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3D Splatters


MiniPwnr
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Hello there,

Today I'll show U how to make 3D splatters on normal letters.

 

Plugin/Effects Required:

(Antialias) http://I have a virus on my system!/Features/Effects/Plugins/Others/Antialias/

(CustomBrushesMini) http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/14845-custombrushesmini-v21/

(Drop Shadow) http://I have a virus on my system!/features/effects/plugins/stylize/drop_shadow/

 

Step 1. Choose a font u want and write ur text.

 

Step 2. Add A new layer.

step2l.png

 

Step 3. Go to the new layer.

On the new layer go to Effects->CustomBrushesMini->Draw With Custom Brushes Mini

step3j.png

 

Step 4.Select A splatter brush, choose a colour & format and click on ur page. Than click the "OK" button.

step4bx.png

 

Step 5. Duplicate the splash layer and bring it down until it's under the text layer.

step5p.png

 

Step 6. Go to the text layer. Click on the Magic Wand and set Tollerance to 40% in the upper of your screen.

step6k.png

 

Stop 7. Hold shift and click on the clear space and go to upper splash layer, than click the delete button.

step7b.png

 

Step 8. When u're in the upper splash layer go to Effects->Antialias and click the "OK" button.

step8.png

 

Step 9. Go to the text layer and click on Effects->Object->Drop Shadow

step9cj.png

 

Step 10. Make the shadow colour black and Shadow Transparanty to the good place (Differt on every text, but around 130).

step10u.png

 

Ur done!

 

Examples:

example2xbx.png

example1q.png

Enjoy this tutorial!

You want to see more? Please leave a comment!

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Nice tutorial for new ones. Welcome to the forum. 

 

People new to Paint.NET will need some screen shots...as noted above.

 

I would encourage you to edit your text so that u & ur become you, your & you're or even you are in the appropriate places ;)

 

The top cut part of the splatter needs to have a Gaussian Blur (@ 1 or 2)  or Feather & AA Assistant run on it to remove the jagginess. If you start at 4 times the size canvas you want the end result to be, the jagginess will be less apparent & using GB @ 2 works a treat for this. Then you can resize down by 25% :D

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April Jones, 2012

 
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I am almost sure you didn't read this - http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/12138-tutorial-forum-posting-guidelines-update-030209/ #1 is not only important, its required.

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