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Where to start: Simplified Paint.Net

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                                               Where to start: Simplified Paint.Net



I'm a newbie and I can tell that all these tutorials seem quite advanced, even those meant for curious newbies. That is O.K.

But where does one start? Can someone (or a group of tutors) please start a new tutorial? I would also suggest that topics are numbered and linked to all past tutorials.


* Start by creating very simple objects.

* The tutorials should be as short as possible.

* These objects will then gradually be altered.


A circle could end up as an orb, very complex. Very detailed. Imagine a molecule i 3D...



I'm just suggesting don't shoot me. Ouch!


Please upload your artwork of a: 'circle' & 'whatever you wanna transformed it into'... Thanx in advanced.

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I'd recommend looking at these tutorials, or this book by our esteemed user EER for some start up info.  Those are all great places to start.


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Amy: But how did it end up in there?
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