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  1. Thank you Red ochre - followed your steps and I got great results.
  2. Thanks Daniels - I would like to create an image more or less similar to the one attached. I've tried both options you outlined. Both work but I am unable to make the road disappear at the top. Is there a perspective tool I can use to do this? Thanks
  3. Hi, I'm hoping someone could point me in the right direction. How can I create an S shape, for example have a look at the attached image. Thanks
  4. Thank you all and sorry if I've not been the perfect poster
  5. Thanks, almost there ! Say if I had to create an image of this web age which you have to scroll down to get 3-4 screen shots. What's the best way to do that? Pdnnoob's solution would be the best wouldn't it?
  6. Thanks - wasn't aware that my posts were confusing and rude to other members.
  7. No need to get angry about things ! No offence was intended. I thought the function may already be included in Paint.Net, hence why I came to the forum. I was hoping someone would be nice enough to point me in the right direction.
  8. I know that. I was talking about a smaller image already open and pasting a larger image into the same window. Good idea which would work, but not in all scenarios. I was kind of hoping for an equivalent to the " Reveal all " function of Photoshop but maybe there isn't one.
  9. If I paste an image which is larger than the canvas size, a part of the pasted image will be outside the canvas. How can I resize the canvas so it will reveal only the image outside the canvas but no extra white space is shown. By using the built in "Resize canvas" function, there is a lot of trial and error involved.
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