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I'm new and I'm  sure this has been discussed so just send me a link if you want.  Is there no smudge or blend tool in  Paint.net?

Sure would like one for my first creation I'm working on.

 

Thanks,

pslane

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Hi pslane, welcome to the forum.

 

There is a pack of plugins that you can use here

 

Keep in mind that you are using a very old version of PDN...likely because you are using a tablet & like the pressure sensitivity, which is not supported in later versions?

 

This version of plugins may not work with your older version of PDN. You may have to forgo the pressure for other goodies :D

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I'm sorry, but in order to get support on this forum, you must be running a current version of Paint.NET.  Either 3.5.11 (for now) or the 4.0 beta.

 

I'd suggest trying the 4.0 beta out.  I bet you'd like it.  :-)

 

For now, thread is locked.

 

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