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This is my final post at the Paint.NET forums.


As you may or may not have known, I've been playing Roblox on and off for years now.  And, I've really started to spend more and more time there.  I just don't have the time to dedicate to the Paint.NET forum anymore... so, it's better that I leave all at once!


It's been great getting to know all of you!


But, honestly, I won't miss you at all as I'm just too busy on my Roblox account!


BTW, does anyone know how to use Paint.NET to make clothes?  I can't figure it out and I really want some fancy threads!




Just be sure to download my plugin pack before I take it down...



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Oh no, we'll be sad to see you go 😥 And just as putting the finishing touches on a big new release focused on features specifically for Roblox!!! I had to rewrite about 20% of the rendering engine, but it's been worth it

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@BoltBait Sorry to see you go.


Three basic steps for designing clothes


1. The Texture - What your clothes will look like in the final rendition. (what Paint is used for)

2. The Template - designed to be applied to the 3D object. (Your example)

3. The 3D object - Used to apply the template to make your clothes. This 3d object will be designed/provided by the programmers of the 3D environment you will be playing in. In this case RobLox. Look for a designer pack to download specific to Roblox. The theory might be to create the object in blender, upload to the Roblox platform and apply your template to the object. 


This is what I initially started using paint for. I designed clothing for a 3D environment I was playing in. It progressed to other objects like furniture and architecture as well. It was a tedious process, but I was able to create some unique designs for the 3D world I was playing in. The novelty eventually wore off and I haven't designed anything for about 2 years. Seems once I learn how to do something, I don't bother doing it anymore.


It was a lot easier than trying to learn programming. If Rick is the father of Paint you sure were his brother in the progress Paint has made over the years. Just like Red Ochre - you will be back. :)




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39 minutes ago, LionsDragon said:

Brats! You're a bunch of brats!


(And I love you stinkers just the way you are.)


I echo LD...the best April Fool's joke I've seen this year.  🤣


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April Fools - you naughty, naughty boy 🤣 Last time someone who did that way back when was @Goonfella and I remember falling for it hook-line-and-sinker 🤣


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