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i draw this wallpaper

[Floral wallpaper]

You made it in Ps ...

Can you not underestimate the power of Paint.NET, Bugster, please.

As I said before, that's a great wallpaper, and an equally good likeness to the example you showed us. Keep it up, I'd love to see more from you in the near future.

Yes i know that but its an very very very very good wallpaper but why posting it here??

its for creations you maked in paint.net i guess...

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Quickie made without Shape 3D. 100% PdN

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Sorry so small.

Looking good.

Would be even better if you add some icons on the screen, and PDN icon would be cool :) (we can dream, can't we) :D

Requesting tutorial !

@OMA could you please stop making that desings?

im almost hurt , im always falling of my chair because ts so good!

:]Kidding!

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Very very nice!

9.5/10!

how did you make the flower style wallpaper?

and all the little dots in the paper :)

sorry but im so impressed!

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Seeing a lot of people converting PS tuts, I went looking for an interesting tut. Found this and kinda liked the effect: http://9tutorials.com/2007/12/02/feather-under-the-water-a-beautiful-effect.html

Here's my paint.net remake:

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Didn't really follow the text-steps, but was rather looking at the pics showing what was done

and some more polar playing :roll: :

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In the tutorial section of the forum, there is a really old tut on how to make images look vectorised without using a vector graphics application such as Inkscape.

I decided to so it with a picture of Gordon Brown (UK's Prime minister as of now)

Original:

gordonbrown.jpg

Vectorising tutorial:

9953_fe10891079e755b0f4f9498da60f6f82

(By the way, if you want the tut, look near the end of the tut section eg. pages 14, 15, 16, 17)

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EDIT: Here's the link if you're interested: viewtopic.php?f=15&t=3192

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@Jerkfight--cool. Looks like it was handpainted :P

New sig and avatar, based on ABC World News Tonight (also the inspiration of my nickname) graphics during 2004-2005 during the final Peter Jennings (R.I.P) era (probably more familiar to Americans). Everything 100% PdN. Except for the little TARDIS :P

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In the tutorial section of the forum, there is a really old tut on how to make images look vectorised without using a vector graphics application such as Inkscape.

I decided to so it with a picture of Gordon Brown (UK's Prime minister as of now)

Original:

gordonbrown.jpg

Vectorising tutorial:

[attachment=0]Gordon Brown Vectorised.png[/attachment]

(By the way, if you want the tut, look near the end of the tut section eg. pages 14, 15, 16, 17)

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EDIT: Here's the link if you're interested: viewtopic.php?f=15&t=3192

very nice Vista now would be the time I think I add up some screen shots on how I get the fellow 3d from there.

I didn't even see this tut, but its very similar to the first steps on how I draw my people.... I draw from scratch and don't trace but guess this is a good place for people to start.

so here is my hints on faces now in the tut section viewtopic.php?f=15&t=21909

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Here is my picto...well its me of course...i just decided to make it look cartoony and with bright colors...and splatters and stuff..it came out really cool...love ya PDN 4 Ever <3

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...::Only one word can express how you really feel::...

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Seeing a lot of people converting PS tuts, I went looking for an interesting tut. Found this and kinda liked the effect: http://9tutorials.com/2007/12/02/feather-under-the-water-a-beautiful-effect.html

Here's my paint.net remake:

undervannsbilde.png

Didn't really follow the text-steps, but was rather looking at the pics showing what was done

hmm for the "Plastic wrap" effect i think dents could be used... :?

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Something I've been working on lately. (People on PDN Fan Forums might have already seen this)

I call it, Duality: Life and Death.

Okay, so its only the life half, I just started yesterday :lol:

So without further ado...

Tadaa!

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100% PDN, of course. :wink:

Call me expired. Please.

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Don't go counting your chickens before the pack of rabid ravaging foxes attacks. -Sozo
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@TheVoid - Those are not fonts, but I hand made those using bezier line/curves and ellipse's. I assure you they are 100% PDN.

EDIT: Oh, besides the silhouettes. Those are stock images adjusted to my needs.

@pantera - thanks :D

Now... I need more ideas on what to put. The top part looks kind of ... empty.

Any suggestions?

Okay ... a few updates. Just some rearranging and color changing.

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Don't go counting your chickens before the pack of rabid ravaging foxes attacks. -Sozo
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My go at Gordon Brown:

GordonBrown.gif

The only thing I used was Paint.NET's line tool.

(OK, I did use the circle tool to draw the eyes.)

Man, that is good! But now BoltBait, I WANT you to colour it. Remember, gradients are the best option in replicating vector images so good luck!

I tried adding a few wrinkles but they looked weird and made the entire image look bad so I removed them!

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