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Besides the normal Paint.net tools is there something considered, like a standard upgrade package of plug-ins either paid or not? In other words, the next step to take in expanding Paint.net? Following those lines, is there a set of plug-ins considered for advanced users only? I realize the need to spend some quality time here, there is so much to learn. Any quick advice? Thanks

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Downloading some of the pinned plugins / plugin packs is always a good starting point for beginners and advanced users, the best way to get to know paint.net is to have a play around for a while with no plugins installed and get to know the basics before diving into it head on :) 

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Advanced is subjective here. We all use PDN for different purposes. What some feel is difficult is really easy for others. It depends on what you want to do with it. PDN is so user-friendly that it does not discriminate or categorise plugins. 

 

The tutorials are categorised into beginners, advanced etc so that the user can build on the skills learnt or things like text effects & creations. Tutorials are a fabulous way of learning how plugins work & give you something nice at the end of the learning. :D

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