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Thank you Nom Bot,

Interesting effect. I wonder if a few options could be added such as:

- minimum size of cubes

- maximum size of cubes (bigger cubes)

- number of cubes

- line color

- other shapes : circle fitting, 

Can you recognize my Rubix's cube?

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OOPS!. I forgot : Welcome to the forums! :) 

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Thanks, everyone! Good to see people are finding uses for this thing ...

Next version will have line color option (easy) and hopefully some way to control the size of the boxes (not so easy)

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Very interesting effect, NomBot!  I like it, too.

Thank you for sharing your plugin and Welcome to the PDN Forum!!   :)   :beer:   :pizza:

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Hello @Newcomer and Welcome to the forum :)

 

As @NomBot hasn't logged in since 2017 I will try to answer your question.

 

1.  You first download his plugin `~ unzip it and save to the Effects Folder in paint.net.

2.  Import a picture (he used one with a head)

3.  Then go to ~ Effects ~ Artistic ~ BoxFitting

 

Good Luck!

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Hi pixey I've seen you in other threads I'm just a day old here and a newbie artist Ive been looking for free softwares I could use in game design and Ive read that Paint dot net is quite good compared to vector types though I uninstalled it a couple of times before not knowing i would have much fun experimenting with its features LOL thank you for your help :)

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3 hours ago, Pixey said:

1.  You first download his plugin `~ unzip it and save to the Effects Folder in paint.net.

2.  Import a picture (he used one with a head)

3.  Then go to ~ Effects ~ Artistic ~ BoxFitting

 

1.5 Restart Paint.net ;) (otherwise the plugin won't show up in the Effects > Artistic menu)

 

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Hmm ... newer versions of Paint.NET let you use the ColorWheel control that includes an alpha slider. Think this effect could be updated to use that?

 

This is done by setting the min/max value of the Int32 property to min=Int32.MinValue, max=Int32.MaxValue. @BoltBait contributed this enhancement :)

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