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Paint.NET Reflection Tutorial

This is a simple reflection tutorial in Paint.NET.

It works fine with flat objects, with 3D objects the perspective is wrong.
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VirtualDesignerVixen's avatar
This is very helpful! Thank you so much for making this :D.
MumblesThePyro's avatar
wow, thats awesome
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TrainEngie's avatar
That is not art. That is a shock site.
Kayerhon's avatar
This is indeed a must read topic. This is eventually helpful for users of - James Stuckey
natro267's avatar
Thanks this works perfectly :D
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WiseWoodrow's avatar
Holy wow, tat be a epic tutorial.

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roseliathekittie's avatar
:D Worked well for my 2d Avatar
FancyFest's avatar
Wow, it's so much easier than I thought!
Thanks alot!
chrfb's avatar
You're welcome.
LighttheCheetah333's avatar
this will probably make my shadows and other stuff much easier ^^ thanks and great job
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You're welcome! 8)
TDATDI2714's avatar
Thanks! It works really great!
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Glat to hear that. Thanks for the comment!
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You're welcome!
Awesome tutorial, thanks! Worked like a charm.
linearradiation's avatar
ok, well it does'nt matter now does it :) I like your Capital A ttorial better than your 3d cube
chrfb's avatar
You're both right but the correct perspective was not my intention. :D
It's just the procedure I used for my icon pack, which is not 3D. :)
For the right perspective there's a plugin available I think. (At least it was it for a earlier version of the programm.)
linearradiation's avatar
I kind of agree, the 3d perspective gets screwed up by flipping it
chrfb's avatar
Yep, good point.
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