xmariusx

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  1. The "get from Clipboard" works great! Thanks!
  2. If you could choose the tools yourself? Favorite them or something?
  3. Is it something you are interested in adding into paint.net?
  4. Ya, had been nice to have a little check box with "Import from clip board"
  5. Is it by any chance, possible to make tools as plugins usable in the "normal" working space, not in a new window? Also, adding something like this: -Thanks!
  6. O.o thx for this! uhh.. didn't work exactly like I wanted it too (some places it's no shadows between the pixel blocks), but.. :S Thanks anyways
  7. The problem with having 2 layers is that the shadow will just be a bury line between the pixel blocks :S EDIT: another problem is the edges, which leaves some places without shadow, since the edge don't have this... can't see any other way to to this than by doing it manually..
  8. Sorry, I'm not from an English talking country What does "To what end?" means.. "why?" ? Anyways, if you look at my first picture, I need the pixels too look like they are in different.. "length from your eyes"... or something. So it look 3D EDIT: Okey, any other way to this.. other than moving each single of them to a random place?
  9. What? no... I'm trying to make the layers in a random order.... I can easily do it manually, but it does take time! ohh and: shadow + "big pixel!"
  10. Making the layers in a random order.. : Making: [Layer 1] [Layer 2] [Layer 3] [Layer 4] [Layer 5] Into: [Layer 4] [Layer 2] [Layer 5] [Layer 1] [Layer 3] If you got a lot of layer, it takes forever too make it look randomized :S
  11. Didn't find any plugin called Jigsaw :S I know about that plugin, have used it before .. but it's not the plugin I need. This plugin jumble your layer, not the layers. I have a shadow on each layer, and therefor Jumble will not work.
  12. Well, I had need something that had put the layers in a random order.. I show a picture so ya see (each "big pixel" is a layer Tried to make them look randomized, but it didn't went that well :S
  13. I love this tutorial. Thanks!