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I am ashamed to ask, but when I get to use SineWaves, I won't succeed in getting the wave, no matter the value of the amplitude.

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I won't get the real wave, surely depending on me.

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And neither will I get a real wave, when I go to a higher value of the amplitude.

I hope that someone is willing to help me out on this.

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Select the whole layer before running sinewaves.

If you run it on a thin selection it is highly likely the distortion will take the pattern over the edge of your selection. Hence the chaotic result.

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Select the whole layer before running sinewaves.

If you run it on a thin selection it is highly likely the distortion will take the pattern over the edge of your selection. Hence the chaotic result.

I did select the whole layer, after merging the circle layers down to 1 layer, pressing ctrl+a.

After that, I'd run SineWaves, and I would get this effect, as print screened above.

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After completing Step 5, press Ctrl+D to deselect.

Then continue on to Step 6.

@flip: Consider adding this to the original tut?

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Hello, I'm new to the site and to paint.net and this tut was great. Thanks for taking the time to do this, I haven't been able to sleep since I started learning this program.

Here's my go at it.

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"Don't ask a man what's important to him, but watch how he spends his time"

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