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How to embed an image in cloud effects?


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Hey. I'm new here, but pretty old to Paint.NET. I am wondering if this is an option.

I would like to try to embed an image, in a clouds/fog effect, but don't want clouds in the whole entire picture.

Is there a way I could possibly, make some clouds or something. I want it to look realistic, like the stuff that comes out of an car exhaust. A kind of fog/smoke coating a portion of the photo.

Take a look at this website as an example: www.littlebigland.com/forum

Notice how at the side the Kart's are covered in smoke, along with that moon. That's basically something I would like to do with my wallpaper, just don't know how..

Any help would be appreciated. :)

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Have you thought about using Custom Brushes Mini: Click

Some examples:

Fog and Mist Brushes

Cloud Brushes

This will explain better than I can

*** BTW I recommend using a brush on it's own layer - easier to play with opacity etc later on in a project

Okay I've downloaded the CustomBrushMini, but how would I download and use the Cloud Brushes, which are meant to be for Photoshop?

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Okay I've downloaded the CustomBrushMini, but how would I download and use the Cloud Brushes, which are meant to be for Photoshop?

This might help you out ;)http://forums.getpai...rushesmini-v19/

This is the part you need to be reading for .abr brushes

The files are .abr files. Now what?

.abr files, are common Photoshop brush files. What you need to do now, is download a program called Abrviewer. (This can be downloaded here)

 

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