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    MS paint expert

    I am in desperate need of an expert in this field.

    If you fit the bill and willing, feel free to respond if you are interested in helping a noob, a little reward can be included in the deal,

    cheers
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    Re: MS paint expert

    I'm not an expert hon, but I can certainly can help. Let me know what your having troubles with and I'll see what i can do for ya.

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    Re: MS paint expert

    Cool, thanks Lucky
    I think I have it solved but if I still need a hand, then I will call on you for help.

    Thanks again for responding
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    Re: MS paint expert

    I am pretty handy with MSPaint...let me know if you run into any more problems.

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    Re: MS paint expert

    need a hand? im kinda good at MS paint...

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    Re: MS paint expert

    you can use photoshop and export to bitmap
    am sure you already knew that

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    Re: MS paint expert

    Thank you for the help guys..


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    Re: MS paint expert

    How about looking for a tutorial on Google? lol.

    Or a video tutorial on YouTube.. Just type MS Paint tutorial or try some variations.. :D

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    Re: MS paint expert

    I only use photoshop, Im not that good at ms paint but if you need help. Count me in..

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    Re: MS paint expert

    Quote Originally Posted by gplayer View Post
    you can use photoshop and export to bitmap
    am sure you already knew that
    Agree with you buddy. Besides there are few editing tools available on paint. I don't think its good to edit images on it. If you want to have the images as good as the real one, you can have it done pretty good using photoshop.

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    Re: MS paint expert

    I remember drawing an airplane during my college days using MS paint. Guess that proves that I can help people in this thread especially the OP.

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    Re: MS paint expert

    Tip #1 - Increase or Decrease brush size

    These are universal shortcuts: CTRL + NumPad (+) increases the size of tip while CTRL + NumPad (-) decreases the size. This shortcut works for the pencil, brush, airbrush and the line drawing tool.



    Tip #2 - Changing the Image Size

    The above shortcuts (CTRL + & CTRL -) can also be used to resize image selections in Paint without having to drag the selection. Simply use the Select tool in Paint to select an area of the image and then use the CTRL shortcuts to change the size of the selection.



    Tip #3 - Use the Eraser as a Color Replacement Tool

    Say you have an uneven patch of yellow color on an image that you now want to replace with blue. You could use the Fill bucket command to fill that patch with Blue but since the shape is not uniform, lets use the Eraser tool to only replace the color that we want.



    First use the colour picker tool to pick the (foreground) colour that you want to replace (in this case, left-click anywhere that has yellow). Now choose the replacement (background) colour by right-clicking in the color palette. Next, select the eraser tool and wave it across the image while you hold the right-click button.

    Tip # 4 - Undo the Last Operation with your Mouse

    MS Paint supports 3-level of undos meaning that you can only undo the last 3 changes made to a drawing. You can however undo (or rather cancel) the last operation using the right button of your button.

    For instance, if you have selected the freehand tool to draw a line but if the line doesn't meet your expectation, don't let go the left button and click the right-button to cancel the last operation. This will save you from using the keystroke CTRL+Z to undo your last stroke and won't add anything to your undo stack.



    Tip #5 - Use the colour palette to store 3 shades

    If you left click on a colour shade, it becomes the primary colour while right-clicking on another colour will make that a secondary colour. There's however an option to store a third colour in the palette as well.

    Just select the "Pick Color" tool and CTRL+ left-click on any one of the shades in the Palette or the canvas window and then CTRL+ left-click to use this new 3rd shade without losing the 2 earlier shades. You can then access this color by holding the Ctrl key while drawing.

    And finally, for those still unimpressed by what can be accomplished by MS Paint in the hands of a skilled artist, take a look at this image of Mona Lisa produced entirely within MS Paint.

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    Re: MS paint expert

    You can use Lightshot tool for windows instead of MS Paint to capture a SCREEN SHOT!

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    Re: MS paint expert

    ok

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    Re: MS paint expert

    ok.

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    Re: MS paint expert

    Quote Originally Posted by gussww View Post
    ok.
    OK what?? I have a feeling you will be banned soon. Enjoy while you can!!

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    Re: MS paint expert

    Guess they gave up

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    Re: MS paint expert

    Quote Originally Posted by vixen777 View Post
    Guess they gave up

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    Re: MS paint expert

    cheers!

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    Re: MS paint expert

    Better late then never

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