TrevorOutlaw

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  1. A plugin that is not getting enough attention is TechnoRobb's Alpha Cutter. Even though the use of remove.bg website helps to isolate a subject from the background, sometime it doesn't work. When that happens, I will default to Alpha Cutter and work very patiently. Pro tip: if you feel the plugin lags, reduce the size of your photograph between 40 to 60%, and it will speed up the use of Alpha Cutter.
  2. Looking forward to seeing Jumanji 2. I thoroughly enjoyed the first film and had many laugh out loud moments.
  3. I suppose I should feel flattered, after all, they say imitation is the best form of flattery.
  4. I have noticed similar issue when running alpha mask on copied and pasted image, and one way to combat the extra spaces around the image is to use AA Assistant, part of dpy's plugin pack.
  5. @pepeh The logo you are trying to get rid is a trademark. That means you are trying to get rid of someone's else work, and that is a big no-no.
  6. Download this plug in. It allows you to use Photoshop brushes automatically. Be patient as it sometime take a few seconds to extract and convert all the brushes to be usable in PDN.
  7. I would also check the box, "Remember Me," if you are using 1 computer you use all the time. Save you a lot of headache.
  8. The blues and browns actually came straight from the photograph I used. I think that is one of the biggest advantages of doing pixel stretch. That really means a lot to me. Just added a 3rd pixel stretch style and combined a technique from dispersion effect.
  9. Thank you all! Continuing with more pixel stretch style. When I watched another Joe Cavazos' speed art, I wanted to see if I could create a "wraparound" and it is possible using Madjik's Sine Wave distortion plugin and Pyrochild's Grid Wrap plugin. Stock used: dancer and dove.
  10. I use the "Select All" command in order to make my layer selection active so I can copy an object in the layer. This is what I do all the time with alpha masking. Another alternative, quicker way is to use the move tool and clicking only once to select the object of the layer. I hope Rick leaves in Select All.
  11. Look behind the ballerina. I did not use g'mic at all. The only plug-in, after BoltBait's Alpha to Grey and Alpha Mask, used was Madjik's Polar Transformation plugin.
  12. Haven't posted in a good while, but today as I was puttering around the net, came across a nifty pixel stretch speed art by Joe Cavazos at YouTube, I thought I would give it a shot and see if it was achievable in PDN. Tl;dr version - it is possible. Ballerina stock.
  13. If you really need to have crystal sharp picture when resizing up, you can't because of how the pixels are constructed. If the original picture are bigger, you can scale down without losing the sharpness of the picture. I don't know how Photoshop is able to resize up without losing pixels, but it is not possible in Paint.NET.
  14. @Pixey, thanks for the information. I thought this was another fine addition to @Woodsy impressive gallery, and I was shocked to read this news. Requiescat in pace, @Woodsy
  15. @welshblue, from my gallery when I attempted to create a light bulb, this is what you said: And look, you achieved it. I'm impressed and jealous at the same time!