# Looking for a Rhombus in the shapes section

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Hi all

That's all I'm looking for and have tried searching but to no avail

Does anyone know if there is a shape pack that includes this shape please?

Thanks in advance if anyone can help and point me in the right direction

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Rhombus is a built-in shape.

Another name for Rhombus is Diamond.  Try that.

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9 hours ago, BoltBait said:

Rhombus is a built-in shape.

Another name for Rhombus is Diamond.  Try that.

Hi thanks for the reply if I show you what i want to do it may be easier, a diamond isn't really a Rhombus because you cannot change the length of the sides AFAIK this is what I want to do (see pic below) I want to replicate the 'A' as the first letter below using three objects - a diamond and two rhombus' or as my spelling checker says Rhombi

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Those two shapes are 'trapezoids', not rhombuses. It's also a built-in shape.

Diamond shape in Paint.NET is actually a rhombus. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhombus)

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sorry OK found it - sorry but the dyslexia was a bit strong yesterday

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• Solution

Making the A...

1. Set Primary color = green
2. Set Secondary color = blue
3. Add a new layer with Ctrl + Shift + N
4. Shapes > Triangle. Drag one out with the Shift key held down.
5. Duplicate the layer
6. Use Fill tool and right mouse to recolor the second triangle blue.
7. Activate the magic wand tool
8. In the blue triangle layer, select the background with a low tolerance, then invert the selection with Ctrl + I
9. Press M twice. Move the selection to the right using the keyboard arrow keys (count how many time you hit the keys).
10. Press Delete.
11. Repeat steps 8 to 10 in the green triangle layer, but move the selection to the left the same number of steps before deletion.
12. Set the top layer blend mode to MULTIPLY.
13. Activate the magic wand tool and set the Sampling mode (in the toolbar) to IMAGE
14. Select the overlap.
15. Use Adjustments > Hue/Saturation: Hue 89 | Saturation (default) | Lightness -50

If you take more time than I did you can get cleaner edges - but the basic technique is solid

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Hey man - thanks so much for taking the time to explain the process it was ultra kind of you to do that

I will try your suggestion ASAP

Thanks very much again

M

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