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  1. Here is cover of that same tune by a friend of mine appearing at a local cafe and accompanied by his Boss Loop Station. Video production by me. 🙂
  2. Greetings, There are scores of acrylic color charts on line that you can download, open up in PDN and use the color-picker tool to sample the color and get its color hex code. You can type in the colors hexadecimal code it that color will appear in the Primary box (or Secondary box) and the RGB settings will change also. Also you can use the HTML color chart link (below) to view what hexadecimal code relates to which color and simply enter that code into RGB color mapper. Many digital artist will create a color palette on a layer and go to that layer to access the colors; then go back to the layer that they want to use the color to draw or paint on. LINKS: https://www.december.com/html/spec/colorshades.html https://www.december.com/html/spec/colorspottable.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_colors
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    Photobucket sucks.

    I have my images stored at my web host which is GoDaddy.com It cost me $0.25 per week for my domain name and $2 per week for 100 GB for file storage up to 250k files That comes to $9 per month, the price of a lunch at Burger King or seat at the movies.
  4. Will there be an award and/or celebration for the 50,000th Paint.NET forum member?
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    Image Umbrella: Image Modification/Manipulation

    I think that you would get more natural results if you made adjustments to the histogram of the Adjustments/Levels and then use the Adjustments/Brightness-Contrast
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    @Ego Eram Reputo
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    (null) error

    I have this W8 Wintel 32GB Version Mini PC & TV BOX It has a Quad-Core Intel Atom Z3735F 1.33GHz CPU, an Intel HD Graphic(Gen7) and 3.2GB RAM +32GB Nand Flash. It came with Windows 8.1 and I updated it to Windows 10 1809. I can run Paint.NET with it on a 80 inch Visio screen. It cost $130 US. This toy runs things okay. I hope your computer is better than this.
  8. I understand that part. So I need to clarify my point. I just download a 3:11 minute UHD video in MP4 format from Vimeo. The compressed file size was 278 MB. There was enough variation between the content of the many scenes to make my point that a video ( recorded at ~30 fps x 191 sec = 5730 frames (layers)) that takes (on average) as much storage space as 20 frame image. To state it more concisely: his 20 layered image takes up as much space on average as 1910 frames of UDH video.
  9. It would be interesting to learn why a 20 layer file decompresses into a file size that could contain more than an hour of video recorded in HD. Strange indeed!
  10. It will probably never truly work since once you have saved the adjusted file; you have added or deleted pixel data that can't be faithfully recovered by sampling adjacent pixels. You would need a non-destructive process that stores an unaltered map of the original image that can be referenced for later iterations. That is what Adobe does in its Smart Object imaging process. Paint.NET can't do the Smart Object process, yet!
  11. Okay then, I will leave it here.
  12. If you have the answer you need; my job is done. Happy printing!
  13. I can't figure out why you are creating this problem for yourself. Why re-size and then un-size? Why not just maintain two images? Anyway saving as BMP, TIFF, and PNG can be lossless formats, but I can not see the logic in re-size and then un-sizing an image when you can have a collection of images at a variety of intermediate sizes. Saving an image and then coming back to it to do more work on it is the function of a lossless format. Once you actually alter the size of an image by adding or subtracting actual pixels is a guarantee for data loss.
  14. I post this image to the link that provided the anaglyph.dll plugin. I applied the plugin to a mixed media drawing that I did decades ago: