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Post by DestinyGirlsRock10 on Sat Mar 13, 2010 1:43 am

I know many paint.net users have asked how they can make beams using paint.net well I am here to show you!
1. Copy or save this beam on to your computer
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2. Next open up paint.net and go to the top left corner where you
see a little file click it and find the image you want(the beam)



3. go to the side tool panel and select the magic wand tool



4. make sure the tolerance is at 50% now click on the white background so it looks like this
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5. now press the delete button the background should become checkered
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6. now upload your picture and make that background transparent(be sure to add in a new layer)

7. push down the new layer by going to the layer window and pressing the lower down arrow


8. go to your beam layer and select the paint bucket tool




9. now select a color from the color window that is not on your babv character (I will be using Blue)


10. Now select the eraser tool
and erase the beam on your characters face when you finished that step it should look like this

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11. now save your picture and your good to go here is how mind turned out (I added in the background)
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Let me know if you have any questions
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