HyReZ

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  2. Thanks for the Modulo plugin Toolkit! I have tested it with gray scale and full 24 bit color image, and a few in between. I love the Adjustment Effect! Before I was using the Metalize Effect to achieve what I needed, but your Adjustment appears to have greater variation yet it is simple to use.
  3. "Round and round and round" Click on thumbnail image for larger image.
  4. Here is my variation on a theme:
  5. @lynxster4 and @welshblue Thanks for the kind words!
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  7. Nice work! I work with large canvases because I have large prints of my works produced.
  8. Here is a link to a current work of mine on:
  9. @Ima Learnin If you are printing from within Adobe Photoshop; it has its own printing utility. If you are printing outside of Photoshop you are using the printing utility of Microsoft Windows. (Unless you printer has its own printing utility or you use a proprietary printing utility) Within the Windows printing utility it has a check box to: Fit picture to frame. If this box is checked and your image was not cropped to fit the 8 x 10 aspect ratio (2.4:3 ) before printing; it will be distorted upon printing. Paint.NET has a printing utility plugin that works great. It is the Print It (Tools Effect) by Martin Osieka. Here is the link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2tc4vk9kc1rvmvv/PrintIt.Effect v0.9.zip?dl=0 (You don't have to sign in, just clink on the download icon next to the sign in icon) BTW: A cropped 8 x 10 image optimized to print at 300 dpi should be ~2400 x 3000 pixels (7.2 Megapixels)
  10. Well Yumpin' Yiminy! Maybe you'll have it done before this weekend! 🙂
  11. @Rick Brewster When are you going to add AI to Paint.NET with the ability to read minds and predict what I want to have created and then produce it? Maybe you can make it use my VR headset to scan my thoughts and visions and produce a Paint.NET graphic. I need it this weekend! Thanks! 🙂
  12. Thanks for keeping us informed and for your interest and work on this plugin project! Currently I only have 16GB of RAM, but whatever improvement on render times will be appreciated.
  13. Thanks for keeping us informed and for your interest and work on this plugin project!
  14. Thanks for the PixelSquid info. The source sounded familiar but I was confusing it with Turobsquid I use to get 3D vector objects from Turbosquid for rendering in Deep Exploration and iClone. Some of the 3D objects also work in Blender.
  15. I have been a member of the Creative Commons since 2014. I have contributed to this organization with both funding and images. I have donated images through Pixabay. Images by APMauldin aka "HyReZ" ( I have also donated funds and images to the Wikimedia Commons.) Here are links to image sources that are shared through the Creative Commons rules: https://www.pexels.com https://unsplash.com https://pixabay.com