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Ok, if there is one in the program already I'm gonna feel like a total idiot...

So is it just me or is there no spray paint tool............!?!?

I just realized I was missing something...

And then...

NO SPRAY PAINT!?

WHAT!?!?

Maybe someone can make a plugin for it? :X

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The "spraypaint" tool is great for MS Paint style images, but it just doesn't belong in a general-purpose paint program.

A good way to simulate it (better than my last method) is to paint with full opacity and then use the "Effects->Frosted Glass" effect. Enjoy :)

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I'd have to completely disagree. =\

In general it results in pictures that have a very poor and worse than amateur quality look to then.

If this is ever possible in Paint.NET it will just be part of a more generalized brush system.

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  • 7 years later...

In general it results in pictures that have a very poor and worse than amateur quality look to then.

If this is ever possible in Paint.NET it will just be part of a more generalized brush system.

 

 

Mmk, I see your point but I still disagree. =)

I'd have to agree with Hellfire. Sure, spray paint isn't really helpful for "professional" quality photos, but if you are creating an image with a limited color palette it can be a great way of adding noise. Plus, I really like Paint.net and don't want to have to resort to using MS Paint, even if it still gets the job done, :)

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