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Tom Jackson

How to start a fire with Paint.NET

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Awesome tutorial, made me go download the beta, which I'm enjoying quite a bit. Here's my own spin on this technique, so to speak:

I have 2.72,do i have to download the beta version of paint.net to do this.???? can i get a link if i have to?.. thanks

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Ismail_H, You are currently using the wrong Cloud effect. There is the one you are using, which is a third-party plugin. Then there is the Cloud effect that is built in v3.0b. You need to use the latter of the two.

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hotsmile.jpg<>hotsmile2.jpg

Same tut... but instead using gradient on flat "floor" I used egg's forme...

For the right pict, I played more with layers and layers modes...

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I couldn't help but start my own fire. Next, I used the original wartime Germany poster to create an image like this:

waffenss.png

http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs510&d=06514&f=waffenss.png

And here's the poster I've used:

poster1_small.jpg

I cropped some parts, pasted into new layer, blended etc., as usual.

(Please note that this is NOT nazi propaganda - it's art for art's sake only). :wink:

Working with Paint.NET is a very enjoyable experience. Thank you & Merry Christmas! :)

Just wondering, how do you create that sort of border on the image?

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make fire, copy, paste, flip, invert, polar inversion, twist = Fire and Ice...

Well excuse me!

i'm still waiting for that box tutorial bro... lol

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untitledhk7.gif

my attempt ^^^^

im new to using paint.net and im sorry if i did this wrong =D

i used to work on game graphics but this is entirely different

i used beneton. much easier to use than unfreez. and more functions.

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Just a thought, if you want to animate something, animate the flames and keep the name still.

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