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    MS Paint Rendering Tutorial




    For those who cannot read the text:

    -First, put the image you want to be rendered in MS Paint and magnify it by x8.
    -Second, after you do that use a brush and make the color white.
    -Third, outline your stock like this:
    -Fourth, if you mess up just use the eyedropper and pencil, and fix it.
    -Fifth, after your done outlining the side, use the big eraser and clear it.
    -Sixth, after your done with that, do the other side (Repeat steps: 2,3,4, and 5)and then your done !



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    Good tut Close

    BTW do you only work with MS Paint to work with the renders?

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    I would not suggest supporting MS paint... as its the worst image edditing program ever made.

    For the best free one: GIMP http://www.gimp.org/
    The best all time one is : adobe photoshop. Paintshop pro isnt bad either. In photoshop i could do what you just did in under a minute with a perfect cut line.

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    I don't like using paint to render, I prefer using well anything but paint. You can't undo everything only your last two alterations and if you make a lot of mistakes (like me) its difficult to use. Good tutorial though , even thoguh its only for a simple thing.
    Last edited by deity_link; 05-06-2007 at 07:58 AM.

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    Good tut although I do agree with the others. But if your lazy and
    A.) Don't want to use anything but paint
    B.) Learn to use anything other than paint

    Then it works.

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    Paint is okay for comic renders such as the naruto example. Once you get into REAL photos, it's complicated. Simple masks/paths/eraser work much better in GIMP, PS, or even......PAINT.NET.

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    YAY for paint.net

    The one I tend to use


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