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Painterryu,

In the status bar, at the very bottom-right of Paint.NET

are two numbers that show the mouse-cursor coordinates.

Move the mouse to where those numbers are: 400, 300.

This is the center of an 800X600 canvas.

Start your radial gradient from the 400, 300 position.

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Painterryu,

In the status bar, at the very bottom-right of Paint.NET

are two numbers that show the mouse-cursor coordinates.

Move the mouse to where those numbers are: 400, 300.

This is the center of an 800X600 canvas.

Start your radial gradient from the 400, 300 position.

Ok and thank you.

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Here's mine! :D

ngn43.png

It looks like a fireball. *fiddles around* I'll try to fix it up. Expect another image soon.

My next try: I fiddled with Radial Gradient and zoom blur a bit, gave it a Gaussian Blur too.

The image that (I hope) you've been ALL waiting for!:D

b63914.png

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Pretty nice tutorial, but for some reason the RGB Curves option doesn't work for me....And on like one of the last steps, I couldn't figure it out. So, here's my outcome-

Explosionsmall.png

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