend some time to recover and improve my plugins. Recover because 5 years ago I lost access to ComSquare which hosted the plugins and most of the source code (including backups). Thanks a lot to the people in the forum who replaced the ComSquare links with local copies of the plugins or even improved the code to allow the plugins to work in the current version of paint.net. Well done. I will start to co
    9 points
  7. This plugin can be used to render Julia set fractals using a variety of settings. Adding color options would have made the UI too big, but it can be achieved using my Duotone Gradient Mapping plugin. I hope you enjoy this one! Download: Advanced Julia Fractal.zip Can be found in Effects > Render > Advanced Julia Fractal Previews: Code: (Made in a few hours, so there is probably a lot to improve) // Name: Advanced Julia Fractal // Submenu: Render // Author: Pascal // Title: Advanced Julia Fractal // Version: 1.0.0 // Desc: /
    9 points
  8. Mise En Abyme creates a recursive picture-within-a-picture, like on the Quaker Oats box, often also referred to as the Droste effect. The plugin DLL (versions 1.1.0, 24 Oct 2020): Mise En Abyme_1.1.0.zip The region in which the canvas image is copied is determined by the selection. The plugin is in the Selection (not the Distort) menu for two reasons. First it requires a selection; second, the Distort menu is getting quite crowded -- at least mine is. The Help Menu: Mise En Abyme recursively copies the canvas image into a selection to achie
    9 points
  9. The Waves Love them or hate them - they just keep on moving. And it's another summer... - Summertime - - Carry On - - Purple Cafe - - Imagination - - Ship That Passes In The Night - - Beaching - - Pretty Fly - - Goths Are Humans Too - - The Rock - - See You Again - Thanks for you visit. Swim Not Sink!
    9 points
  10. Violin made in paint.net.
    8 points
  11. This plugin transforms a rectangular region into an Archimedean spiral. It's in the Distort menu. Plugin DLL (Version 1.0.0): Archimedean Spiral.zip The description from the Help menu: Archimedean Spiral transforms a rectangular region from an image into an Archimedean spiral. The controls are: Transform Clipboard Image: Specifies that the image to transform should come from clipboard instead of the canvas. This option is disabled if the clipboard does not contain an image. Center Transformation at Center of Clipboard Objects: Specifies that whe
    8 points
  12. Ordered from newest to oldest. #8 - Super realistic Earth. I used the Shape3D plugin to render the layers into 3D. The water, land, clouds, cloud shadows, and atmosphere are all on separate layers to allow for more accuracy. All the images come from SolarSystemScope. The reason why Africa is so big is that Shape3D doesn't seem to support Mercator projection, I don't know what projection it's using. #7 - Earth using real textures. I used the Shape3D plugin to render the layers into 3D. The water, land, clouds, cloud shadows, and atmosphere are all on s
    8 points
  13. As usual I failed to see this post at the appropriate time- sigh. I am a shy person by nature so I usually forgo real pictures of real me. Example: But as so many of you have shown your real world selves, I guess I can too........OK,OK I getting there........AKKKK! ----Here: Steve, also known as-----
    8 points
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  15. A dark theme is now installed! Keep in mind, the theme is maintained by a third party, so we can only give it minimal support. If it breaks in the future, we may just uninstall it.
    8 points
  16. OMG! Look who I bumped into... @BoltBait and @toe_head2001! I was driving half way across the country and stopped in Salt Lake City, Utah for the night. We met up for lunch (and a nice chat about CodeLab) before I headed out toward California.
    8 points
  17. Hello, I want to share with you my take on redesigned paint.net icon which would fit better with new Microsoft's fluent icons. I made two versions, first one more classic, second one simpler a bit more readable. Higher res: https://imgur.com/a/u5mvXqC
    8 points
  18. A simple method that works surprisingly well is: - Put a black-and-white ray image in the lower layer. - Put a high-contrast black-and-white picture in the top layer (perhaps strictly black and white, though it doesn't have to be). - Set the top layer's Blending Mode to Overlay. - Apply a Gaussian blur to the lower layer. For a 800x600 image, I used a blur radius of 2. - After the layers are merged, the contrast and brightness can be tweaked, if desired. Photo>Sharpen may also be useful. Voila!
    8 points
  19. As some of us have been worrying about what happened to @Seerose she is FINE ........... Hooray I just heard from her to say she's well, but been busy with some family things and she says a Big Hello to all on the forum 😍
    8 points
  20. Thanks to @Vagabondifor explaining to me how the Gallery works and encouraging me to make one. I hope you enjoy some of my works that never end up the way I imagined but they organically appear eventually. To view image in full, please click the thumbnail. πŸ”Ί πŸ”Ί πŸ”ΊπŸ”Ί Creations shared on 4/15/21 Discovering Pineapple Delight Majestic Creatures Simple Pleasures Discovery Space Shuttle - Serengeti Image - By Personal pi
    7 points
  21. This horse profile was in my clipart Microsoft Word. it was a tiny clipart stamp.( that would be the abstract horse below). To make Featherwind, I used Paint.net to remove all teh background and make a .png image of the horse, Blu effects, I changed the color of the horse using Adjustments and Effects. i took pictures of feathers ,some free on internet and some I actually took pictures of and used Paint to make them .png. then I made native American artifacts, and made the mane with furblur, and lines and reshaped them into a string of mane. I took a picture of a real Horses eye and
    7 points
  22. Never used before plugins: Helix by @Red ochre Spiral by @MadJik Fibonacci Fill by @Ego Eram Reputo Eliminate Dark/Light by @ReMake Cuboids by @Red ochre Hexagonal Grid Trail Blur by @MJW True Blur by @Ed Harvey Drop Shadow by @Kris Van Motten Many, many layers & blend modes, erasers.
    7 points
  23. Facet by @Red ochre Bulge Many layer blend modes, Gaussian blur, Feather by @BoltBait AA's Assistant by @dpy.
    7 points
  24. This plugin allows HEIC images to be loaded and saved with transparency, and adds a few more options when saving. It replaces Paint.NET's built-in HEIC support. This plugin may produce smaller files than Microsoft's encoder for grayscale images. For most color images Microsoft's encoder is faster and produces smaller files. Compatibility: 4.2.14+ Installation: 1. Close Paint.NET. 2. Place HeicFileTypePlus.dll, HeicFileTypePlusIO_x86.dll and HeicFileTypePlusIO_x64.dll in the Paint.NET FileTypes folder which is usually loca
    7 points
  25. Original image from a serif resource disc.
    7 points
  26. Upon her request. This is the face behind the messages during my spell in the hospital. Introducing my lovely daughter - Svea.
    7 points
  27. So we think 2020 was bad. Personally, some awful things did go down. However, I can remember years too that were bad. Endless drought, fires, floods, illnesses that we were not sure of surviving. Globally we survived, challenged ourselves & grew. Changed, learnt new things, evolved. Left behind people & things that no longer served to build us up. Each year I have started the year with what I would like to see in the coming year. In thinking about this I have come too realise it has all come true one way or another. It depends on your attitude on how you view things. This year
    7 points
  28. \ Plugin DLL: RectangleToArchimedeanSpiral.zip This is a beta version of a new plugin I'm writing. It's in the Distort menu It's mostly done. I just need to tweak a few things and add a Help menu. I'm releasing a beta version before I do those things in the hope that it might be useful to @Fiz, who asked whether such a thing was available. It seemed like an interesting problem (and it was), so I wrote this plugin. If there are any requests for improvements, now's a good time for them. CodeLab code:
    7 points
  29. Hello friends! Today I'll be showing you how to use PDN to emulate Pool Caustics. First things first: what are Pool Caustics? A caustic is just a fancy word for the little shimmery light thingies you see under water. Here's an example: The big boys at NVIDIA and the other graphics folks want you to think you need to do ray tracing, and use GPUs, and simulate fluid dynamics to get these nice rings, but I'm here to tell you they're lying to you. We can do this 2000's style: back when computers only had 1 processing unit, and everyone hated Justin Bieber. All you nee
    7 points
  30. Over the years, there have been many reports of crashes with this plugin. I believe I have fixed the issue, but I need some people to test the plugin and make sure it still functions 100% properly.
    7 points
  31. @Vagabondi Thank you so much I had a hankering for something different ..... I'm working on a portrait at the moment, which is taking so long, that I needed a little break from it - so a jewel it is! The Mystery
    7 points
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