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Hardwood Flooring [Rewritten]

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This sounds really dumb and yes i am new to this but how do you select each row so percectly? I read above that its not magic wand and there was something said about zooming in with rectangle select that I dont understand, can anyone help me?

And also if I finish this how would I apply it to something else? like if it i was making a wooden shield how would i do that?

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This is my result :)

double layer and additive mixed layer

then rotate and zoom adjustment

I am new to this and is difficult for me because I do not speak English

thinking and thinking it occurred to me combine text fire effect so I did

I tut steps Dramatic Fire Text from Mixgoom

when ready (all linked layers) make magic wand and implement disfuminado of the surface on the black background and adjust it as you like it

layer properties set blending mode and opacity<br title="Haz clic para obtener otras posibles traducciones" class=""> Finally double layer of wood processing and adjust flame layer mode and opacity until you like it

Hope you like it and I started using the program less than a month ago :mrred::sad:

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Wow great tutorial. But I think the effect of color is less similar to the original, because the original color is the color that looks less smooth.

makasi for the tutorial and sharing it.

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Try using D19163 for the colour instead, and set the layer blending mode to Overlay at 200 Opacity.

 

Originally at the time of writing this tutorial I had assumed everyone had the same experience I had with Paint.NET. However, obviously there are a lot of newcomers to Paint.NET who may view this tutorial. In order to make this more newcomer friendly I'm rewriting this tutorial and may also provide a video if time permits. It will also include some improvements that I have thought of.

Thanks for all the replies on this tutorial.

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Looking forward to seeing the new version

 

This was one of my early inspirations to making wood.  Thanks

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Glad to hear welsh, it's not too different just better explained (hopefully)

Well the rewrite is finished and up. Good luck to everyone who attempts this. :)

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Nice and easy to follow ... 

 

And you did an amazing job with highlighting, I think personally that highlighting is my biggest weakness, I can never seem to get it right. Mind if i use your image in the main post as a "What you can achieve with this"?

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Very good tutorial Jerkfight, easy to understand, thanks to Welshblue for the inspiration to make this :)

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Edited to edit the image :)

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 Mind if i use your image in the main post as a "What you can achieve with this"?

 

Go ahead mate.  Honoured you asked.

 

For the lighting I used a sort of grid to separate every 3rd piece horizontally then used Bevel Selection (set to Overlay ... lowered opacity)  on each cell.  

Then used Relief on the finished base texture - then merged 

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@Welshy and Sasha:  Gobsmacked at those images.  Wow. :star:

 

 

Very impressive examples Welshblue & Sasha. Top marks B)

 

 

Totally agree!! Well done both of you.

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