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70 creative Gimp tutorials

70 creative Gimp tutorials
Gimp Tutorials in this review include a handpicked selection of creative Gimp tutorials for intermediate and advanced users. Gimp is a free multiplatform image editing tool, using Gimp you can achieve pretty much everything what can be done in pricey Photoshop. These Gimp tutorials will help you to learn text, Gimp photo editing, advanced photo manipulations such as changing colors, background, remove objects, proper black and white conversion in Gimp. You’ll also learn by following these Gimp tutorials how to design poster, website, wallpaper, logo and icons with Gimp. Gold Plated Effect Gimp One of the best Gimp tutorials explains how to convert image colors into golden sun color shades. Speed Effect with The GIMP Tutorial Turn a static car photo into a speeding car with this Gimp Tutorial. Vintage look in Gimp Create your own vintage image with one of the best gimp tutorials. Text filled with image Gimp tutorial How to fill in text with image in Gimp you’ll learn using this tutorial.

60+ Best GIMP Tutorials of 2010 The Gimp is a fantastic and free piece of software that can run on all major operating systems and can do nearly any graphic related task! I have been using GIMP for over two years now and really appreciated the many tutorials I had at hand for when I was starting out. Since the early days I have produced my own tutorials in an effort to give back to the open source community and so the purpose of this post is to share and acknowledge the hard work that people have put in into making these great tutorials of 2010! Best GIMP Tutorials of 2010 Photo Manipulations

Reader Tutorial: Easy Digital Painting in Photoshop This tutorial will walk you through the simple steps used to turn a regular photograph into an interesting digital painting illustration, using Photoshop's Filter Gallery and the Smudge Tool. Depending on the photograph you choose, it shouldn't take you more than a couple of hours to complete. Before I begin, I must give a huge thanks to @kidhelios / George Auckland (my old boss from the BBC) as the source for this illustration. Preview The first thing to do is to resize the photo to your desired output size. This is important as the Filter Gallery effects are heavily pixel based and if you resize after you've finished your work, it can blend them all back together and lessen the overall effect.

Masking hair with fine strands 1 This masking technique is good for strands of hair or to replace the sky.On the image, you can see the fine hair strands and the mat gray background. 2 Now we want to create a detailled layer mask that contains all fine details of the hair.To do so, we have to create a copy of the background layer first:Click on the “Duplicate layer” button in the layer dialog or press Ctrl+Shift+D. 3 The next step is important: We reduce the layer’s color by disaturation. The best way to do so is using the channel mixer:- Colors / Components / Channel Mixer 4 Now click on “Monochrome” so the image will become grayscaled. 5 You can see in the preview that the image doesn’t have colors anymore.Now it is important that we achieve a good contrast between the background and Jessica’s hair.For this you have to find out the individual settings for each image. There are no working generic settings. Pay special attention on the fine hair parts.

Peeling skin tutorials : Photoshop Tutorials Free Also Submit Photoshop Tutorials On this tutorial we will learn how to create a peeling skin, for this we need a image and a texture image. Save the girl image and the texture at your PC hard-disk, the image and the texture are collected from internet, this website does not own this image and texture, they are copyright by the respective owner. There may be a different ways of doing this kind of stuff, but on this tutorial I will show the technique I have use just in few easy step. Open the girl image, duplicate this layer. Now open the texture, copy and paste it on the girl layer, make sure the texture layer is on the top. Resize the the texture image to fit on the girl face

Jump Out in GIMP This is an easy and nice GIMP trick, so easy that anyone can follow it just with a bit of patience, and I try to present it in to the very detail for beginners. Basically we will do this: [click to enlarge] Follow those steps:Add a transparent layer on top of your image and if you want a background another layer at the bottom: [click to enlarge]Make a rectangular selection on the transparent layer about the size of the desired frame and fill it with white: [click to enlarge]Shrink the selection (Select - Shrink, I used 15 pixels): [click to enlarge]And clear the content (Edit - Cut): [click to enlarge]Make a rectangular selection around the frame and use the perspective tool (Shift+P). Deform it as you like: [click to enlarge]Delete the parts of the frame which cover your subject, the result should be like this: [click to enlarge]Erase the background of the photo (use what you like: mask, eraser, lasso, magic wand, just make sure the photo layer has an alpha channel): That was all!

Free Gimp tutorial PDFs Issue 128 of Linux Format magazine carries the last instalment of our Gimp tutorial series. It's been going on-and-off for years now, with the latest batch running from June 2008 until now. Although we're sad to see the Gimp tutorial go away for the time being, we'd like to thank its author - the incredibly prolific Michael J. Hammel - for all the awesome work he's done over the years, and we're happy to announce that we're releasing high-res PDFs of Michael's 18 most recent GIMP tutorials for everyone to enjoy. LXF readers have, we hope, learned a lot following in Michael's footsteps over the years, and it's great to be able to share these tutorials with an even wider audience. In these tutorials, you'll learn how to create all sorts of fun, weird and wonderful effects with Gimp, and the step-by-step guide should make it easy for users of all levels to follow.

Separating Complex Objects from Background Welcome to! If you find this site useful, you might want to subscribe to our free newsletter for updates on our new Photoshop Tutorials and Articles. You can find a lot of tutorials how to separate complex objects from the background. But I would like to invite your attention to another one unique simple tutorial how to achieve the desired effect in just a few steps. I got this method by experimenting. In the beginning you should find some appropriate picture to work with. Make a Userbar in The GIMP Hi there guys. Today, I am going to try and teach you how to make a userbar. Its rather simple, but this tutorial shows you some things you can add to make it look better. This is what the end result will look like. If you get a little stuck on this tutorial, you can always download the .XCF file to help you. OK, to start, open up a new project with the dimensions 350 wide x 19 high pixels.

Water effect photo montage First of all you need your image. I found my image on There a ton of free images there so keep on searching. Here are a few: and I also bought this one from istock:

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