lynxster4

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  1. Wow, another image that looks real! Beautiful pearl-essence on the beads. The clasp is interesting, as well. Looks like it has very intricate details embedded in it. Lovely work @Pixey!
  2. Nice @LionsDragon! How did they see through it? 😁 Wood frame is superb. Looking forward to the house, as well!
  3. Interesting, alternate way of making the threads @NSD! Thank you for the info and rep point!
  4. Fantastic spark plug @welshblue! I have to echo the same sentiments as some above comments...looks like a photo! You have really nailed down Shape3D and MJW's plugins to give really polished results on anything that you post. Great work! 😁
  5. @Roger the Dodger Thank you so much for your kind words! Ready to move on...I hear parts of Europe are just sweltering. Take care! Thank you, dear @Seerose You're always there...that's what friends do...πŸ˜‰ @welshblue...thank you! Yes, blame it all on Brexit...good a scapegoat as any! Thank you, @Pixey I'm so glad you like it! @barbieq25 thank you for the beautiful compliment! And many thanks to @Eli, @zaya, @Woodsy and @ReMake for rep points! And, of course, you lovely people mentioned above! πŸ˜€
  6. Great tutorial @welshblue! You are always so innovative! Wonderful how a little tilt before using Texture Object Rounder gives you just what you want. I did that on a couple of my text tuts. Here's my go at it...do you have your tetanus shot? Cheers! 😁
  7. Made this using @zaya's new kaleidoscope/mandala plugin found here. Check it out, it's pretty cool! I'm ready to say bye-bye...it's been grossly hot and humid and we have severe thunderstorms racing through everyday. It feels like Florida. I'm stoked for some cooler weather. Hope you like 'Farewell to Summer'. I used my Gemstone TGA technique on the lettering. Enjoy! 😁
  8. Nice plugin @zaya! This gives us more options for kaleidoscopes. Feathering is a nice touch!
  9. Just stunning @barbieq25! I love 'Raindrops in Winter' and 'Titanium Rain'. All are absolutely lovely wallpapers! I like @Woodsy's first image...it has a bit more texture to it.
  10. Wow, that's so awesome and imaginative @Rickhum! But I have to wonder; what did the poor little duckies do to deserve a swim on the river Styx? 😨 Gives me the chills...a perfect representation of what hell might look like! 😱
  11. Congrats to @welshblue and @Pixey! πŸ’ πŸ’ All the hats were superb! Well done everyone! Thank you @Pixey for the hosting!
  12. Looks like a photo! Well done @dipstick I'd never be able to tell them apart.
  13. Hi @zaya and welcome! We would love to try your new plugin. You need to rebuild the dll file under a different name...maybe zkaleidoscope? I saw you put it in a different submenu but it's still writing over MadJik's plugin because his dll file is named the same. I'm sure the PDN users are not going to want to move dll files in and out of the Effects folder. If you could make that change, it would be great! Thank you for the new plugin!
  14. Happy Birthday @doughty! πŸŽ‚ Wishing you the bestest day! πŸ’
  15. Bravo @ReMake for bringing all these different variations together in one tutorial! Between all the 'graveyard' resurrections and tuts like these, you are keeping very busy for the betterment of the PDN community!
  16. The theme this week is – "Favorite Summertime Activity" Chosen by ( @lynxster4 for @welshblue SOTW #206 winner) This week you're challenged to design and create a signature to look like β€˜Favorite Summertime Activity’. Examples can be viewed here and here. The deadline for entries is 7:00 pm (UK time) 2:00 pm (EDT) on Saturday, August 24th, 2019. To see how that equates to other countries, here is a link to the World Time Competition Rules Max dimensions are 500 x 200. Please NOTE: The forum limits signatures to 500 x 150, if it is too large do not try to use it as your regular signature. Please keep your signature family-friendly. Please keep to the theme that has been set. You may modify or replace your image until the deadline! Don’t violate copyright laws with found images; links to source images would be courteous. Your entry must be made using Paint.net; please don't use an outside image editor and try passing it off as PDN work. There are three entries per entrant allowed. Don’t add links to larger versions of your signature. Your entry should be voted on based on the size laid out in rule #1. Please keep larger versions of your work for your gallery. Signatures may be either horizontal or vertical. The winner of the current SOTW gets to choose the subject for the next competition. Good luck all and thank you in advance for entering. Thanks to - chrisco97, Sozo, TheHowler, Nitenurse79, Chimay, DrewDale & Pixey for keeping this comp going in the past. Previous comps have included the following topics as listed Here compiled by MJW. This list will perhaps assist future winners with a theme. This thread is for posting your entries only. If you want to talk about any of the entries, you can do so in the discussion thread found here.
  17. @barbieq25 The wallpaper looks great, dark and moody for sure! The raindrops look like blood or on a cheerier note...nectar? Wish you included a full-size image so I could see it better. EDIT: Links works just fine. Lovely!
  18. Congratulations to the winners! 1st Place: is @welshblue with 6 votes 2nd Place: is @lynxster4 and @Seerose with 4 votes each 3rd Place: is @dipstick and @Pixey with 3 votes each Great entries from everyone! WOW! Everyone won today; good job! πŸ’₯
  19. Smart and thought-provoking @TrevorOutlaw Wonderful work!
  20. Looks wonderful @MJW! Another toy to play with! 😁
  21. Nicely done @welshblue Looks like a real pack of smokes!
  22. WOW! Now I have claustrophobia! 😨 That is pretty cool technique @TrevorOutlaw Thanks for sharing!
  23. Beautiful glass rendering of the Windows logo @Pixey! Nice reflections you have going on.
  24. lynxster4

    Glassy Marbles

    My glassy marble... So many variations, depending on texture used. Thanks to @Woodsy for the PDF!