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  1. Thanks, the halftone plug in is what I needed. You guys are awesome to get that from my discription.
  2. I'm looking to do "the little dots" (we used to call them screens or tones when we cut them out by hand many years ago) I can't seem to find a plug in. I'm trying to create an old comic book coloring feel so. I'm horrible with finding stuff so I appoligize if this is something simple I've overlooked.
  3. Hi everyone, thanks for the advice. I'm new to digital art. As an old school traditional artist I get a bit lost at times. I went with the isolate lineart plug in first and it worked perfectly. I'll have to investigate all the plug ins for paint.net as I go. There's just so much to this stuff but its amazing! again, thank you all. Its easy to see there is a helpfull community here
  4. Hi I'm a complete newbie and I'm trying to design some T-shirts using public domain clip art of old woodcuts and pen and ink illustrations. I want to have them printed by an online site. The trouble I'm having is making the image transparent so that the black line art is solid but the color of the t-shirt shows through. the illustrations are so intricate it is impossible to use the magic wand or erase the white area within the illustration. Is there a simple way to do what I want to do? Any help will be very appreciated.Thanks.
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