Deviation Actions

Daily Deviation
Daily Deviation
May 3, 2011
Suggester's words: Clearly a lot of work was put into Paint.NET: Interactive Guide by ~Eulogy-Dignity considering it let's you look at almost every aspect of the program. It really brings you into the program and I'd have to say it's pretty helpful for someone who's new to Paint.Net is such a popular program; it would be best for all of dA to know about this virtual tutorial!
Featured by FantasyStock
Suggested by ArtGod77
Eulogy-Dignity's avatar

Paint.NET: Interactive Guide



Want to download this guide for offline use? Get it here! [link]

Update 1/17/2008
I wasn't entirely happy with the first version and have since totally redone the tutorial.
More screenshots (about 160, I believe) and more descriptions all around.
It's much, much more complete than the original!

New to this version
"Random" button - Pressing the top corner (where the 'close program X' is.) will take you to a random frame.
Layer Blend Modes - I went over it in depth this time around.
More descriptions - Check around, lots of stuff has been revamped.

Update: Jan. 18, 2008
I finally managed to isolate the bug in my random script and have fixed the problem. I also fixed one or two minor grammatical errors that I noticed.

Update: Jan. 20, 2008
I just clicked the Download button for reasons even I don't fully understand only to realize that it doesn't actually allow you to download this tutorial... Armed with such knowledge, I've now made it possible to, what else, but download this tutorial! You can get it for offline use (or whatever else really) here! [link]

Jan. 22, 2008
This update features some incredibly minor aesthetic issues. The preloader is more "professional" now and all the text links are more noticeable. Also, I cleaned up the grammar in the "Help menu" section.


Anyone who preferred the first version can find it in my Scraps here. [link]
Image details
Image size
814x744px 14.28 MB
Join the community to add your comment. Already a deviant? Log In
Ringcaat's avatar
I wasn't able to see the interactive portions when I tried this a year or two ago, but now I can.  Not sure what's changed!  Thanks for the work--it was helpful.