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First of all, im not sure if this is the right section of the forum for this, im sorry if it isnt.

Any way, i use PDN a lot for creating portraits, i was thinking of creating a tut on how to create a portrait using PDN, do you guys think this would be a useful tut?

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Depends how the portrait turns out and if the method differs from other portrait-like tutorials available (I'm thinking of oma's here).

As david keeps saying: post in the Pictorium and see how it flies from there.

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If it's not really all that Paint.NET related, I'd suggest against making a tutorial. Remember, these are Paint.NET forums. :-)

 

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okay david, this is just how i draw portraits on PDN, i noticed there were a decent amount of portraits being posted recently in the pictorium so i thought maybe i would share the way i did mine, but i do understand wat your saying, its more pixel art with a few effects for shading lol

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