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Texture Maker and Wally Like Plugins

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Hello there.

I was Wondering about what if we could Generate Textures in some sort of Plugin Pack, Like in this Program Called Texture Maker.

Link to Tour: http://www.texturemaker.com/tour.php

 

For One, we could Generate Scratch Noise and Rectangles, to have some Nice Base Metals for Other Metal Related Textures.

Generators:  http://www.texturemaker.com/help/functions/overview_generator.htm
 

But Also, we could have Features from Wally in this Plugin Pack, Like a Scratch Tool, Bullet Hole Tool, and Even a Rivet Tool, so Rivets, Bolts, and Corrugation can be Placed on your Textures.

Link to Wally: http://www.quaketastic.com/files/tools/wally_155.B.zip

 

Hopefully, someone can do these Ideas, and Share it with the Paint.net Texture Designing World!

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Greetings,

Paint.NET has tutorials on how to use the apps to produce textures:
https://forums.getpaint.net/forum/28-textures/

You will be amazed at how many methods there are with the plugins that currently exist.
Over the years I have used the app to produce dozens of textures.

I am sure that more plugins will be developed for this purpose in the future!

Edited by HyReZ
Correcting spelling and adding more nfo!

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2 minutes ago, HyReZ said:

Greetings,

Paint.NET has tutorials on how to use the apps to produce textures:
https://forums.getpaint.net/forum/28-textures/

You will be amazed at how methods there are with plugins that current exist.
Over the years I have used the app to produce dozens of textures.

I am sure that more plugins will be developed for this purpose in the future!

 

I Hope so, because if not, well, that's Fine. I can always learn how to Code my Own Texture Making Plugins in the Future.

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If you're looking for a plugin that allows you to generate multiple types of textures. G'MIC is a thing. Personally, I'm actually planning to copy tutorials and making them into a G'MIC filter to automate those process.

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