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Post by Violins4eva on Wed Jul 08, 2009 3:07 am

I downloaded paint.net and I don't even know how to use it. Could some one give me some pointers. Please and Thank you.

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Re: Paint.net

Post by ashleyzerobear44 on Wed Jul 08, 2009 3:08 am

I don't know how to use it either. Sorry.

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Re: Paint.net

Post by Violins4eva on Wed Jul 08, 2009 3:12 am

ashleyzerobear44 wrote:I don't know how to use it either. Sorry.

Oh ok. pale

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Re: Paint.net

Post by gabigoo5 on Wed Jul 08, 2009 3:14 am

What specifically do you need help with there are lots you can do

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Re: Paint.net

Post by Cute34 on Wed Jul 08, 2009 3:17 am

I'm sorry i dont know how:/
i hope you can get some help
is paint.net a program you
can keep or is it a specific day trial?

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Re: Paint.net

Post by Violins4eva on Wed Jul 08, 2009 3:18 am

gabigoo5 wrote:What specifically do you need help with there are lots you can do

Well I can't do transparenting, I can't figure out anything. It is nothing specific just the whole thing. Also can you add backgrounds on it?

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Re: Paint.net

Post by gabigoo5 on Wed Jul 08, 2009 3:22 am

Violins4eva wrote:
gabigoo5 wrote:What specifically do you need help with there are lots you can do

Well I can't do transparenting, I can't figure out anything. It is nothing specific just the whole thing. Also can you add backgrounds on it?


Yes transparent is very easy you can always do it the easy way with the magic wand or you can just erase the backround with the eraser


Im having trouble doing thbackrounds my self but it is possible to do there are alot of touritols on google and youtube

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Re: Paint.net

Post by Test on Wed Jul 08, 2009 3:25 am

You can also make backgrounds transparent on Lunapic :]

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Re: Paint.net

Post by Violins4eva on Wed Jul 08, 2009 3:27 am

gabigoo5 wrote:
Violins4eva wrote:
gabigoo5 wrote:What specifically do you need help with there are lots you can do

Well I can't do transparenting, I can't figure out anything. It is nothing specific just the whole thing. Also can you add backgrounds on it?


Yes transparent is very easy you can always do it the easy way with the magic wand or you can just erase the backround with the eraser


Im having trouble doing thbackrounds my self but it is possible to do there are alot of touritols on google and youtube

Yes, thank you. I will try to do those. I will check out the tutourials.

*Test* wrote:You can also make backgrounds transparent on Lunapic :]

I know but everytime I try it gets messed up.

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Re: Paint.net

Post by MeLlichenx3 on Wed Jul 08, 2009 4:29 am

To put a background:

1. Open the image you want (not the background one)
2. Make everything transparent you don't want with the magic wand or with the ereaser
3. open a new layer
4. paste in you background
5. put both layers together and save the pic

Hope it helped

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Re: Paint.net

Post by Test on Wed Jul 08, 2009 4:36 am

Violins4eva wrote:
gabigoo5 wrote:
Violins4eva wrote:
gabigoo5 wrote:What specifically do you need help with there are lots you can do

Well I can't do transparenting, I can't figure out anything. It is nothing specific just the whole thing. Also can you add backgrounds on it?


Yes transparent is very easy you can always do it the easy way with the magic wand or you can just erase the backround with the eraser


Im having trouble doing thbackrounds my self but it is possible to do there are alot of touritols on google and youtube

Yes, thank you. I will try to do those. I will check out the tutourials.

*Test* wrote:You can also make backgrounds transparent on Lunapic :]

I know but everytime I try it gets messed up.

Oh yeah, that does happen. Sorries.

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Re: Paint.net

Post by Violins4eva on Wed Jul 08, 2009 4:49 am

MeLlichenx3 wrote:To put a background:

1. Open the image you want (not the background one)
2. Make everything transparent you don't want with the magic wand or with the ereaser
3. open a new layer
4. paste in you background
5. put both layers together and save the pic

Hope it helped

I will try that Thanks!

*Test* wrote:
Violins4eva wrote:
gabigoo5 wrote:
Violins4eva wrote:
gabigoo5 wrote:What specifically do you need help with there are lots you can do

Well I can't do transparenting, I can't figure out anything. It is nothing specific just the whole thing. Also can you add backgrounds on it?




Yes transparent is very easy you can always do it the easy way with the magic wand or you can just erase the backround with the eraser


Im having trouble doing thbackrounds my self but it is possible to do there are alot of touritols on google and youtube

Yes, thank you. I will try to do those. I will check out the tutourials.

*Test* wrote:You can also make backgrounds transparent on Lunapic :]

I know but everytime I try it gets messed up.

Oh yeah, that does happen. Sorries.

It's ok :bball:

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