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  1. This is the plugin I was originally trying to make when I made Self-Negation instead. I make a lot of abstract art, and a while back I discovered a cool technique where you could duplicate a layer, flip it horizontally and vertically, set it to negation, and come up with a cool composite image. This plugin duplicates that technique, except it allows you to adjust the hue of either "layer" and the final hue of the image. This is stuff I do anyway, but it's good to have it all in one package. Anyway, let's see what it can do! Repetitions: The amount of times to apply the effect. This doesn'
  2. Inspired by @ReMake, I have decided to take my version which contains more variety. (Two different source codes for this is provided below. C# and G'MIC-QT). All this filter does is to interpolate between rgb and grayscale value. Download - RGB to Linear Interpolation.dll It's under Effects/Colors ------ License - CeCiLLv2.0 - https://cecill.info/licences/Licence_CeCILL_V2-en.html Source code in C# Source Code in G'MIC-QT
  3. Effects->Colors->Unblend Download: https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/32337-argusmagnus-plugin-pack-20181019/ (Copy the file "ArgusPDN.Unblend.dll" to the "paint.net/Effects" folder) This effect is basically the reverse Operation for the normal blend Operation. From the current selection and a Background Color (Primary Color, Average Color or "Dominant Color" <-- this is experimental, take a look at the code to see what it means^^) a foreground Image is calculated so that every Pixel has to lowest possible Alpha (highest Transparency) under the conditi
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