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Greetings, I'm new here and am fairly new to Paint.Net and image editing itself.

Just thought I'd post a few of my attempts to use the program.

Please tell me what you think of them, it'd be helpful.

pickmodbl9.jpg

whitebeamsa0.png

noblem153oa0.jpg

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Greetings, I'm new here and am fairly new to Paint.Net and image editing itself.

Just thought I'd post a few of my attempts to use the program.

Please tell me what you think of them, it'd be helpful.

pickmodbl9.th.jpg whitebeamsa0.th.png noblem153oa0.th.jpg

Not bad, the border for the last one needs a bit feathering. :)

Welcome to the forum.

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Testing.... :?

Wave_Test_by_0_ASH_0.jpg

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Not bad, the border for the last one needs a bit feathering. :)

Welcome to the forum.

Yeah, I made that one before I found the feather plug in, I had to make do with Gaussian Blur while trying to keep the image clear. Any ideas how I can implement the feather plug in with the completed image to make the border clear, or should I just re-make the image using feather this time?

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Not bad, the border for the last one needs a bit feathering. :)

Welcome to the forum.

Yeah, I made that one before I found the feather plug in, I had to make do with Gaussian Blur while trying to keep the image clear. Any ideas how I can implement the feather plug in with the completed image to make the border clear, or should I just re-make the image using feather this time?

Remake would be much faster.

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chamberdoorabstract.png

Wow I love that. Any tuts for it? :D

Thats one of my trade mark techniques :D actually several of them. When I feel as though I have perfected it enough I will probably share it, There are a few kinks to work out.

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Here, my latest creation.

Urban_City_with_Hexagonal_____by_jerkfight.png

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I like it a lot. Was it in any way influenced by a piece I posted a while back, called Homage to Changes? Which (in itself) was inspired by another piece I saw on deviantART called Changes.

Perhaps you might add a bit of depth to the city silhouette by adding a couple of additional layers behind the main cityscape, each slightly smaller and lighter than the one above. I did this on my effort using rotate/zoom and tiling.

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Here, my latest creation.

Urban_City_with_Hexagonal_____by_jerkfight.png

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I like it a lot. Was it in any way influenced by a piece I posted a while back, called Homage to Changes? Which (in itself) was inspired by another piece I saw on deviantART called Changes.

Perhaps you might add a bit of depth to the city silhouette by adding a couple of additional layers behind the main cityscape, each slightly smaller and lighter than the one above. I did this on my effort using rotate/zoom and tiling.

Yes it was inspired by you.

My next one I will be trying to take your advice

1 more..

936211584d24f2c0.jpg

That is awesome

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Alright, when you're done your image and you want to add shine, do the following:

New image, [CTRL]+[shift]+. Add new layer, draw the shine ellipse in white. [CTRL]+[shift]+F, save as Shinemask.png.

Now back to the pic you want to add shine to, draw a gradient (White at the top, transparent at the bottom). Effects > Alpha Mask. Import Shinemask.png and voilĂ .

First_ID_by_Blooper101.png

Rather proud of this one. Click for full size on my dA.

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