baalazmon

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  1. im trying to make a background out of the last panel in this http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2009/10/30/ this is what i have so far, but the gradient and logo just dont seem... right to me http://i586.photobucket.com/albums/ss30 ... n/paw7.png its a large image, so im not going to do the code thing, just follow the link
  2. he used a font called visitor from dafont
  3. my rant: google wave may be condemned to the "unfinished" folder in google it better not be, or i will send rants to them in not-real-time
  4. it does, but they got confused and someone else gets the package and you get a months supply of cabbage i wish i had same magnets to play with
  5. you do, but it involves you going to jail and sharing a cell with a convict named "tiny" i wish i had an iphone and free service on it
  6. I mean, would there be a way for it to make the black in an existing picture more transparent, so the darker the more see-through. So i could replace a pure black sky (with scenery and sun already) with a starfield or something else.
  7. Hello, i've been working with PdN for a while, and now im mostly using it to combine/touch up renders, im going to get more into creating with it soon. So my question is; I have an image, and i want the black in the image to be more transparent, like around a sun, it would gradually fade from light>transparent, not suddenly shifting, I cant find this explained anywhere. If requested I will post the images, but they are quite large filesize, so it would take a good amount of time to upload. Thank you for your time -Baal
  8. so this tutorial will teach you how to make this there are 32 steps, which is about 22 more than intended you will need tilinghttp://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=22521 polar to rect http://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=4173 first create your picture, the same size as your display then select the circular gradient with whatever color you want then make one in a corner going 1/2 the width of the image duplicate that layer and flip it horizontally duplicate the flipped one and flip it vertically, then duplicate that one and flip it horizontally hit f4 and do negation blending on all of them will end up like this flatten it invert the colors cut half of it away with the rectangle select and put it in a new layer flip it horizontally and do negation blending and voila then go to relief and do it at 0, 90, 180, and -90 you should have this then duplicate it and flip it set layers to multiply flatten it then create a new layer and put a small circular gradient in the center blend it with negation (i believe, forgot to take a pic) invert the colors then do the relief thing again at 0,90,180, and -90 use tile image with the settings shown in the picture then polar to rect, with settings shown and polar inversion with these settings cut away half and put it on a new layer flip vertically and overlay flatten it, cut away half, put it on a new layer, flip the new layer vertically, and flatten render clouds with these settings (also use gaussian blur a bit if you want to, like 1-3 at most) polar to rect with these settings polar inversion with these settings and you are done
  9. so this tutorial will teach you how to make this there are 32 steps, which is about 22 more than intended you will need tilinghttp://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=22521 polar to rect http://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=4173 first create your picture, the same size as your display then select the circular gradient with whatever color you want then make one in a corner going 1/2 the width of the image duplicate that layer and flip it horizontally duplicate the flipped one and flip it vertically, then duplicate that one and flip it horizontally hit f4 and do negation blending on all of them will end up like this flatten it invert the colors cut half of it away with the rectangle select and put it in a new layer flip it horizontally and do negation blending and voila then go to relief and do it at 0, 90, 180, and -90 you should have this then duplicate it and flip it set layers to multiply flatten it then create a new layer and put a small circular gradient in the center blend it with negation (i believe, forgot to take a pic) invert the colors then do the relief thing again at 0,90,180, and -90 use tile image with the settings shown in the picture then polar to rect, with settings shown and polar inversion with these settings cut away half and put it on a new layer flip vertically and overlay flatten it, cut away half, put it on a new layer, flip the new layer vertically, and flatten render clouds with these settings (also use gaussian blur a bit if you want to, like 1-3 at most) polar to rect with these settings polar inversion with these settings and you are done
  10. thanks storm, i didnt know about size limit either, i think they are all ok size.... but there are too many and i ususally make backgrounds... so the link has triumphed
  11. thanks storm, i didnt know about size limit either, i think they are all ok size.... but there are too many and i ususally make backgrounds... so the link has triumphed
  12. allow me to start this with a disclaimer, i use tutorials a LOT most of my unique work is really abstract so this is my gallery compliments are always accepted as is criticism, the harsher the criticism (within reason) then the more i can learn from it please dont just say "oMg U r TeH sUx0rZ!!!!!111111eleventy-one eleven one one one" that would not help anyone so, commence the gallerying i have been trying to work back from the background image (the dark blue one with the glasslike sphere one the top) for some time and i was wondering if someone skilled in such matters could assist, i know i used polar inversion and polar to rect, as well as some clouds i also appreciate challenges, so if someone can give me one that would be fun so now for something completely different pictures if i am breaking any rules then please let me know and i will solve the problem ASAP ok, there are just too many to post, so please go to the album here are a few the album is at http://s586.photobucket.com/albums/ss302/baalazmon
  13. allow me to start this with a disclaimer, i use tutorials a LOT most of my unique work is really abstract so this is my gallery compliments are always accepted as is criticism, the harsher the criticism (within reason) then the more i can learn from it please dont just say "oMg U r TeH sUx0rZ!!!!!111111eleventy-one eleven one one one" that would not help anyone so, commence the gallerying i have been trying to work back from the background image (the dark blue one with the glasslike sphere one the top) for some time and i was wondering if someone skilled in such matters could assist, i know i used polar inversion and polar to rect, as well as some clouds i also appreciate challenges, so if someone can give me one that would be fun so now for something completely different pictures if i am breaking any rules then please let me know and i will solve the problem ASAP ok, there are just too many to post, so please go to the album here are a few the album is at http://s586.photobucket.com/albums/ss302/baalazmon