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Hey, guys. I've recently begun using the paint.NET port for Linux through Mono. I was pretty apathetic about using a specific freeware graphics program since I switched to Linux, and trundled along quite happily with the version of GIMP that came bundled with it. I did, however, meet and become friends with avid paint.NET user and tester, so I thought I'd give it a shot. Since I'm about to have to install Vista, I figured I should give the old C# book, er, PDF, a good dusting and find a new outlet for my boredom-induced programming binges.

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Didn't even notice this place, should've had a look around to begin with I guess ;)

I'm really new to Paint.Net, downloaded it on the weekend, had fun with it already, hopefully get some more practice with it in the next few weeks. Always had an interest in Art, did it at GCSE, but always found that digital art could just be so easily manipulated towards a final goal. Any way, enough rambling. Hopefully get to know you all soon enough

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Been lurking around here for almost a year now decided I should introduce myself, and dish out major kudos to the development team here. I was turned on to this place when I was bit ummm complaining about the price of CS3. After flipping through the forums to get an idea of what this program could do I downloaded it and a few tutorials to help me get started with the program. I fell in love, within 20 minutes I had a decent grasp of the basics and was starting to do so custom work for friends. Probably the most intuitive GFX program I've ever seen. The plugin system is great it means you only have the stuff you actually use. Keep up the fine work folks. Just one question, do I have to purchase a license if I were to use this program in a business setting?

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Hi

I've had Paint.NET for about a year, but until recently I've only used it for resizing images. Now I have a bunch of plugins and I'm having fun playing with them. Kind of like what I used to do with watercolour paints, but I don't have to wait for anything to dry, it doesn't make as much of a mess, and I don't have to store my 'experiments' on a shelf. :lol:

I do not aspire to do anything very complicated or write tutorials, I just want to play. :D

 

 

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