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jeffrey032

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  1. I don't have much to show yet, but it's a start In order of creation, 100% Paint.NET, no stock images used (yet) As things can always be improved, I may decide to change some of these Click thumbnails to view full size images
  2. Not exactly sure what it is, but I think it came out nice
  3. Never mind, I figured it out. Render black and white clouds in a seamless image program Load image into paint shop pro, and use it as the alpha mask for a black image Load back into Paint.NET
  4. Pretty cool, do you know if there is a way to make the clouds seamless? Because I'd like to use a variation of this for the sky in my game, but the images don't match up very well.
  5. I made a macro key on my keyboard to do the left-left-left-left-left-[ thing
  6. I changed a few things so now.... CONTROL lets you do: and CONTROL + SHIFT forces it to be circular Should I add the same for rectangles and rounded rectangles too? [EDIT] Ok, you can now draw rectangles and rounded rectangles the same way And could this get added into an official version or something? Possibly? And it wasn't that hard :wink: (It took longer to get the source code to compile properly than to figure out how to do this) I wonder if there are any other small changes I could make....
  7. Shouldn't be that hard It seems to be as simple as sticking a few lines of code into the method protected override PdnGraphicsPath CreateShapePath(PointF[] points) which is part of PaintDotNet.Tools.EllipseTool code removed, see below instead (Code not actually checked for correctness , and I could be missing something... )
  8. My first Paint.NET image, it came out pretty good I think
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