Shuedini

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About Shuedini

  • Birthday 01/01/1970

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  1. Wow! I didn't really expect all that. Thanks for the nod. I'm working on a couple more right now. I'm trying to fine tune them to look the way I want. Once they are finished I'll be sure to put them up here! Edit - Here's something I've been working on. I think I got the look I wanted by using a tutorial found here. Again, it's 100% PDN.
  2. Thanks. I'm hoping to have many, many more done soon!
  3. I didn't know that you could smudge with paint.net. And I know it's not limited. I was just saying that I have a pretty good understanding of how to get things done with the program.
  4. A bunch of layers, some gradient, creative blending, curves adjustment. Really there were a lot of things that went into making this piece. Unfortunately, I didn't take notes along the way, so I can't tell you step by step how it was made.
  5. I've been messing around with paint.net for awhile now. I think I have a firm grasp on most of the things it has to offer. With that being said, here is one of my newest creations: Please let me know what you think about it. Any feedback is appreciated. Edit: This is 100% pdn!
  6. That's it! Maybe not that big, as on the cards that are produced the background color doesn't go all the way to the edges, but the effect is right on. So...how did you get it?
  7. The only thing I'm not really excited about is the color behind the player. I wish the clouds looked a little more "rugged." I used the eclipse tool to select an area and rendered some clouds in it. Then I threw down some blur. It's not really what I was shooting for though. Any ideas?
  8. Ok...I took your suggestion and ran with it. Instead of oil painting, I used pencil sketch with a tip size of 10 and a range of 7. Then I set the layer blending mode to overlay with a opacity of 200. Here is the outcome: It's not exactly like the one I posted earlier, but it's close enough for what I'm doing. Thanks for the help!
  9. Thanks for the response. I changed the title. Cutting the picture out is no problem. I've got that down pat. I used another tutorial to make the picture fade away...so that's not the issue. The main thing I need help with is the cutout picture. How do you make it look like a drawing like that with the nice crisp lines. I was hoping that someone could recreate the picture and do a tutorial so I can see how they did it.
  10. With everyone on here that is so awesome with paint.net I was hoping to find someone that could write up a tutorial on how to make something like this: I'm pretty sure this was done in photoshop with this image: I've tried a few different things but I can't get the picture to look nice and crisp. Any help is appreciated!
  11. I just downloaded the newest version of paint.net since it automatically checks for updates. While working on a project I get this: File: C:\Program Files\Paint.NET\Effects\Vandermotten.PaintDotNetEffects.dll Effect Name: Vandermotten.PaintDotNetEffects.DropShadowEffect Full error message: System.MethodAccessException: PaintDotNet.ColorWheel..ctor() at Vandermotten.PaintDotNetEffects.DropShadowConfigDialog.InitializeComponent() at Vandermotten.PaintDotNetEffects.DropShadowConfigDialog..ctor() at Vandermotten.PaintDotNetEffects.DropShadowEffect.CreateConfigDialog() at PaintDotNet.Menus.EffectMenuBase.RunEffect(Type effectType) I get it when trying to use the dropshadow effect. Can anyone help me get this corrected?
  12. Here is a little something I whipped up for my favorite Cardinal:
  13. Does anyone else have anything they've made similar to this? If so, I'd like to see it.