BobC

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  1. Is there any way to download individual plugins from your plugin pack, like Oil Painting+? I can't seem to find where, if it's possible. My pc is bloody potato and last time I was up to about 20 plugins PDN start freezing and crashing all the time and I had to do a new install, so I'm nervous to download a pack of so many plugins.
  2. Hello, I've been an artist for 30+ years, but only recently discovered digital art creation, out of boredom, because of a back injury that had me stuck lying down for a couple of weeks.

    I started on my tablet at first, but once I was able to sit up at my pc I started exploring art programs for computers and discovered paint.net about 2 months ago.

    I've found some very helpful plugins on the forum, but stumbled upon your ShapeMaker yesterday and had to write to say thank you to you and @toe_head2001, @Red ochre, @Ego Eram Reputo, @BoltBait (Hope they can see these tags!)... for revolutionizing the way I make art, now, and should prob thank  @Rick Brewster too for making this incredible program in the first place. 
    I apologize to anyone I missed or if this isn't the right place to post this, but thank you, all!

  3. BobC

    Clean line edges

    Well, anti aliasing disabled looks great on straight lines, but now I've noticed it looks horrible on curved lines and will likely make prints look bad. But how does anti aliasing look printed? Oy!
  4. BobC

    Clean line edges

    That did it! Thank you so much!
  5. Total newb here. I couldn't find an answer to this in the search, so I hope I'm not repeating a question. I'm trying to find out how to get clean edges where 2 colors meet. For instance, if I draw a black line on a white background there is a one pixel wide gray line around all edges of the black line where it meets the white background (see attachment). Is there a setting or other way to stop this from happening, make the colors meet without discolored pixel edge, before I even make my line, so that I don't have to keep zooming in and cleaning up the edges manually? (Which is super tedious). In case it helps, the image I'm currently working on is 6500x6500 at 300dpi. Thanks for your time!