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TrevorOutlaw

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  1. I have to move the dialog boxes all the time. It's second nature to me, and I don't see it as a big deal. I typically work on large canvas to do photomanipulations, and having watched more than 10 YouTube videos of Photoshop users doing photomanipulations, even they move the dialog box around to gain better view.
  2. @Creed31, in this video below, I tried to answer a question for someone, but I wanted to see if it's similar to what you are asking.
  3. Added a new photomanipulation on 1st page. Enjoy!
  4. One important to thing to bear in mind: Paint.NET cannot clean up the image if you "upscale" the image. See this tutorial that explains how CSI lied to you.
  5. Also very useful for launch space art. Like @welshblue said, it is also useful as starting point to create texture. He would know as he is a master of making textures, including wood.
  6. I am getting a kick out of this. Look closer. It is an aquarium. This might end up being part of something bigger in mind. Maybe.
  7. One day, I'll like to make a steampunk work. One day. Thanks. Is she going to get run over or is it all a dream? 🤔 I seem to remember that train. Thank you! Choo-choo! ______________________ Whimsical...I actually had fun with this one. It's just a quick and dirty work, nothing serious.
  8. The easiest way would be to use the selection tool, rectangle select, and draw a box around the image you have. Then use the crop tool.
  9. Thanks, @Pixey. I just ran the plugin and saw it. Didn't realize it was there.
  10. I feel like I am asking a dumb question, so here goes. I finally downloaded the ShapeMaker plug-in so I can create masks. I would like to know if it is possible to copy an object from a layer, launch ShapeMaker on a transparent layer, and use the clipboard as a background for me to create my shapes. What I like about ShapeMaker is I can finally create masks similar to how some Photoshoppers use the pen tool to create path to mask out unwanted object(s). I don't know why it took me so long to download and use it.
  11. Appreciate all of your comments. ------------------------------------------------------- New Photomanipulation on Page 1 - On The Track.
  12. The Brush Factory support Photoshop brushes file (*.abr) and you can download a bunch of brushes for free from Brusheezy.com. That website has plenty of grunge brushes for you to explore.
  13. 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.
  14. 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.
  15. 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.
  16. 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.
  17. 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.
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