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  1. Second attempt. Love this tutorial. Thanks!
  2. I don't think I completely comprehend what you're trying to say. Could you please post a screenshot of what you're currently up to? The way I did it was simple: I finished with the flattened image and I used Conditional Hue/Saturation to change the colour of the flower (it is, afterall, the only coloured object in the image). I then duplicated the layer and Gaussian Blurred the top layer, and then halved the opacity of that layer to create a softer effect. Could you elaborate a bit more, so we can get an idea? Or, what would you like me to elaborate more? Which step, exactly?
  3. Sure, sure. I added a link in the same post as I presented the other chart, that takes you to the Plugin that gives you Conditional Hue/Saturation. Link: http://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=1102 Download the .dll file to your Effects folder in your Paint.NET program files. (Should be like this: C: Program Files/Paint.NET/Effects) Close Paint.NET. Reopen it, and try again from the first step I gave you.
  4. Fiddling with Conditional Hue and Saturation (http://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=1102) (and a little Gaussian Blur with reduced opacity on a duplicated layer to remove some of the grittiness), I got: Sorry, Thomas. I used your image. Too lazy to recreate it. Steps: Opened up Thomas's Flower. 1. Adjustments -> Conditional Hue/Saturation and enter around these values (fiddle with it): 2. Duplicate the layer. 3. To the top layer: Effects -> Blurs -> Gaussian Blur with a radius of 6. 4. Open up the layer properties for the top layer (the one you just modi
  5. ♥ Inverted colours, added a textile effect, increased canvas size, deleted parts of it and voila.
  6. Uhhm. At the moment: "Waiting On A War" - 36 Crazy Fists. Next: ATFS Ep. 19 - Spoonman, Garfield and Odie. (Triple M radio show podcast). Later: "My Love" - Westlife. Funn night.
  7. Reminds me oddly of my best friend, somehow. He tells the most amazingly-unfunny jokes you may ever hear (unless you can come out with more?). They're most oftenly so amazingly-unfunny that they're hilarious. I'm Mitchell, by the way. I hail from Auckland, New Zealand, but am currently a permanent residence of Victoria, Australia. I'm fifteen years of age, completing my first two units of Specialist Mathematics and first two units of Business and Finance (they're probably different categories/subjects elsewhere, but that is what they're called here). I started using PDN on Sunday, and recentl
  8. First attempt: I might go through and edit the colours at a later stage. I'm pretty happy with it overall. It is, afterall, my first manipulated image from scratch. :] Tut or not, I'm proud of myself. Hehe. @Tylertut: great work, mate. Done this before? Great outcome.
  9. Bit controversial on my behalf: Added Sepia to the bottom layer. :] Thanks for the tut.
  10. My first attempt at both PDN and this tutorial (): Added some noise at the end. :]
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