Pixey

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  1. @Pokejedservo you can find the Plugin that incorporates "Illuminate 2D" here: You can turn things sideways with the Plugin called Shape3D: There is a tutorial for making a collage: Or, you can just bring each image into a new layer and re-size as necessary
  2. It is with great sorrow that I announce the death of our dear friend @Woodsy – Dave Wood on Monday 14th October, 2019. . As some of you may know, he suffered for many years from a congenital illness that affected his back, legs, arms and hands. However, more recently he was diagnosed with esophageal bone cancer on the 12th September 2019, which spread rapidly to other organs. He was in a lot of pain after the diagnoses, before going into a coma, at home, on the 1st of October. I know we will all miss him. He just loved working with Paint.net, as it helped him get through each day, because of his inability to leave his home. I had a lot of fun making the art for our collaborations, and he would do the animation. He also told me how he enjoyed re-vamping the Galleria and working with @Ego Eram Reputo and @ReMake God Bless @Woodsy may you rest in peace now.
  3. Hello @Jayplaygame and Welcome Paint.net uses the Windows Fonts. I did a little research and found these online: https://www.1001freefonts.com/dotted-fonts.php You will need to download the one you want and then put it into the Windows Font Folder on your computer. Then it will be available when you open PDN Good Luck
  4. Did you download the Zip file from the first page and then unzip it and copy the .dll to the Paint.net Effects Folder and then re-open PDN?
  5. Hello @Bubba11 and Welcome Please use this utility and then try to download Paint. net again from our site. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17588/fix-problems-that-block-programs-from-being-installed-or-removed
  6. Hello @jhndouglas2013 and Welcome to the Forum Once you download the Zip file a few steps are required. Here are some tips on installing Plugins. First look for it: Then install it:
  7. @Vagabondi I think your Avatar is 'priceless' đŸ¤Ŗ And Welcome đŸŒŧ
  8. Pixey

    Halloween Pumpkin

    You did great @DiDeDoD This is how we all began ........ trying out the tutorials
  9. Wow @lynxster4 Bambi is amazing and looks so smooth and rubbery 🤗 You really excelled with this one - great piece and they all look so cute together 😍
  10. Hi @Pokejedservo and Welcome Great 'tip' @dipstick I wish we had more tutorials on that Plugin. I'm getting too old to learn new tricks 🙀
  11. The Poll is now OPEN for the OotF#46 - A Belt Buckle - and will close on Saturday 19th October, 2019 at 2 PM EST and 7 PM UK time. Good Luck 🤗
  12. I'm really enjoying your Plugins @Xhin and you are very, very good at writing these
  13. I just love your sense of humor @Elvis Hbpbgrtnk đŸ¤Ŗ BTW - our poor @BoltBait is also in the dark ☚ī¸
  14. Oooooooo Very illuminating and crystal clear. It has a lovely shimmer to it. Great piece
  15. Happy Birthday @pyrochild Hope you have a wonderful Day.
  16. Yep - I thought I was the only one left 😁
  17. Hello @JeePeeNL and Welcome to the forum Paint.net is not a text editor. But you can do the same thing with layers, like this:
  18. Hmm - I just tried this and it works fine for me. Perhaps try doing this : OS (C:) – Program Files – Paint.net – scroll down to the PdnRepair.exe and run it. (If you have the Classic version of PDN.)
  19. Hello and Welcome @JeePeeNL I assume you are referring to this Plugin. When you use Text in Paint.net, it can't be edited after you commit it, as it is rendered as pixels. But - we recommend you place your text on it's own layer. If the text needs to be edited, the layer can be erased and the text retyped.
  20. Hello @jts25 and Welcome to the forum I am guessing that you have probably downloaded The Source Code, instead of the actual Zip file - which is denoted with a paper clip above the Source Code link. 1. Unzip the file and you will find instructions to put the .dll into the Paint.net Effects folder.
  21. That is a very impressive result @Rickhum and it looks so realistic. Great job and the colors are so vibrant in the explosive parts. I must look into TR's Kaboom - doesn't ring a bell - I must have missed that