Paint Shop Pro Talk

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  1. Harnser

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    Re: Paint Shop Pro & PhotoFiltre Talk


    Unfortunately it didn't work but what the hell - the more I practise using super blade pro etc - the quicker I will get! It's good for me! Many thanks for your help and I love the photofiltre examples *puppy*
     
  2. Uguel707

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    Hey, you're welcome Harnser.:) this is a bit disapointing
    that the filter did not work after retrieving more dlls though....
    It might depends of many things...for instance, your OS and
    the graphic program you are currently using with...Sometimes
    just downloading a new update will solve it. I do have some filters
    here that work only with Photoshop and not with Paint Shop
    Pro. Maybe because each program also have their own dlls
    implimented in it too.

    Yes, Super Blade Pro is GREAT!
    I sometimes use it for letters and frame bevels.;)
     
  3. SonyaM32

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    Re: Paint Shop Pro & PhotoFiltre Talk

    Uguel, Do you have the link to the download page o_O I would like to download them :thumb: (I see we've got new smileys now. kewl :shifty: )
    Thanks :D
     
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    Hi Sonya,
    Go to PhotoFiltre and select Dowloads on your left.
    Scroll down and you'll find them. :cool:
     
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    Thanks Eldar :cool: :)
     
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    My pleasure Sonya. ;)
     
  7. Trackstar

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    dude photofiltre, the gimp, paint.net, artrage, dogwaffle, irfanview and xnview rockshttp://www.download.com/b.gif :)
     
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    yeah.. i might have forgot some.. ;) nice list. r those all free?
     
  10. Uguel707

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    There is no direct link to the download page
    unfortunately...but if you follow the steps I gave in
    poat # 2246, you wil be able to retrieve them all right.

    also what Eldar said is right too;)

    There are other things they give for free
    they produce interesting effects too.

    Right on!!!:D And what about this another freeware
    made by Right Hemisphere?

    http://www.righthemisphere.com/products/dp3d/Deep3D_UV/index.htm

    It works as a plugin or a stand alone application.;)
    You can use it with 3ds max, Maya, Softimage,
    Lightwave, Dream Suite, Photoshop....

    I haven't tried it yet but read positive comments about it.

    one thing though...the more filters you have
    installed the longer it will take for the program to
    start up.....:doubt:
     
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    ...A tutorial I did recently with Photofiltre. It consists of applying
    an ink effect to a picture to make it look like a cartoon......


    ...the original
     

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    with the ink effect applied in it.....
    If someone is interested on how to do it,
    just let me know and I will translate the tutorial.
     

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    Hello Everyone!

    I'm back, but just for a moment. I like that 3D stuff, I'll have to try that myself!

    Brad, That was a pretty good color adjustment on Elizebeth, but it didn't help me very much. If I can't get a good result quickly, I normally just don't use it since some pictures just don't lacquer very well. This is my best effort, but knowing me, I will probably try again later...BTW, those annoying white speckles (I find annoying) are from the slider marked "glitter". My preference is to keep it set at zero.
     

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    Yeah Mac thanks, I'm slowly getting the hang of it. The other one that annoys me is 'prism'..it leaves some specks too.
    I used 'lacquer' over here to try and make this leg look real after I painted it 'from scratch'....
     
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    Hi Brad-

    Sorry if I am telling you stuff you already know. I have to hear something 100 times before I remember it, so that is why. Glitter does have limited usefulness, though. Sometimes if the image is too dark it helps. Sometimes if the image is something that really is supposed to sparkle its good. Prism I use even less. There are rare instances where just a tiny amount increases the depth, but thats not often.

    Your leg-butt picture was ingenius. You may recall my reaction to animation, but I can appreciate the idea and the images were very good. send me your url were your picts are at so I can check them out.

    Oh as promised (or maybe threatened) here is the latest version of metal girl!


    -HandsOff
     

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    Nice one! I'm still hooked on it BTW......find myself using it more and more.

    URL to my stuff over at PSC. New pic comes out every day. Contest goes for 72 hrs. Their homepage. looky who gets a mention, bottom left :D
    Cheers.
     
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    A rising star. :D
    Congrats Brad, keep up the good work. ;)
     
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    Wow! some great stuff! The animation in peskyfish was good for animation. breakfast looked tasty. I will have to check them all out later!

    -HandsOff
     
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    Not to be immodest or anything by my picture in 2282 is starting to grow on me. I sure didn't think much of it at the time! Anyway, here is my conception of space flowers!


    - HandsOff
     

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    Hi everyone!

    Uguel, Have you tried my little trick yet? Here is a pretty elaborate one I did. I will post a 240x240 pix image, but it looks much better at its original size. In fact, I am trying to transition to bigger pictures.


    -HandsOff!


    Here is a link the the full sized version: http://www.flickr.com/photo_zoom.gne?id=91753470&size=o
     

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    Can any of you clever folk help me please. I have been trying to find out a way of "bending" an image in PSP. I have tried using mesh warp and although I can sort of achieve a poor lookeelikee it isn't as good as the one achieved in this photoshop tutorial: http://www.escrappers.com/distort1.html

    If anyone has any ideas or tips I would be very grateful.

    Cheers,

    Sally
     
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    Re: Paint Shop Pro & PhotoFiltre Talk

    Hi Sally,
    You can use several distortions inside PSP.
    Under Effects > Distortion Effects, you'll find a lot of effects, include the Warp efffect. :)
    Or you can use a plugin, like Almathera or some other freebees.

    Also under Effects you'll find the Geometric Effects. :cool:
    A bit of trial and error to translate that tutorial to PSP.

    Give it a try. ;)
     
  23. Harnser

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    That was quick!!! :) I'll give it a go and see if I can progress!

    Cheers
    muchly,

    Sally
     
  24. Marja

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    BUCK!!

    Finally got on a puter with dsl, so saw all your pics on the page below!

    Great stuff! Love the 'mousicle' :D

    Lots of good stuff, 'Smokin' is really .........er smokin'!!

    I agree you should get more votes for that pic idea!

    Good for you!

    Cheers!
    Marja:cool:




     
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    Like your 'Space Flowers', Hands!! :D


    Missin' all this!:(

    But - glad to see you are all doing so well!

    Marja:cool:
     
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