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  1. Not really, but perhaps I didn't explain my self well. Imagine we have this image: https://ibb.co/HGk0Sy6 and I want the fracture effec to be something like this: https://ibb.co/wd34C8m and then the separation of the fracture, and the result, to be something like this: https://ibb.co/52xqZMx
  2. Hey everyone, I'm looking for an explosion effect. To be precise on what I want to do is an effect that will take the image, fracture it into some parts around the center, and then will move the parts away from the center based on some slider (or something in that sort). how can I achieve such an effect? I hope I explained my self well, but if not let me know and I'll try to make something together to explain it better.
  3. @Pixey I'm not sure what you mean by the background is not really transparent. The image I showed is a screenshot and the bakground contains colors because the transparent pixels aren't really transparent in a ss, but rather the actual cube paint.net renders on transparent pixels. but thx anyway! @Djisves I actually tried the plugin and it worked - thanks!
  4. I have the following image: and as you can see there are transparent lines between the circles. I want to fill them so they'll match the border (either the outer or the inner, doesn't matter). How can I do that?
  5. I'm looking to create a spiral where: - The line has a big width (using a 8k img, need around 300 units) - The width of it is biggest at the center, and gets smaller until 0 at the "outer edge" I tried to use this Spiral Plugin: I thought about doing it with the Secondary Color line, and filling between the lines so it will end up like the width I wanted, but the space between the 2 lines is actually smallest at the center and bigger as it spiral "outside", which is the opposite of what I'm looking for.
  6. @Ego Eram Reputo oh wow that's a cool application! @lynxster4 yw. Post the results in here so we can all see - I know I'm interested! @Seerose thanks, and you welcome!
  7. This plugin is simply but I couldn't find any other way to do what I needed - so I created it my self. The plugin will follow the shape from the center point, and will paint a gradient from it based on the inside distance. Download FloodFillGradient.zip Installation instructions: http://boltbait.com/pdn/InstallingEffects.php Menu: Object -> Flood Fill Gradient Using the following source image: Can easily result into As you can see, at the center of the image it's black (prim
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