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I want PDN to do everything that Photoshop does. I especially want to be able to wrap one image around the other or replace a certain part of a scene with an overlay or transparency. Can anyone tell me what plugins to use, I have the MADJIK special but it doesn't do what I want it to.

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Paint.NET unlike Photoshop, it is a free program developing by one person - Rick Brewster, unlike Photoshop team development. However, there are enough plugin developers (coders) on the forum who may be able to help you in response to your request for the plugin you need.

 

Remember that possibilities Paint.NET not comparable to the possibilities of Photoshop.

 

Take a look at Plugin Index - maybe you will find what you need. Some plugins have analogues (full or not full) of Photoshop plugins.

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For transparency try changing the opacity of the layer or there's BoltBait's Transparency

 

 

Wrapping - all depends what you want to do - to put a shape on a coffee mug for example - use shape3D.  Tube Oblique in Madjik's pack can be good too.

Or there's Distort This ... amongst others of the same ilk  As Remake says scan through the plugin index http://mattw.io/pdn-plugin-index/

Grid Warp  can be useful for warping/ wrapping

 

Sometimes just playing with Blend Modes can do it for you.  I just used Multiply and lowered the opacity on the flag on the hand

 

wrap.png

 

If it's anything specific posting it here will get better answers

 

 

 

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