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ok i basically just got paint.net and im a total newb.

i have no idea how to do anything so please bare with me.

i can get the gradient fine,

then i create the new layer, and go to clouds, and put the blend mode at difference.

but it still looks the same, i try repeating the clouds efect but the places of the gradients just switch(black goes to top and white goes to bottom, and they keep switching everytime i hit repeat clouds)

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ok i basically just got paint.net and im a total newb.

i have no idea how to do anything so please bare with me.

i can get the gradient fine,

then i create the new layer, and go to clouds, and put the blend mode at difference.

but it still looks the same, i try repeating the clouds efect but the places of the gradients just switch(black goes to top and white goes to bottom, and they keep switching everytime i hit repeat clouds)

Did you change the blending mode of the second layer to overlay?

I'm still alive!

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Here's my pic- the third thing I've made in paint.net. It came out kinda the way I wanted it to... image ... but what I'd really like is to put like a gold glow around the shadow of the dragon. If anyone could help me with how to do that, I'd be very grateful.

You could use the drop shadow plugin on the dragon. Make the color gold, make the shadow not be offset at all, and blur it a little.

I'm still alive!

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ok i basically just got paint.net and im a total newb.

i have no idea how to do anything so please bare with me.

i can get the gradient fine,

then i create the new layer, and go to clouds, and put the blend mode at difference.

but it still looks the same, i try repeating the clouds efect but the places of the gradients just switch(black goes to top and white goes to bottom, and they keep switching everytime i hit repeat clouds)

Did you change the blending mode of the second layer to overlay?

i thought i did but guess not,

THANKS A BUNCH.

THIS TUT IS DA BOMB!

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