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How to start a fire with Paint.NET


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I got some nice results!

This ones just the normal 1000x500, close to the one the author did...

http://i155.photobucket.com/albums/s293 ... u/fire.gif

Now....

http://i155.photobucket.com/albums/s293 ... /fire2.png

I used Zoom Blur Delux plugin....

http://i155.photobucket.com/albums/s293 ... /fire3.gif

And the Zoom Delux Plugin + water Plugin...

http://i155.photobucket.com/albums/s293 ... etrans.gif

I like this tut...very nice!

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I first read about Paint.NET in Wikipedia. They also had a link to the Tutorials section. Seeing some of the neat things you could do with little effort is what got me hooked on the program. The fire effect is the first one I've tried out.

I'm not a graphic artist, just someone dabbling in all of this, but I think my first creation turned out pretty well. What do you think?

chapter1imagefireballcrbc0.jpg

It's supposed to represent an object streaking through the clouds, like a meteorite or a sci-fi ship. I guess if I wanted to be really precise, i could have created some kind of fireball in a separate layer and added it to the front of the white streak, but I just wanted to play around with this tutorial for now.

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