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  1. Here's something that I made based on a dream. Of course my dream version is way better XD I dreamt that I forced a moon-like asteroid from crashing into a planet and repelling it back the way it came from, then later looking inside of the holes on the side of a game machine (like the pinball ones you see at like Chuck-E-Cheese's) and then seeing this awesome blue flame thingy (with solar flares like from the sun) and it had hundreds of moon-like planets circling it because of gravity. I thought the one I repelled came from there XD Well, this is my crappy version of that image, so enjoy X_x
  2. I'm just wondering if it's possible to make backgrounds like trees, rocks, mountains, etc. on Paint.NET. I've been a user of Paint.NET and no other image editing program for a long while, but I'm not the brightest person to fgiure things out on my own. :? I know we don't have airbrushing at the moment, but I do know we have other ways, like using Custom Brushes. I just don't know how to make realistic looking backgrounds. If anyone is willing to give me a little light, I'd be very grateful.
  3. Oh, I'm an idiot! ^^' I should have realized that by now! I've had Paint.NET for a long time, but I don't use it a lot. Thank you, both your answers have made sense! Now I can continue with my CGing!
  4. I've tried to use the search, but I couldn't find anything, so I'm sorry if someone already posted something similar to this >.< I had this drawing that I inked and scanned to the computer. I decided to give it a try at CG painting, but I saw that the lines were antialised and made it look bad when I tried to paint a color. Is there a good way to remove it, but not make it look really jagged and sharp either? :? Thanks so much for reading this! ^.^ Here's an example of what happens when I try to color something:
  5. I agree with Lionhearted. That's like one of the most awesomest pictures I've seen ^^ Just another abstract image that I made:
  6. Just some abstract thing I wanted to do. I'm always attracted to colors when it comes to any abstract image.
  7. I created this using the space tutorials put together. I was too lazy to make it look realistic though. But at least I actually put more effort into combining my work into one image, yayz!
  8. Umm, I can't seem to make the waterdrop. For some reason, my drop stays black even after I move the layer down. Is there anything I did wrong?
  9. Cool tutorial! ^^ I'll try this out. The red one you made looks a little blurry to me in my opinion, but eh, it's awesome anyways :3 Edit: This is what I made: Asplode! :O
  10. lol nice bubbles I could use these when I feel like bubbling x)
  11. Wow, awesome! I especially like the glassy part most of all. What I did: Umm, it was meant to be a rose -_- But I guess I pixelized it too large? Ah, oh well.
  12. Awesome! I never made animations before, but now I can Thanks!
  13. There's a tutorial on having a colored object in a Black and White image. http://paintdotnet.12.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?t=1263
  14. Oh, okay then. Thanks! P.S. 1800 posts - wow! :shock:
  15. I was just wondering, is there any way to delete one of the things you have done in the past? If I click on it to get it undone, all the other history I've made rewinds up to the certain one I'm trying to delete. Um, is there any way to just delete one of them from earlier? :oops: Thanks.
  16. Oops. I didn't really exactly know what Alpha Blending is, I just know that it's something about transparency.
  17. You can go here for an explanation for Antialiasing and Alpha Blending: C:\Program Files\Paint.NET\Help\en\Tools.html Antialiasing helps you draw things with better and more smoother edges. Alpha Blending controls the transparency of the image, I'm guessing.
  18. I'm new here, and I'm just wondering if you can do something with Paint.NET that I have seen with many graphics. Let's say on a picture, you can make a rectangle box. I've seen pictures that have those and inside the box is white colored, but at the same time being transparent, so you can see the background image through. Is there a way to do this with Paint.NET? :-/ :oops:
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