Sword_Acolyte Posted September 1, 2008 Share Posted September 1, 2008 I have a question if there is some way to do this with the standard paint.net package (or if there is a package for this) Ok, my question is if you are re-coloring stuff, how do you mix adjacent colors? I've tried both the gradient tool, and the Gaussian blur, but neither of those are exactly what I want. The gaussian mixs the color, but it blurs the image! I just need to mix the color, but retain its sharpness. A trick you could do in the paint for windows was put down some color in some key areas, then by resizing your pic, it would 'mix' the colors, and when you restored it to its standard size the colors would be evenly mixed, but not blurred. I hope this isn't confusing as to what Im trying to get here. Its kind of like if i had a pic of someone with blond hair, if i could put some brown in spots, then mix it, i could make the hair look darker, yet if i use the Gaussian, the pic is ruined because the 'blurriness' is super obvious. Or comparably, put black down somewhere, then distribute that blackness around a little, without blurring out the pic. Thanks a lot! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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