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juanz-dezignz:

I am not trying to insult you in any way. But, this is so good that you are going to need to prove you did it with PdN. Well, you don't need to do anything. But I have a hard time believing it was done in Paint.NET.

 

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juanz-dezignz:

I am not trying to insult you in any way. But, this is so good that you are going to need to prove you did it with PdN. Well, you don't need to do anything. But I have a hard time believing it was done in Paint.NET.

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You know what I'm thinking?

Someone just got pwn3d.

Honestly, no one cares if you used a different program to do part of a graphic. But, if you mislead people into thinking that you did the whole thing in Paint.NET...

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Download: BoltBait's Plugin Pack | CodeLab | and how about a Computer Dominos Game

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NEW SIMPLIER WAY TO MAKE BUBBLES...

1. Create a new image 600x600 px with Blue BackGround.

2. Add a layer and use the circle selection with Shift from 300,5 to 300,595.

3. Use the cloud plug-in to fill the circle.

4. Still within the selection, apply a motion blur angle 25 / 50px.

5. Still within the selection, apply one or two time the distort effect sphere at 100px.

6. unselect all and add a drop shadow X:2 Y:2 Radius:2.

Ok!

PS: Will add picts later if asked...

Final pict as example:

bubbles2.jpg

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i have to ask . wtf is distort effect sphere

If wtf means something like "where" then this is the link of the topic

http://paintdotnet.12.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?t=2652&highlight=

and the link of the effect

http://members.optushome.com.au/edharvey/Edfects.Distortion.zip

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  • 1 month later...

It looks nice, but I have a Problem with this.

If I had my bubble finish you wrote that we should make the background transparence.

Ok, but if I do this and then want to save the Bubble as .gif, it only saves the white "shine" from step 6.

It's difficulty to explain my Problem in Englisch :?

I don't know, may I understand something wrong in your Tutorial, or isn't it possible to make a gif picture? Ô_o

thanks in advance and sorry for english mistakes :/

Whisky

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It looks nice, but I have a Problem with this.

If I had my bubble finish you wrote that we should make the background transparence.

Ok, but if I do this and then want to save the Bubble as .gif, it only saves the white "shine" from step 6.

It's difficulty to explain my Problem in Englisch :?

I don't know, may I understand something wrong in your Tutorial, or isn't it possible to make a gif picture? Ô_o

thanks in advance and sorry for english mistakes :/

Whisky

Background:

As shown on the screenshots the background is the level zero layer (the black one). Uncheck it to have transparent background. Gif should be ok then...

To save:

First :

Always save in .pdn format

AND second :

save in any other format you need...(.jpg, .gif, etc)

(somethime you'll need to flatten before Ctrl+Shift+F)

If you need to update/change then open the .pdn file!

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Oscar Enix, Here is the image that step 12 will produce. Hopefully it will hold you over untill Rick is able to resolve the problem with the download link for the CodeLab plugin.

EDIT: It seems the server that hosts the CodeLab_2_6.zip file is down at the moment. You may want to try downloading it again later.

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- DO NOT contact me asking for the .pdn of my avatar or the PDN logo. Thank you. Have a nice day.

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