| 01-30-2010, 11:03 AM || #1 |
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Join Date: Jan 2010
| | make a user bar in paint.net
make a user bar in paint.net
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How to make a userbar on paint.net
first here is what you need
borders and shapes plugin-http://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=4828&hilit=Borders
object outine plugin-http://paintdotnet.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=5715
and you need this font -http://www.fontstock.net/5973/Visitor-TT1-BRK.html
you download plugins unzip move to effects folder
and you will have them
- open up paint.net
- got to file new 350x19
- click ok
- paste in you background for userbar or use gradientThis image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 548x384 and weights 98KB.
- resize the background to fit
- now we will add text or a picture if pic paste in to new layer if text same thing
- now resize it so part you wan't in it is showing
- merge that layer
- make a new layer call it text
- On this new layer, choose the font Visitor TT1 BRK – Colour White, Size 9-12 any inbeetween type you text
- now go to effects, object than outline object- set color to black and width to 1 your text is now outlinef
- Create a new layer. Call this layer Ellipse. Now we're going to be drawing a white ellipse that covers about a third of the image, like so ellispe and fill slid color it will be red and blue thing create a white elispe
- Now reduce the opacity of that layer to anywhere in between 30 and 70, depending on what looks better
- create a new layer
- Call this layer Lines
- Click on the Paint Bucket Tool
- Up the top there should be a drop-down list with the word Fill next to it.
- Choose Dark Upward Diagonal from that list.
- On the Colours Palette, click on 'More'.
- Make your Primary Colour Black and your Secondary Colour White – make sure the Transparency-Alpha for Black is set to 0.
- Fill in your image – you should have a whole set of white lines along your image.
- Set the opacity of the layer to around 20-40, depending on what looks better.
- Merge the Ellipse layer with your Background layer, and then merge your Lines layer with your Background layer.
- Now go to Effects > Render > Borders N' Shapes. Set the Shape to Rectangle, the Width to 1 and the Pattern to Solid. Your image should have a border around it.
- you made a user bar now save it
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