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TrevorOutlaw last won the day on August 5 2019

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  1. The Brush Factory support Photoshop brushes file (*.abr) and you can download a bunch of brushes for free from That website has plenty of grunge brushes for you to explore.
  2. IIRC, I think that is similar to Affinity, and I did download to try the trial period, but I just can't get into it. PDN is like my well worn jean, comfortable to use, and I can't get rid of PDN.
  3. This was done using pyrochild's Gradient Mapping Plugin. If you want, I can post you a video on how to acheive it. Quite easy.
  4. Here is my tip that will help you mask your object: Black erase. White keep. Once you master this, it will become easier and easier to use PDN and Alpha Mask Import plugin.
  5. If you are talking about Photoshop's Quick Select tool, PDN doesn't have it. However, I do have a video tutorial of how you could get around PDN's limitation.
  6. Here you go. I think you were actually confusing yourself. Only plug-in used in the video was Alpha Mask. I do apologize for the rude pop up by Parallel's software.
  7. Enjoying The Repair Shop on Netflix. Awe-inspiring to watch professional fixers restore antiques, priceless heirloom, and treasures back to life. Some of the genuine reactions from patrons are gut-wrenching, in a good way.
  8. Io on Netflix. 2/10. Started off really well but fell off the cliff. Plodding the middle act to the end, I was ready for the movie to end.
  9. One thing I may have discovered by accident was how the opacity of the color appears to affect how much the eraser remove pixels from the image. When I was working on my Country House, I had left the color black at 25, and noticed the eraser took a long time to remove pixels. Then when I ramped it up to 255, the pixels were rapidly removed from the images. Had this been part of the eraser's ability?
  10. Not really. The term is most likely "Photo Bashing." This is Matte Painting. No...I don't have any painting skill.
  11. Thanks to everyone who has commented on the final 2019 piece. New for 2020 and new challenge for me, matte painting, and I present to you Country House Matte Painting.
  12. @Creed31, you could also try Fibonacci Fill plugin. I realize it will not generate random rectangles you want, but if you think outside the box for a bit, you could use magic wand to select a rectangle generated by the Fibonacci Fill plugin, copy it, and paste it on a transparent layer. It would be worth exploring.