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  1. with the feather plug in, its not the same. this seems to make paint.net more of a picture editing program than a picture creation program. for instance, in photoshop, you can draw with hard brushes and soft brushes. and for most people it is crucial to use both. and they are used so much there is a shortcut key to soften and harden the edges. while you are drawing.
  2. is there a way to get soft brushes? like the edges of the brush are not hard lines, but rather soft. kind of like they gradiate out from the middle? its hard to explain, if you dont understand ill try to explain further. sorrry, if this is a noob question.
  3. the feather plug indoesnt do what i need. im sorry, its hard to explain, but i was looking to make each brush stroke feathered around the edges, WHILE i am painting. and i cant stop getting those corcles with the transparency...
  4. ok, that helped. i can use that photoflood plugin. i searched and found it. after playing around some more, i noticed a few more things i had questions about. is there "soft edges" available for brushes? this, to me is VERY important. i thought about blurring after and it just isnt the same, as i need to see each stroke "painted" with a soft edge. another thing, when i turn down the alpha transparency on a brush, i see the individual circles in the brush stroke. can i get rid of that?
  5. wow, im surprised what you can get with this free program. i been playing with it for a while and im very impressed. but there was a few things i couldnt find, or maybe its just not in the program. 1 - textured paper. is there a way to do that? maybe not the paper be textured, but wat about the brush strokes be textured... i dont know if i said it right. heh 2- custom brushes. well, maybe not just custom, but sumthin other than a circle. 3-gettin rid of some of the menus. i have a tablet pc and the screen is kinda small. so i was wondering if there was sumthin like that option in photoshop that gets rid of the menus. u get waht i mean? if u dont understand, ill try to explain more. i searched the forum for answers but couldnt come up with anything. anyway, i luv the program, and anything that supports pen pressure with my tabletpc just gives me a hard-on. (sometimes i just use that as a stylus ) :wink: anyway, thanks for the help, IF you can help me. :EDIT: i jsut found the fill. for the paintbrush. that looks kinda generic. but sumtihn like that is wat i am talkin about for the number 1 i listed above.
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