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1000+ FREE High Resolution GIMP Brushes

1000+ FREE High Resolution GIMP Brushes
Last week we published our first GIMP post “30+ Exceptional GIMP Tutorials and Resources” and saw a great appreciation from our readers. So this week, i would like to share with you 1000+ high-Resolution GIMP brushes that will be perfect for any project you may happen to be working on. Also you will find some useful tutorial to teach you how to create your first GIMP brush-set and how to convert Photoshop brushes into GIMP brushes and more. Please note that Photoshop Brushes are now Fully Compatible with Gimp 2.4 and up. So you can now use any PS brush in your GIMP software. For another huge collection of Photoshop brushes, you might find some really stunning brushes over here. Important: Licenses of every brush set varies, so be sure to check that information before using them. 1. 1.1 GIMP Grunge Brush Pack 2 10 grunge GIMP brushes. 1.2 GIMP Scratchies Containing all six brushes in this set for the GIMP 1.3 Grunge brush set 3 Includes an imagepack and brushes for Gimp. 1.4 More grunge brushes

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Awesome GIMP tutorial websites you shouldn’t miss GIMP is a free and open-source image editing tool. With a large community of open-source admirers, it is no secret that GIMP is growing in popularity at an astonishing rate. GIMP is bundled by default on many Linux distros. With sufficient plugins, brushes and scripts, GIMP can become very powerful. Of course, you need to know how to use GIMP well. The power of GIMP leads to an unfortunate effect of being too complex for a complete beginner to understand. 2000+ Free GIMP Brushes For Designers GIMP (short for the GNU Image Manipulation Program) is a free software raster graphics editor. It is primarily employed as an image retouching and editing tool and is freely available in versions tailored for most popular operating systems, including but not limited to Microsoft’s Windows, Apple’s Mac OS X, and GNU/Linux. In addition to detailed image retouching and free-form drawing, GIMP can accomplish essential image editing tasks such as resizing, editing, and cropping photos, photomontages combining multiple images, and converting between different image formats. GIMP can also be used to create basic animated images in the GIF format. GIMP’s product vision is that GIMP is or will become a free software high-end graphics application for the editing and creation of original images, icons, graphical elements of web pages and art for user interface elements.

Open .eps files on GIMP for Windows Posted by Alex Costa on September 18, 2009 As usual this post is a self help note, but as it’s public I hope it helps someone else. If you want to open .eps or .ps files with GIMP on Windows you will need to install Ghostscript (download it from After successful installation you will need to create an environment variable called GS_PROG on Windows. To do this just follow these steps: Right-click on the ‘My Computer‘ Icon and select propertiesClick on the advanced tabClick on Environment Variable buttonUnder either User variables or System variables click on “New” Set Variable name : GS_PROGSet Variable path: C:\Progam Files\gs\gs864w32\bin\gswin32.exe – this is where yous gswin32.exe resides, make sure you type the correct path. Click “OK” for everything and then open GIMP, you should now be able to open .eps and .ps files

Gallery - gps-gimp-paint-studio - Example artwork created with GIMP+GPS - Gimp + GPS (gimp paint studio) My favorites ▼ | Sign in Project Home Downloads Wiki Issues Source Comment by whelyton... Download free GIMP brushes GIMP is an open-source image editing program, one of the most popular image-editing programs. GIMP has a large library of free brushes that can be downloaded, to improve functionality of GIMP. Here is a large collection of GIMP brushes that you will find useful for various purposes. You may also be interested in related posts: Free GIMP brushes collection

All Things GIMP: GIMP Tutorial: Make Awesome Gold, Silver, Brass, or Copper Text Using GIMP 2.6.11. There is a similar tutorial, for creating gold objects, by Rob A, found here. This tutorial is the "Text" spin-off, from Rob's tutorial. Environment Image used: Step 1: Hangar tutorial Overview This tutorial guides you through the process of creating an X-Plane scenery object - the Virgin hangar at London Heathrow - using the Blender 3D object editor. No prior knowledge of X-Plane internals or Blender is assumed. This tutorial covers: How to set up the correct folder structures for X-Plane scenery. How to install and use the X-Plane Blender import/export scripts.

Gimp tutorials - Amazing GIMP Tutorial inspired by the Mario Gala AddThis Sharing FacebookTwitterEmailPrintMore Hide Show AddThisPrivacy Recommended for you Generating TSP art from a stippled image - Evil Mad Scientist Wiki <<< Producing a stippled image with Gimp || Generating TSP art from a stippled image || Advanced stippling >>> [edit] Preliminaries At this point, you should have a PBM file containing the stippling information for the image you are working with. Without this information, you cannot proceed. The article Installation - gps-gimp-paint-studio - Installation guide for GPS - Gimp + GPS (gimp paint studio) 1. Download GPS_Gimp_Paint_Studio_2_0 from downloads section; 2. Unzip folder and move it's contents to your .gimp-2.8 folder Typically it's located in: c:/users/your_username/documents/gimp-2.8