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  1. Well, i threw together this one at my last job for http://www.deedsofgod.com Very simple site, I thought it deserved a simple, but moving banner. courtesy of some tutorials for the background, and the nice looking font that came with Office, heh. This one is for a game project I've been doing GUI work for. They decided not to use it, so I never finished the background. But I thought the general look was really awesome. NOTE: The only non PDN aspect is the girl, that is from some art that was bought for the project. These next 2 were logo/icon concepts. they use the same girl as the previous image. Hope y'all like 'em... I've got a tutorial kickin' around somewhere. simple way to build a CD lookin' graphic. http://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=2010 Well, that's about it... everything else I've done is either in the game, or just lines on sattelite photos to show where the disc golf holes are... Let me know what y'all think.
  2. Just figure I'd throw in my $.02 It just seems to me that it's worth checking out some more community driven development. I'm not saying to move the entire thing to that, but I think it would be an interesting study to create a community driven branch of PDN, perhaps OpenPDN or something like that, where it's just up on an svn server or something and the community drives some of the development. I, personally, would love to see the comparison of the 2 products after 6-12 months and see if some of the arguments against community driven development, such as lack of stability and/or confusing code, really are worse in this environment than in a more controlled environment. Like I said, just my oppinion on the subject. I certainly won't stop using PDN if this doesn't happen, and I still think it's one of the best graphics editors out there, and definately the best FREE one I've seen as far as being intuitive and user friendly. As I said, I just think it would be an interesting study in what actually happens with the 2 different development philosophies. Especially since PDN already has such an avid plugin community, which to me is kind of "community based development" already, I think this project in particular has some pretty good potential to benefit from the community far more than it could lose.
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