TrevorOutlaw

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  1. I'm still alive but decided to do my own #walkaway from this forum.
  2. Speaking of classic books, one series I enjoyed was John Carter's adventures on Mars written by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Disney's film, Carter, was not too terrible in spite of film critics, I think that trying to squeeze a novel into an hour or so long isn't practical whereas a mini-series would make the most sense as it would allow exploration of Carter's adapting and growing in Martian various cultures.
  3. Use selection mode: Fiddle with different setting: Normal, Fixed Size, and Fixed Ratio. Change scale from pixels to inches or MM, and backfill with color of your choice. Another thing to do is enable ruler on and draw a series of line with antialias turn off, 1 pixel size, and create different grid of colors, or to save time, use this plugin, to establish position of grid: While I would love to have the ability to "snap to grid" similar to Photoshop with alignment lines that shows up on the fly, this is probably the best solution I can think of to work in PDN.
  4. I wanted to make a plugin very similar to this at one time. Awesome plugin!
  5. Under 'Search Option,' type in align and you will be presented with several choices.
  6. I know what you are referring to but something like this isn't available in Paint.NET. You will be better off using the Align plugin and there are several.
  7. You have 3 different options: Alpha Cutter A video tutorial by me that shows two different methods on how to select and extract foreground object from background. This may not be part of your query, but I think you can figure out how to do this. Best of luck.
  8. While I appreciate the kudos, the real kudos should go to @dipstick who found it first. Taking his tip and @welshblue suggestion to use alpha-mask, presto the tutorial was born. The tool of G'Mic was found when watching a video on YouTube about G'Mic in Photoshop, Gimp, Krita, and Paint.NET. I had no idea that G'Mic had the tool to remove background as well until that video on YouTube. Speaking of video, I really need to redo the video on using G'Mic. It is bloody potato, IMHO.
  9. You should see our compost pile. It is a gorgeous shade of black. I like to add leaves to the compost pile because of its organic matter. The stuff you are growing are similar to what we are growing and right now, we are growing cold weather plants - kale, strawberries, cabbages, and onions. As soon as the calendar flip to mid-May, we will begin to plant late spring/early summer variety and then plant heirlooms in late summer. I'm not familiar with how Welsh weather operates although I know in the mountains of southwest Virginia, it has its own weather system. We had weird weather pattern.
  10. Compost. Herbs love compost especially if it's organic made of organic materials - food scraps (no meat, big NO-NO), grasses, leaves (makes excellent mulch and compost), chicken or sheep poo, and hay. We have a neighbor that has a John Deere tractor and he recently turned the compost pile. Thanks...I had made 2, the one in the picture is the 2nd one. When I have a chance, I will take a picture of our enclosed, raised-bed garden for growing our own vegetables.
  11. The Call of the Wild... Excellent movie, even though they humanized Buck, and another excellent performance by Harrison Ford. If there is a negative to the film, it is that it is obvious the animals were CGI-generated. The abandoned cabin scenery were gorgeous. 8/10.
  12. Since it's Good Friday (traditionally called Black Friday)...
  13. Yes. Here are two options that I highly recommend: Unsplash and Pexels. Edit: Here's a quick and dirty example. Stock used.
  14. Does your lightsaber cut through anything? I am fascinated by how you could have constructed one.
  15. Thanks, man. Thank you. ____________________ New on page 1, decided to create a simple spacescape. Been a long time since I've dabbled in space art.