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How to start a fire with Paint.NET


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Hello all,

My frist post on these forums just wanted to say thanks to Tom and all of you for these tutorial and help on these forums.

I am completely new to photo making and all this stuff. Despite that handicap by following your tutorial I was able to make this!

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Now on to my first signature which is why installed Paint.net in the fist place. All these effects and tutorials keep getting me sidetracked :D

but thats a good thing

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nice shape. more globular flames I think might look nicer, though; at the moment it looks like it's been punched out, whereas it'd be better if it seemed as though it was actually flaming. Not sure if I've expressed that as well as I could. Anyway, yeah, it's good. If you flip vertically, it looks like a flaming Viking helmet! cool!

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Hey

I am trying to make that fire, but when I use the clouds effect, the flames are all over the image! :?: (so they don't start at the bottom and end at the top). What do I do wrong? Maybe it's just because I am pretty new to Paint.NET.

But I díd follow all the steps....

When I was 10, I knew over a hundred planes!

Edited by Rick: Your sig was too big, so I have removed it. Please read the rules, http://paintdotnet.12.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?t=3446

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Brambori: no, I don't think you did follow all the steps; make sure you've put the gradient there and that the layer visibility is ticked in the layers window.

vobie: erm.. try the conditional hue saturation plugin (search the plugins forum for it)? or play with brightness/contrast..

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