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  1. dipstick

    Denim Texture

    Looks good welsh.
  2. Be sure to tick the "internet" box, then click the Refresh button to update all filters.
  3. That looks awesome nitenurse79, looks like you've got the hang of that filter pretty quickly.
  4. That's very cool, I didn't know that was even possible....
  5. When you're done, do post an image of your results. I'm curious as to what you come up with....
  6. Nitenurse79, you are very beautiful. Hope you get out of the funk you're in and live life to the fullest. Wishing you happier times.
  7. Yes, I used my canon 70-300 mm lens at the full 300 mm @ F 5.6 to get the shallow DOF (depth of field). I shot in RAW and tweaked it a bit in DarkTable. It's an old camera now, but she still gets great shots now and then.
  8. Yeah, I like planes too. Here is one of my favorite shots...
  9. dipstick

    Denim Texture

    For all interested in making the satin bump-map, it's real easy in G'mic. 1) Load your image in PDN and duplicate the layer. 2) Select top layer and start G'mic. Type "satin" in the filter search field and select satin filter. 3) Adjust settings as desired and hit OK button. 4) Set blending mode on the bump-map layer to "Multiply" or whatever you like.
  10. dipstick

    Denim Texture

    Great idea with the zipper Pixey, got me thinking. Typical frustrations....☚ī¸
  11. dipstick

    Denim Texture

    Ooops, forgot to add wrinkles. Satin bump map, if anyone wants it...
  12. dipstick

    Denim Texture

    Thanks this will go great with custom embroidery font.
  13. Pretty good HyRez. You got skillz.. I'd post more of mine, but I don't want this to be a pissing match.
  14. Sorry for your loss. I still miss my old dog and he passed 3 years ago.🙁
  15. Thanks for the complement Pixey. Yes I do like my Harley and would be happy to take you, or any of the other fine Women that posted their picture on this thread for a ride on her. I also wouldn't mind having a few beers with Welsh or BoltBait, so I can pick their brains a bit....
  16. I'm usually behind the camera, not in front of it. Here's a picture of me drinking the local beer on my vacation to Portugal last Summer. Yes, I'm getting old, but still in decent shape...
  17. Was that you Pixie back in the day? Very hot... I've been into photography for a few years now. I've mostly shot sports and wildlife like this eagle I shot.
  18. The shape is one of racerx's. It was modified with G'mic's Illuminate 2-D Shape Filter. All PDN.
  19. Really, PS? you could've easily done this with free open source s/w. I wouldn't call that that a triumph by any stretch of imagination. But if it makes you happy, go for it...
  20. Gimp also supports Vector Graphics in the form of paths saved as .svg. Here are just some samples that I've made with Gimp and transferred to blender for rendering. Edit, many of those shapes were originally created with PDN using the ShapeMaker plugin, then made into paths in Gimp....
  21. This is actually good for making seamless texture patterns. I used my chrome butterfly to make this...
  22. I'm running Win7x64 in a VM that's locked down with no internet. I don't want to install the needed resources for the latest PDN version. Paint.net v4.0.19 works well enough with G'mic plugin v1.2.0, so I'll stick with that one.
  23. Version doesn't seem to work with my paint.net v 4.0.19 for some reason. EDIT: I just found that I can use v1.2.0 G'mic dll along with the newer v1.3.0 folder with the support files. Now I'm running G'mic v2.4.4 while using the compatible v1.2.0 G'mic dll for my PDN version. The best of both worlds now...
  24. You may also want to try out the G'mic plugin. It has a cartoon filter among many others..