Moninca

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  1. Here ya go. I have it bookmarked. ^_^ http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/12195-faking-soft-brushes-and-the-blurdodgeburn-tool/
  2. Sorry, my apologies, I was looking in the wrong spot. First off, download your brushes, and unzip them, remembering where they are stored. Then, open up ABRViewer. You should get an interface that looks like this: Click "Add another directory". Locate your downloaded brushes, most likely in your Downloads folder: Then choose "Choose this Directory". Back in the ABRViewer, double-click the folder you now see. You'll get a dropdown where the brushes are. Click the drop down, then wait a few moments for the brushes to load: Once you have your brushes loaded, close ABRViewer. Now go back PDN, and open up your CustomMiniBrushes. Click "Add Brushes", and look for your Downloads folder, then for the folder called "ABRViewImages": Open that up, and you should see all of your brushes. Choose the ones you want to load, and hit enter. It'll take a while to load if you have a lot of brushes. I hope this helped (and was allowed).
  3. Crix, on my computer, once you open Abrviewer and preview the brushes, it saves them under Computer -> Downloads -> ABRViewerImages (which is a folder). I hope that helps a bit. If not, let me know and I can post some screenshots.
  4. lol No comment from the Peanut Gallery. So, can anyone offer a suggestion? I thought it was up to the winners like the SotW was, but I'll gladly contribute if I may.
  5. Perfect! Thanks so much, you're a lifesaver.
  6. I'm not sure why it took me so long to realize this, but apparently I have a bunch of double brushes loaded in my Custom Brushes Mini plug in. From the looks of it, I did two things: 1) I added several sets of brushes twice, and 2) On the majority of the sets, I loaded both the brush and the brush preview (from ABR). So now it is registering that I have over 600 brushes, when the number is closer to 350. Is there a way to delete out those extra brushes and previews from the plug in? I'm expecting it to be slow loading, because of the brushes anyway. But taking off all of those extras would still help quite a bit in speeding things up. Many thanks. ^_^
  7. Awesome jobs, and congrats to all of the winners! That Grid Grad is addicting. Thanks Possum and Pyro!
  8. Was playing around with a shaped gradient tut on PDNFanatics, and came up with this. Very rough, but fun. Hurts the eyes a bit, doesn't it? ^_^
  9. Wow, nice to see so many entries! That Grid Grad is a ton of fun. lol
  10. Yes! That's it! Thankyouthankyouthankyou! I was beginning to think I was going crazy again. lol Much appreciated, BoltBait.
  11. I downloaded a plugin pack recently that had a certain plugin I need, but now I cannot for the life of me remember where it is, or what it's called. The plugin allowed you to insert a symbol from a font set into your pic. It was better than the basic text tool, because you could see the entire font set at a glance, which is helpful when using symbol fonts, like Wingdings. It also kept track of the symbols you use often, and "recorded" them in the history buttons down the right side of the interface screen. You can also adjust sizing at the same time. Could anyone please help me remember what this plug in is called, and where it is in my menu. I know it's there, because I just used it about 2 weeks ago. I just *cannot* get my brain to find it. Thanks a million.
  12. That GridGrad is crazy! >< Talk about stimulation overload. lol Nice job!
  13. Thanks AGJM and Possum. ^_^ Helen's tut is definitely my all-time favorite. I haven't had a chance to update things much. My mom has been sick (chronic issues flaring up recently), and I have a new job that takes me out of town a lot, and usually where there is little or no net connection. But I've still been practicing, especially with the Multi Gradient and Color Flip plugins. I've fallen in love with both. I've updated the top post with this cross-section of my recent projects: