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  1. Happy birthday @ReMake. Have a great day!🎂🍺
  2. Layers/Import from file (choose 'details' in the top right of the pane then click on the field title to sort)... or more generally minimise paint.net and open file explorer.
  3. In Windows 10 file explorer click on the 'view tab' at the top and select 'Sort by' and choose the relevant field. Click it again and it will reverse the order. If you select 'choose columns' (at the bottom of the sort by list) you should be able to find a useful way to sort your images. Probably best to name your image layers in a logical, easy to sort way... 1,2,3, etc. Hope that helps and not patronising!😉
  4. If you use my Selection2 clear plugin it would save having to reselect your "eraser" shape each time. In my pack - link in Sig below. Unfortunately deleting selections tends to leave a 'pixelated' edge, so I avoid it when possible. Personally I would use the Furblur plugin to soften the edge of the grass but you could also explore using the Brush factory plugin. (You can easily create your own grass brush)
  5. It's good to see your gallery progressing. Echoing @Pixey, clever layout to the gallery too!
  6. Clever use of the Callicolour plugin and always interesting to see how you have manipulated your plant images too. Good work!
  7. Thanks @lynxster4, @Pixey and @barbieq25 for commenting. I'm glad you can finally see the new images!
  8. Some new patterns added to page one. Thanks for commenting @JulioCoolio and @Seerose... hope you're ok Seerose?
  9. Love the leaves on the rose! Well done for getting your gallery started... it is difficult and confusing... well, I still find it so! As for finding sites and 'threads' you've uploaded images to - try to get used to using 'bookmarks'/'favourites' in your internet browser to get back to those 'pages'. It seems complicated and frustrating now but you'll pick it up!
  10. This may help Tone Gradient Magnitude Reduce background opacity and if needed you can subsequently adjust the opacity of the remaining lines using Alpha-threshold
  11. Congratulations to all that entered! I didn't vote because I like all the entries... too hard (for me) to judge. Thanks all, for giving this effect a go. I'm pleased you all understood the eccentric two stage way of using the effect. I can see the thought and time that has gone into these and even those with fewer votes look good to me. Many thanks to lynxster4, all those that participated and all those that voted.
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