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Mirure

Brushes in paint.net ?

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I read the rules, and I'm trying so hard to apply them. So, I have a question. I was online I saw these beautiful brushes, but i think they were meant for photoshop. Is there any way at all to apply them in Paint.net. ? If is not, any chance i can recomend a feature similar to that to be added to this awesum software?

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I would love brushes in Paint.NET, but this is exactly the reason I didn't create a topic about it. But the GIMP and Photoshop both have brushes (heck, even KidPix has brushes) so why not Paint.NET?

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It's not that it's necessarily difficult to code, it just takes a lot of time. And we all know that time is money. I need money so that I can make ends meet: buy food, pay mortgage, pump gas, etc. My job gives me money, and takes a lot of my time in return. Therefore, I do not always have lots of time for working on Paint.NET. If you read the plans for Paint.NET v4.00 on the roadmap you'll see that I'm going in the direction of a new architecture that enables all sorts of things including soft brushes.

These are not excuses. Just the facts.

I also remember him saying that it would take "a lot of plumbing" to get features like this to work.

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