Paint.NET Tutorial (Basic)

Paint.NET Tutorial (Basic)

Postby She_Gunner_Wales » Sun Mar 28, 2010 11:23 pm

As Requested by Massa:

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Texture 1:
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Texture 2:
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Texture 3:
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Please post your outcomes!
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Re: Paint.NET Tutorial (Basic)

Postby Massa » Mon Mar 29, 2010 3:39 pm

Thanks a bunch for this SGW, I learnt too much:

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Re: Paint.NET Tutorial (Basic)

Postby mg86 » Mon Mar 29, 2010 4:36 pm

Quality instruction, good post!

Also,
I am in no way, jealous of that Eboue sig :sneaky:
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Re: Paint.NET Tutorial (Basic)

Postby She_Gunner_Wales » Mon Mar 29, 2010 4:47 pm

Your welcome hun, Thats a nice outcome you have there, well done. :clap:

We all got to start somewhere, and if you look at some of my early stuff...well i cringe! :hiding:
Now you have learnt the tricks of using textures, the worlds your oyster, try that same technique using the flowery image on your huddle sig. ;)
I tested it last night & it works, providing you place it as one of the last layers!
I used the same effect (setting the layer to overlay) to get the effect of the clouds & flames on my currrent Eboue sig below, then erasing the bits i didnt like with a soft brush. ;)
The only bug-bare with paint.net is it no longer supporting soft brushes, in the earlier versions they had them, cant understand why they didnt add them in later versions, meaning sometimes it can be a bit tricky erasing & blending in areas.


You should have a look on Dafonts.com too there are some fabulous fonts there.
Ive just noticed an error though on my tutorial, to get the vibrant text like that of fabregas on my outcome you need to type the text in WHITE. Sorry, it was late by the time i finished & i overlooked it. :redface:
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