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i was wondering if its possible to do stuff like this in paint.net

http://apothix.deviantart.com/art/28design-15410507 > the main bg

or stuff like this

http://www.ultrashock.com/a/preview/425 ... -frame.jpg

http://colintossijn.files.wordpress.com ... rworld.jpg

is there a plugin or is there a tutorial for this

thank you for reading and please respond :)

(i searched the forums but like the title i didn't know what to search for exactly)

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i was wondering if its possible to do stuff like this in paint.net

http://apothix.deviantart.com/art/28design-15410507 > the main bg

or stuff like this

http://www.ultrashock.com/a/preview/425 ... -frame.jpg

http://colintossijn.files.wordpress.com ... rworld.jpg

is there a plugin or is there a tutorial for this

thank you for reading and please respond :)

(i searched the forums but like the title i didn't know what to search for exactly)

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i was wondering if its possible to do stuff like this in paint.net

http://apothix.deviantart.com/art/28design-15410507 > the main bg

or stuff like this

http://www.ultrashock.com/a/preview/425 ... -frame.jpg

http://colintossijn.files.wordpress.com ... rworld.jpg

is there a plugin or is there a tutorial for this

thank you for reading and please respond :)

(i searched the forums but like the title i didn't know what to search for exactly)

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Is it possible? Yes. Is it easy? Eh. For starters, you'll probably need one of Simon Brown's custom brush plugins. What you're looking for is an abstract background, and I really don't know of any set tutorial for something like you've asked about, at least for Paint.NET. Personally, I would scour websites like PSDTuts for an effect you like. Try to translate the steps from Photoshop, and if you need help, you could post back here. I'm sure some helpful forum members will drop by.

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Is it possible? Yes. Is it easy? Eh. For starters, you'll probably need one of Simon Brown's custom brush plugins. What you're looking for is an abstract background, and I really don't know of any set tutorial for something like you've asked about, at least for Paint.NET. Personally, I would scour websites like PSDTuts for an effect you like. Try to translate the steps from Photoshop, and if you need help, you could post back here. I'm sure some helpful forum members will drop by.

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