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  1. yes, that's how i found it, then i saw it was because of the #000001 black
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    Rants *enter at own risk*

    rant : i have (really) a headache <.
  3. this is quite handy http://tinyurl.com/lrkwnz
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    A Book cover

    i really like the black- white contrast, it looks very, very good i think!
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    Post Your Desktop Thread

    made the background myself ^^
  6. The title may seem awkward, but last night I discovered an interesting fact of paint.net, i don't know if it was meant to be, but anyway, here's the tutorial. What we are goint to do is making a movie play in paint.net and then we can draw on it on another layer (the movie layer will not be saved though) 1. What you need - Paint.net (paint works too if you want) - VLC media player (get it here ) - Brains (not necessary though) 2. Setting up Paint.NET 1. Fire up Paint.NET 2. Take the standard canvas size (800 x 600) or larger if you want 3. Fill the background layer with special black, Hex code : #000001 4. Rename the layer with the special black to Movie or some sort 5. Make a new layer, where you can draw with any color, except the #000001 black Image (click me!!!) 3. Setting up VLC media player After you installed VLC, open it and open your favourite movie file, i used my DVD of Harry Potter, but an ordinary .avi, .mpg, etc.., are okay too. After that, let the movie play maximised, not fullscreen, where the movie is playing, there the movie will play in Paint.NET. And then, open Paint.NET again with the special black and enjoy drawing on and with movies!!! Note : I couldn't make a picture of that, because when you print-screen vlc's movies, you get the special black) Note 2 : Remember, you can't save the movie layer, it will always be black. PS: If this didn't work for you, please note that this wasn't a joke, as i don't know on which computers it will work.
  7. a very nice one, and seasonal too :-) 8.5/10
  8. this is a very useful tutorial !
  9. slj

    Flag

    eh, why isn't there a belgian flag? for the rest, very nice! It comes in handy!
  10. slj

    Exploding planets

    A ver ynice tut, but i prefer the newer one
  11. slj

    S3D#2:Realistic eyes(EASY)+Slit pupil+

    Nice tutorial! With some extra frills...
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    slj's gallery: UPDATE3

    UPDATE2 added link to interactive pdn tutorial
  13. 9/10 Nice feeling you get when you see it, maybe a lillte bigger :
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    Kat's creations

    i just LOOOOOOOOOVEEEE the etnotext background, is is made with pdn?