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  1. Vanishing Trails is similar to pyrochild's classic Trail plugin, but adds perspective. The plugin (Version 2.0, Sept. 12, 2020): Vanishing Trails.zip The Help menu describes the controls: The User Interface: Most of the controls are self-explanatory, but the Spacing Adjustment may require some explanation. Consider the left (red) ellipse in this example: When interpreted as an ellipse perpendicular to the viewing direction, the spacing makes sense. However, if it's interpreted as a tilted circle
  2. Download from my plugin set Effects -> Object -> Trail... The area around the object or text must be transparent. In other words, it should be on its own layer. Want to learn how to use the plugin to make something like this? Click here!
  3. Rubber Stamp Effects -> Object -> Rubber Stamp Before: After: Changelog v1.0 (April 15, 2017) Initial release Download RubberStamp.zip Source Code https://github.com/toehead2001/pdn-rubber-stamp Icon from Fugue Icons.
  4. This plugin deletes small islands of pixels. When I use the magic wand, some pixels aren't deleted. The plugin deletes them, if they are surrounded by transparent pixels. : It has two parameters : - radius threshold : Delete island up to this size. - alpha threshold : A pixel will be considered transparent up to this value. @toe_head2001 has recompiled this plugin to make it compatible with PDN 4.0+. StrayPixelRemover.zip
  5. Download from my plugin set Effects -> Object -> Outline Object... The area around the object you want to be outlined must be transparent. In other words, it should be on its own layer. edit: this is the three-thousand, three-hundred and thirty-third post in the Plugins forum. 3333rd!
  6. TechnoRobbo's Alpha Cutter V 3.0.4 with Auto EdgeFollower Need an easier way to make a mask? Well this plugin's for you. Update Log ------------------------------------------------------------ Menu: Effects->Object YouTube Tutorial Music byTechnoRobbo Island Bogey The VS Source Code for Programmers TRsAlphaCu
  7. This plugin may be more interesting than useful (and interesting may be a matter of opinion). It's in the Effects>Object menu. Plugin: EdgeExpander.zip Quoting from the Help menu: ---------- Edge Expander expands object edges to include the pixels within a given distance of the original edge pixels. The edge consists of the pixels above an opacity threshold which border pixels below the threshold. Each expanded edge pixel is set to the color of the nearest edge pixel. The transparency depends on the distance from the edge. The controls are: Use Full Distance Range: When checked, the dis
  8. After having success with the Creative Text Pro plugin, I decided to give another of my plugins the "Pro" treatment... Object Shadow Pro v1.0 My goal in writing this plugin is to make this your "go to" plugin when it comes to making shadows no matter what kind of shadow you want. It can make 3 different kinds of shadows: your typical "drop shadow", a long modern shadow, and a 3D shadow. (See the screenshots for examples.) After using the Creative Text Pro plugin, use this plugin to add shadows to the lettering. This will really make it stand out!
  9. Plugin which allows the digital image editor "Paint.NET" to take measurements of an object in the active layer. An object is defined by all pixels inside the selection which are not transparent. Because the selection restricts the detection of an object, you may measure different objects in the active layer. Measured values are area, location, width, height, diagonal, and angles of the bounding rectangle. While the dialog of the effect is open the bounding area of the detected object will be colored in red. The drawing inside of the dialog shows a one bit mask of the detected ob
  10. Found in Effects\Object submenu. Download
  11. This plugin is simply but I couldn't find any other way to do what I needed - so I created it my self. The plugin will follow the shape from the center point, and will paint a gradient from it based on the inside distance. Download FloodFillGradient.zip Installation instructions: http://boltbait.com/pdn/InstallingEffects.php Menu: Object -> Flood Fill Gradient Using the following source image: Can easily result into As you can see, at the center of the image it's black (prim
  12. As requested here... http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/31461-b Object Inner Shadow Plugin Download here for paint.net 4.0+: https://forums.getpaint.net/topic/113220-boltbaits-plugin-pack Download here for Paint.NET 3.5.11: InnerShadow3511.zip I'll edit in a nice description of this later when I'm not so tired. You all know what to do. For the curious... (This does NOT work in CodeLab, sorry): History: v1.0 - Initial Release v2.0 - Speed up rendering for all but the first two controls v3.0 - Corrected "keep on
  13. I've updated 'Bevel Object' as promised. I have also decided to rename it 'Object Bevel' to avoid confusion with Boltbait's subsequent effect of the same name. It can now be cancelled effectively so the warning screen has gone! Because I have renamed it you will have to manually delete the old BevelObject.dll from the Effects folder. The old version is currently still in my Plugin pack (V9) but I intend to update that soon. It still runs on both Pdn 3.5.11 and Pdn 4+ It is still found under Effects/Object New .dll name = ObjectBevel In my V10 pack here Red ochre v10 plugin pack
  14. This Plugin applies a texture to any selected object with saving the brightness, so the object looks like it originally had this color. It's easy: You just have to select the object and the new texture. Newest release (17.02.2012): Apply Texture.zip Examples: Before After Click to enlarge
  15. The DLL: Object Pruner.zip Object Pruner is in the Object submenu. ======================================== Object Pruner conditionally erases objects based on their sizes. Objects are connected regions of non-transparent pixels. The size of each object is compared to the size of the largest object. Objects that fall outside the minimum and maximum bounds are erased. The size of each object is the number of pixels in the object. With the default settings, all objects except the largest object will be erased. The controls are: Minimum Size of Objects to
  16. A Book Folding Plug-in Menu: Effects->Object This plugin is for folding books into decorative designs. This is not an image effect. It generates an Excel Spreadsheet for Book Folding These Links may explain http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/26946-counting-filled-cells-in-column/?p=395648 http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/32362-plugin-request-a-variation-of-the-pixel-counter-plugin/?p=431775 pixelcounter2.zip
  17. This plugin creates a shadow as if from a direct light source in front of the object in question. As with the other shadow plugins, you need to be working on a layer with transparencies. The shadow is applied to all opaque pixels on the layer. Also, the bottom of the image is assumed to be the "ground" and the shadow is relative to that point. View project on GitHub Requirements Paint.NET v4.0+ Installation As usual, copy the dll to the Effects folder and restart Paint.NET. Download ShadowEffect_1_3.zip (3/30/2015) Added Dif
  18. What is Alias? Alias is a simple plugin that appears in your Object submenu. It is designed to destroy antialiasing before running the amazing plugin, Feather. To use, simply run the effect. Adjust the strength accordingly! User Interface Alias.zip
  19. Download v3.0 DLL here: BoltBait's Plugin Pack There have been many requests for a Feather feature (like this one, this one, and this one) so I decided to create it myself. Thanks goes out to Rick for writing the Gaussian Blur function and to Illnab1024 for sending it to me in Codelab format. If you don't know what feathering is, take a look at this picture: Basically, it softens the edges of objects that you are combining to make composit pictures. Please see this page for :arrow: instructions on how to use it. Enjoy. 8) ============================================= EDIT: I have r
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