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Ego Eram Reputo

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  1. No plugins required! Try these steps, Effects > Distort > Dents. Set the Scale to half of the default value (around 6.75). Set the Refraction to 15. What you're trying to do with these settings is to give any straight edges a bit of an organic feel by introducing a bit of "wobble". Effects > Artistic > Oil Painting. Lower the brush size & set the Coarseness above 200. Actual values here will depend on the detail in your image. If you want the image to be even more chunky. Apply the Oil Painting effect again using Ctrl and F.
  2. Are you using a non-standard DPI setting in Windows? What happens if you change it?
  3. No, they don't. Edit: Incorrect - see @BoltBait's answer below. Make sure you're using the correct mouse button: Are you using "C" to try and select the color picker? (it's shortcut is K)
  4. I've just checked both links in the first post. The DLL link dowloaded as expected. Check your Downloads folder for a file named Spirals.zip.
  5. @digital_oatmeal I've split your question out of the thread you posted in. @Red ochre's reply also made the cut
  6. Yep. Right below the title in the thread is this the AKA. I think it probably got renamed sometime after it was released. For consistency, I'll flag the Index to change it in the next release. Thanks for pointing it out.
  7. Before you try to create new skin, try copying what you have with the Clone Stamp tool . It copies regions of an image from one area to another. REF: https://www.getpaint.net/doc/latest/CloneStamp.html
  8. Nope. Plugins have access to one layer = the active one. Most plugins which need to access a second layer use the clipboard as a temporary store.
  9. Selections made by any of the Selection Tools can be chained together in this way
  10. Thanks MJW - next release will have that wording change.
  11. There are two identically named Unblend plugins which should do this. The latest one is this >> Unblend
  12. To create dots with varying size, create a mask layer filled with a Black & White gradient, then run the Halftone plugin over the layer with the Shape set to Spot. Use the Contrast & Brightness sliders to alter the size of the spots. Then continue using the above technique.
  13. Make a rectangular selection which includes all of the colored shape but does not go near the red borders. Switch to the Magic Wand tool (TIP: hit the S key four times) Hold down the CTRL key and make an additional selection between the red border and the previous selection. ...and you're done!
  14. April Update One new plugin and one new Plugin Pack this month. I've also updated the description of Tiled Form. Archimedean Spiral MJW Transforms a rectangular region into an Archimedean spiral (a spiral which tightens towards its centre). Remake's Plugin Pack ReMake Plugin pack containing Effects and Adjustments: Dynamic Contrast, Intensity RGB, Saturation RGB, Transparency RGB, Color Sketch, Dragan Effect, Linocut, Reticulation, Scratch Art, Sponge, Averaged Color Blur, Color Range, Eliminate Dark/Light, Lines/Grid, Emboss+, Neon Edges & Center Lines
  15. Confirmed. I was also able to import the geometry. I pasted the supplied SVG code into a new text file and saved it with a *.SVG extension. ShapeMaker loaded it without problem using File > Import Geometry. I saved it as a brand new SVG file using File > Export (SVG). That too was reopened without error.
  16. @Yiannis, @Pixey & @toe_head2001 The discussion "Errors loading a SVG" has been merged into the ShapeMaker thread.
  17. Beautiful! Thank you for sharing it @barbieq25
  18. The new version has been added to my plugin pack. Yay!!
  19. Updated to v2.07 - changes are to Organigram only. Updated the maximum number of bubbles and reduced the minimum size limit.
  20. You can also use the Ctrl key modifier with the arrow keys to move by 10px per keyhit.
  21. Hi @Cakie67 - one of the things I think will help you is the Plugin Index (<< that's a link) You can find plugins using this tool by typing a keyword into the search box (under Search Options). Here I've used the term "browser" to locate the Plugin Browser. See the salmon colored tags? That is the menu location where the plugin can be found in paint.net. The Plugin Browser is found under the Effects menu (i.e. not in any submenu - compare DragFrom which is in Effects menu + submenu: Tools)
  22. Use the Plugin Index. There is a link in my signature, and other links sprinkled around the forum.
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