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  1. Thanks, and yeah this was the result of seeing different tutorials and just learning little tricks.
  2. My entry... no it she wasn't originally Snooki! Stock
  3. This tutorial is available as a PDF. Click here to view or download it Airbrushing is a use of this program many may underestimate. Many think of photoshop.... but there is a simple and easy way to edit on paint.net! Some of my favorites that I've done with these methods: Today, we are going to do this transformation: The two images are separate so you can follow along with just the original, however if you prefer to use your own images feel free as the steps can be applied to many differen
  4. mine, as simple as it gets, is: D my dad called me it, then my family started, then some of my neighbors, and a couple other people do now
  5. is lost in the cosmos of nothingness

  6. Entry Hidden Content: Stocks http://www.extremestudio.ro/blog/?p=770http://www.freeiconsweb.com/Pretty-Office-Icons.html
  7. Entry: Lunch Break! Hidden Content: My Stocks http://img131.imageshack.us/i/img08410vl.jpg/http://www.dragonsroost.org/noframes/images/ledge_sit-killernurd.jpg http://newtech.aurum3.com/images/coke.jpg http://startupblog.files.wordpress.com/2008/12/sandwich.jpg
  8. This doesn't exactly follow the tutorial, but it has some ideas from it, as well as my own experiences with airbrushing thrown in
  9. Nope, just a random pic off the internet thanks for the critique though. And sorry csm, didn't notice you had posted after your own.... :oops:
  10. This is an airbrush I did, its original on the left.
  11. Some airbrushing.... (I think it fits in here....) The original (it's a really big picture, & the above image has been croped/resized): http://www.sxc.hu/browse.phtml?f=download&id=1246533
  12. How did you do the shiney dots, was it the same way you do glass buttons? Sorry, new account, so it took me awhile to see this. I actually followed the tut up to the part where you select the centers of the grid, then on a new layer set a bevel with the depth at 2. I set that level to additive & lowered the opacity to the way I liked it, then used gaussian blur at 2 (change according to the size of your dots) & flattened. Tada! Shiny dots!
  13. Hmm..... looks like you either didn't get rid of your 'sketch' layer or never used line/curve to make the final ones... That's probably where it went wrong.
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