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Hi Shibby96. Welcome to the forum.

You've posted your question in the Newbie Playground area of the Tutorial Forum. While it might seem like the right area to post in, this area is actually reserved for tutorials suitable for Newbies. That makes sense when you think about it doesn't it?

As this is your first post I'll move it to the General Discussion & Questions section for you.

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Hi Shibby96. Welcome to the forum.

You've posted your question in the Newbie Playground area of the Tutorial Forum. While it might seem like the right area to post in, this area is actually reserved for tutorials suitable for Newbies. That makes sense when you think about it doesn't it?

As this is your first post I'll move it to the General Discussion & Questions section for you.

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Oh I'm sorry I didn't notice. :D Thanks for moving it anyway

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If you want an image glow, you got two option which is already installed with Paint.NET(They are different too each other):

- Go to Effects > Photo > Glow

or

- Double click the layer (or right click and "Layer properties") Then select "Glow" under blending > mode

edit:

Sorry, I tough you could use the Layer properties glow on a single picture. Anyways, you could use it to make it glow on another image.. Uhm, I'm not very good at explaining, so lets draw!:

<<[[NOTE: All images is made by me, and if you use them, please give me creditsboltbait.roll.png]]>>

Edited by xmariusx

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<br>If you want an image glow, you got two option which is already installed with Paint.NET(<font color="#ff0000">They are different too each other</font>):<br> - Go to Effects > Photo > Glow<br>or<br>- Double click the layer (or right click and "Layer properties") Then select "Glow" under blending > mode<br><br><b>edit:</b><br><br>Sorry, I tough you could use the Layer properties glow on a single picture. Anyways, you could use it to make it glow on another image.. Uhm, I'm not very good at explaining, so lets draw!:<br><br><b><<[[NOTE: All images is made by me, and if you use them, please give me credits</b><img src="http://forums.getpaint.net/public/style_emoticons/default/boltbait.roll.png"><b>]]>></b><br>

<br>I'm to lazy to resize them.<br><snip>

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<br><br>I know, I'm just saying as an example. <img src="http://forums.getpaint.net/public/style_emoticons/default/boltbait.big_smile.png" class="bbc_emoticon" alt=":D"> But, I was talking about like ~ How you make a drop shadow, inner shadow for the image, or outer/inner glow in the layer not the image itself >.< <br><br>Thanks! Edited by shibby96
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I don't find any rules on how big an image could be.. any ways. Whats the spoiler for then? I tough you used it when you had big images, so it did'nt slow down slow computers.

@shibby96:

As far as I know, you need to do this stuff with plug-ins. I don't think you can do this with layer properties.. correct me if I'm wrong.

- You can find the drop shadow effect in this plug-in pack :)

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I don't find any rules on how big an image could be.. any ways. Whats the spoiler for then? I tough you used it when you had big images, so it did'nt slow down slow computers.

@shibby69:

As far as I know, you need to do this stuff with plug-ins. I don't think you can do this with layer properties.. correct me if I'm wrong.

- You can find the drop shadow effect in this plug-in pack :)

xmariusx, its 96 not 69 :D OKAY THANKS MUCH! :)

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I don't find any rules on how big an image could be..

Rule #29

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