Riddley

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  1. Hi guys! I've been using Paint.NET for the better part of a decade, but recently I've encountered a weird problem when using the text tool: whenever I press enter to start a new line, it's almost as if it thinks I've pressed enter twice because it creates a second line and then I have to hit backspace to get rid of one. It's becoming really tedious, does anyone know how to help?
  2. Bruh, just use the Brightness/Contrast Adjustment; Max out the contrast, and if the white background gets messed up, raise the brightness.
  3. 4/9/15 New wallpaper New avatar New signature(s) - (It's two separate images that make up a single sig)
  4. Non sibi, sed toti.

  5. As you can tell, I have a great understanding of whatever you're talking about, Pixie. A Cubist Cube's self portrait.
  6. How the heck'd you do this one? Did you render in it in another program? Apart from the jagged edges, it's pretty awesome .
  7. Great image FotoFactory, I love the subtle gradient, and great resolution too!
  8. Any time. Any place, EER. You're going down! haha
  9. Hey everyone, I've been on the forum for years now (on and off sporadically since July 2011!), but I am yet to make an introduction. So hello, my name's Reilly, I'm 18 years old and I'm originally from Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. I spend most of my time in The Pictorium, but if you look reeeaaally hard, you'll find a tutorial in the Creations section and a couple of answers in the Paint.NET Discussion & Questions section too. If you ever have time, you should check out my gallery, I occasionally post some cool stuff.
  10. You seem to be missing a prong on that peace sign there Ishi, but other than that, splendid job! Certainly feelin' the groove, keep it up!
  11. Oh sorry, use the vastly superior planetoid plugin to make a simple glossy sphere.
  12. You could try using the buttons plugin to make a basic glossy sphere.
  13. 1. Use Grim Color Reaper using red as your primary colour, adjust the tolerance anywhere from 0.90 to about 1.20 (1.20 will yield a less vibrant result). 2. Use Ctrl+Shift+G to make the layer grayscale. 3. Add a layer behind it and use the fill bucket to make the new layer red.
  14. It looks like displacement to me. (On the left)
  15. Save it as a PNG in photoshop and then load it in PDN, it will retain transparency, it's just a little more work than using the clipboard.
  16. Select the transparent area using the magic wand tool with tolerance at 0 and flood mode set to global, then use Ctrl+i to invert the selection.
  17. There's a plugin for that, it's called lens flare.
  18. I've added an image manipulation 21/8/14.
  19. I've added a very old tutorial 18/8/14.
  20. New Image Manipulation, Avatar, and Signature 14/8/14.
  21. The new shift+ellipse only goes in 45 degree angles, the old 3.5x one had a 360 degree range of motion.
  22. I absolutely love the new dynamic tolerance adjustment that makes it so you don't have to keep selecting over and over, it's soooo useful. I also like the new Shapes tool. I'm not too fond of the new way that shift+ellipse works though...