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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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mein neues blog » Blog Archiv » GIMP Plug-In „Moderated Blur“ for Tilt Shift or Depth-Of-Field Effects GIMP Plug-In „Moderated Blur“ for Tilt Shift or Depth-Of-Field Effects I often needed this kind of plugin to add some depth to images and always used creepy workarounds to get my results. Yesterday I started thinking about the problem of dynamic blur radiants and now „Moderated Blur“ is available as a Python-Fu plug-in for GIMP. This plugin enables dynamic transitions between blur radiants and can be used for a lot of camera- and optical effects (example). It uses a grayscale map to determine the blur radiant and can be configured with some options:

25 Awesome GIMP Brush Sets (Download 1000+ FREE Brushes) On my sort of GIMP vs. Photoshop post, a lot of people through comments have expressed that GIMP photo editor is highly capable graphics design or digital photo editing software that can be used professionally. You just have to learn how to use it to harness its true potential. To help you further enhance the functionality of GIMP photo editor, I have here a huge collection of awesome, high-quality brushes that can be utilized for whatever projects you may have. Gimp tutorials - Amazing GIMP Tutorial inspired by the Mario Gala AddThis Sharing FacebookTwitterEmailPrintMore Hide Show AddThisPrivacy Recommended for you 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.

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. 127 Useful Gimp Scripts and Plugins While I do record Photoshop and After Effects tutorials from time to time, lately my focus has been on my Gimp works. Therefore I have rounded up the best Gimp scripts and plugins available on the net, including scripts I personally use. Enjoy, and I hope you find these scripts and plugins useful.FX Foundry FX Foundry is without a doubt the best Gimp scripts collection around. The Foundry team has 117 gimp scripts, but the best part of the collection, the Layer Effects scripts. We all know Photoshop has layer styles, and are one of the big drawbacks due to Gimp's lack thereof, however The Foundry has written scripts to match (as closely as possible) the layer styles in Photoshop, I use these quite regularly.

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 MCP Photoshop Actions and Tutorials Blog for Photographers You are here: Blog Home » Guest Bloggers » The 4 Best Types of Natural Light for Your Photography The 4 Best Types of Natural Light for Your Photography I’m very particular about light.

50 Design Tutorials for Mastering Gimp The ultimate compilation of gimp design tutorials to take a novice and turn them into an expert, the perfect guide for anyone looking to learn or even master the ins and outs of Gimp. Some Designers may see the title of the post and may be curious to learn more about what exactly Gimp, it’s simple a free alternative to Photoshop which has similar features and functions to photoshop. I’ve always said i wanted to learn gimp but for one reason or another i just have never had the time, patients and been committed to learning it. One day i decide to download a copy of gimp and was pleasantly surprised that it was free and thought it would be useful within the future when designing but with access to photoshop. Mighty Collection of GIMP Brushes We recently published a list of the best Freeware Photoshop Alternatives. GIMP was the winner of that list and it is the second most used photo editing program after Adobe Photoshop. Today I’m sharing a huge collection of GIMP Brushes.

MCP Photoshop Actions and Tutorials Blog for Photographers September 01, 2009 | 6 Comments |Add a comment As photographers there are times where we want blurred background and beautiful background separation. But other times stopping speed is our primary concern.

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