Ego Eram Reputo

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About Ego Eram Reputo

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  • Birthday 11/03/1965

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    Web design & graphic design. Chess, modelling, gaming & trail running. Fiddling with C#.

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  1. Hopefully you downloaded a plugin from this forum 👍 In the thread where the plugin was released the author will have stated what type of plugin it is/was. If you can't find the thread, search for the plugin in the Plugin Index. The first colored tag tells you what type of plugin you have.
  2. You may need to create the folders manually. See
  3. For those interested in my logic, Depreciated is an accountancy term which roughly means "diminished value". Deprecated means "don't use this".
  4. What version of PDN are you using?
  5. Small change to the index today. I've changed the term Depreciated to Deprecated. The latter term more accurately describes the status of plugins in this category. I also removed the default check for this checkbox.
  6. Trying to get a small symmetrical circle using entire pixels (antialiasing Disabled) is rather more difficult than it seems. This post by PDN Rick Brewster explains If you toggle the antialiasing ON (from to in the toolbar) you'll get a much nicer circle BUT the width won't strictly be one pixel.
  7. You mean you want to scale an image so it looks like a model? Have a look at this tutorial... There is also a plugin which makes tilt-shifting easier
  8. I can fix your username for you. Please send me a PM (Private Message) with the details.
  9. I'm a BIG fan of these two plugins for this type of work... Use the top one to remove objects from an image (demo images in the thread). Use the bottom one to adjust height and width without losing significant content.
  10. MJW beat me to the Liquify recommendation. I'd also advise Point Warp if you're looking for a less intimidating option.
  11. 1. Draw an outlined shape. 2. Fill the center of the shape with the paint bucket tool with a fill style set to brick Ref .
  12. I checked the first 23 decimal places. From memory. Does this make me a nerd? ☺