mackenzieh

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  1. For me, when I get asked to download it, it downloads, but then it says it says "Index was outside of the bounds of the array" I am using the current version of PDN which is 4.2.8.
  2. Has this plugin been updated? I ask because when I go to download the new version, it says "Index was outside of the bounds of the array".
  3. gmic has been updated to version 2.6.6. The pre release is 2.6.7. Check the gmic site often for updates. The site is: https://gmic.eu/
  4. Oh, okay. Do you know when that will be? I ask because on the gmic site, the gmic plugins for Krita and Gimp have been updated to 2.6.2 and paint.net is listed as having an update.
  5. I have Gmic loaded to paint.net, except it is the previous version 2.6.1. 2.6.2 is not loading for some reason and paint.net just updated to version 4.1.7. I have placed the gmic.dll and the gmic folder in the Effects PDN folder. I am using Windows 10 64Bit.
  6. I tried it out and I don't receive any errors.
  7. I will take this a bit further and ask, does this plugin work with the current version of PDN which is 4.1.6?
  8. Does this plugin work for PDN 4.0+ ?
  9. Thanks. The updated version is now 2.5.3 in case you're wondering. https://gmic.eu/
  10. Your result came out so much better than mine.
  11. Here's my attempt at the laptop: It's not the best but I tried. I used Welshblue's smartphone tutorial for the top, then I used Welblue's metal button tutorial for the webcam button, and the laptop tutorial from the site.
  12. Just a heads up, I use GIMP as well as PDN, and G'MIC is updated quite often, so be prepared to have the updated versions handy with PDN and its updated versions.
  13. I was wondering if there was a tutorial on how to create a laptop in PDN. I have looked everywhere.. youtube, here, random google searches, other PDN boards and I have come up empty. I'm just curious to know what a laptop could look like in PDN. Thanks, Mackenzie
  14. Thank you, @AndrewDavid. I did place the file in the effects folder. Happy painting and Merry Christmas to you too.
  15. What is the pdb file and where does it go?