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This nonexistent flower in the morning sunshine is for you all. 100% PdN, of course.

Flower.jpg

In this full-size detail it is easier to find defects:

Flower-Detail.jpg

Is there anyone who knows how to add smell in PdN? I cannot find the way. Please post a tutorial with detailed steps (and the plugin if required). Thanks.

Pyjo.

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@Crazy Ninja: Thanks! Nice space pic, really like the sunshine effect :D . As for tips I think you should try to make the space ship thingy a bit more 3d. Don't know how though :?

@pyjo: That is outstanding! :o The flower is fantastic, but i also love the mountains in the backgroud!

Is there anyone who knows how to add smell in PdN?

:lol:

@Kyselina: Looks cool :wink:

edit:

Made to images and faded them together and added som effects in WMM:

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Know it's kinda lame :P At least the pictures I used are 100% Paint.NET :mrgreen:

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Hi there, I just downloaded the program today and I have never used it before (or one like it). This is something I made while messing about. From this:

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...to this:

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Could someone help me? I did this a long time ago and I don't remember how I did this! Here's the image:

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One thing I'm sure is that I followed the "Waves" tutorial, with some modified parameters, and then did some crazy stuff with the curves and blending modes. I tryed replicating it, but I had no luck. Could you help me, please?

EDIT: oops, I just realized that this is not the best place to put this... Yeah, that's also my avatar. I'll wait if someone helps, if not I'll just do a new thread for it.

That looks more like the 'How to make a rose' tutorial to me.

pyjo your flower is cool

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wowhoo... im getting skittles 8)

th_3dmoon.png

hows my 3d crescent (1oo% PdN)

Even when we see only a part of the moon, it's still a sphere(circle), the part we can't see is black...So we can't see the stars through the moon including the black part!

eh thanks for the update :D

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This nonexistent flower in the morning sunshine is for you all. 100% PdN, of course.

Flower.jpg

I think that the mountains are a bit overly blurred. The thing with atmospheric perspective is that it creates a ... duller colored object [i'm blanking on a more appropriate adjective], but the edges of the objects are still defined, to an extent. Granted, they are somewhat unclear, but there is still a clear edge.

>.> I don't know if you get what I'm trying to say, but I hope it helps?

And I love the flower. =D

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Pyjo, that flower is fantastic. It's so real looking. I bow to your talent. :)

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Here's my latest experiment with Terragen and Paint.NET.

Ancient_Moon_by_Eulogy_Dignity.jpg

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This nonexistent flower in the morning sunshine is for you all. 100% PdN, of course.

Flower.jpg

In this full-size detail it is easier to find defects:

Flower-Detail.jpg

Is there anyone who knows how to add smell in PdN? I cannot find the way. Please post a tutorial with detailed steps (and the plugin if required). Thanks.

Pyjo.

Amazing and thank you.

It is a while now that I have been trying to make flowers and not able to settle with the centers I' ve made. I think your creation will help me try some more.

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still practicing...

Logmeister- thanks for the tip and the encouragement, but i tried the png plugin and i still can't get a full sized image in. i scaled this one down. i'll keep looking, but there is sooo much to learn with this program all at once. i must have 40 hours lurking in the forums, reading tuts, and researching this program in the last week. its overwhelming, and i never liked being a noob :(

ok- back to the drawing board (thats clever).

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and btw... that flower above this post is seriously amazing. nice job.

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Spent the last 2 days avoiding English homework and making this.

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This was my first attempt at recreation.

Advice/criticism is willingly excepted.

You can use shape3d for the buttons so it has more of a "dome" look for the buttons and not flat.

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Barkbark, I see your PSP and raise you an old PS2 controller. :wink:

Playstation_2_Controller_by_Eulogy_Dignity.jpg

(I'm positively ecstatic at my Beginner's Guide being sticky'd. :D :D :D :D Oh! Joy and happy day! :))

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I noticed something, pictures seem very sharpen but the one ı posted isn't so Why? Second question, How can I make my picture seen as a part of the post instead of being in an other window (Ex; above)

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Welcome to the forums, carpoxx.

Here you can read more about adding pictures in your post:

http://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=6270

This will probably also solve the blurry problem, since you have to compress the picture a lot if you want to add it using the built-in attachment function of the forum.

Anyway, I like it. It's... original.

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I think that the mountains are a bit overly blurred. The thing with atmospheric perspective is that it creates a ... duller colored object [i'm blanking on a more appropriate adjective], but the edges of the objects are still defined, to an extent. Granted, they are somewhat unclear, but there is still a clear edge.

>.> I don't know if you get what I'm trying to say, but I hope it helps?

And I love the flower. =D

Maybe I didn't understand well your comments... thank you anyway.

I tryed to achieve some atmospheric perspective by inserting a transparent light yellow layer (the morning sunshine) between the grass and the mountains. The blur is not intended to achieve atmospheric perspective, but to create a photographic "depht of field" effect similar to this (from Wikipedia):

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I used it because I wanted to emphasize the flower... and also not to spend too much time working on the background details.

Note that in my picture there are many levels of grass with different blur amount, and also the upper petals of the flower are a bit blurred at the edge, because they are out from the in-focus range.

Bye

Pyjo.

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