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Ash

S3D#3:Use Cylinder to do Tree/Wood/Stems.(EASY)

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Thanks Ash!! I've been using Paint.net for two days :-) , I'm a programmer normally and decided to give it a instead of asking and artistic friend. Check out my drift wood!:

driftwood.png

What you think? :D

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Cool thing you got there blundell. i tried myself too, because i need it to make a texture out of. unfortunately you can't make the clouds seamless without using clone etc. etc. etc.. :cry:

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I can make a seamless tut for this kinda "fuzzy" texture (I can't think of a good term)...who wants?

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I have been trying to make a weathered barn wood texture and finally decided to check the tuts. I like to at least attempt it on my own first- more often then not though I find myself here looking desperately for a tut. boltbait.smile.png

Anyhow, this tut is exactly what I was looking for...

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Thank you for sharing your know how with us!

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Dents Classic is in the Archives but the links don't work & there have been a few requests for it.

Any chance we can get Ed to update them. Dents Classic is...classic! I have it & I'd be lost without it. Many thanks in advance.

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I would rather Ed fixed his links, but if that isn't going to happen immediately then feel free to share.

I'll PM Ed to let him know the links are broken.

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